Reflections

Everybody may have vanished from the slumbering town of Yaughton, but not without a trace.by Andrew KuharAcross a blindingly bright English countryside, with radios left on, research abandoned, doors ajar and phone booths ringing, Everybody’s …
Everybody may have vanished from the slumbering town of Yaughton, but not without a trace.by Andrew KuharAcross a blindingly bright …
by Andrew Kuhar — filed to Reflections
I once wrote that warp speed would probably be the most amazing thing to experience and that it ranks pretty high on my bucket list. I honestly didn’t expect 2017 to be the year we …
I once wrote that warp speed would probably be the most amazing thing to experience and that it ranks pretty …
by Ray Cahill — filed to Zero-G · Reflections
They're more than windows into the soul – they're a portal into our possible future. Even a brief glimpse of Blade Runner 2049 takes you straight into Deckard’s world. Denis Villeneuve’s sequel to Ridley Scott’s …
They're more than windows into the soul – they're a portal into our possible future. Even a brief glimpse of …
by Kevin Hunt — filed to Reflections
I’ve been alive for 44 years, and I’ve been watching Star Trek for 44 years.I was a baby sitting on my father’s lap for re-runs of the original series. I watched Star Trek: The Motion …
I’ve been alive for 44 years, and I’ve been watching Star Trek for 44 years.I was a baby sitting on …
by Bryan Gaensler — filed to Reflections
Artist Antony Gibbon is definitely in our personal hall of fame of treehouses. Over the last couple of years, he literally infected many people with his passion for natural design that’s blending beautifully into nature. …
Artist Antony Gibbon is definitely in our personal hall of fame of treehouses. Over the last couple of years, he …
by Pionic Staff — filed to Reflections
Reminiscing with David Eick and Ronald D. Moore? Frak, yeah. The following interviews were conducted in conjunction with The Paley Center for Media’s TV Noir: Let There Be Dark screening series, which launches with screenings …
Reminiscing with David Eick and Ronald D. Moore? Frak, yeah. The following interviews were conducted in conjunction with The Paley …
by David Bushman — filed to Reflections
Quick, How Might the Alien Spacecraft Work?[This post is about the movie Arrival; there are no movie spoilers here.]⋅⋅⋅Connecting with Hollywood“It’s an interesting script,” said someone on our PR team. It’s pretty common for us …
Quick, How Might the Alien Spacecraft Work?[This post is about the movie Arrival; there are no movie spoilers here.]⋅⋅⋅Connecting with …
by Stephen Wolfram — filed to Zero-G · Reflections
What happens if you allow twelve architects to reinvent the secondary house? Using a vast estate in Matarraña, Spain, the expression of creativity became the major driver in reimagining our world in transformation. Architecture now …
What happens if you allow twelve architects to reinvent the secondary house? Using a vast estate in Matarraña, Spain, the …
by Pionic Staff — filed to Reflections
It’s a big year for world’s most famous hedgehog. Sonic Mania is a critical success and has taken the series back to its 16-bit roots with the help of fan-game developer turned professional, Christian Whitehead. …
It’s a big year for world’s most famous hedgehog. Sonic Mania is a critical success and has taken the series …
by Andrew Whitehead — filed to Reflections
Could I be more excited about a game than I am for Massive Galaxy?Not only am I deprived of pixel art games where the only point is not killing enemies, I could also use some …
Could I be more excited about a game than I am for Massive Galaxy?Not only am I deprived of pixel …
by Matej ‘Retro’ Jan — filed to Reflections
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