Driving Blind: One Xbox to Rule Them All
Slim pickings today because I spent so much time research the new #XBone and snarking it up with everyone else on Twitter.
David Bezmozgis describes how he writes, including using Freedom to block the Internet and how “technology is moving inexorably in one direction.”
Alexander Nagel’s new book Medieval Modern examines the anachronistic intersection of two different artistic periods.
Zach Schonfeld takes us over the Reagan Rainbow and beyond Americana.
Congress considers the Unlocking Technology Act, a piece of legislation that would protect people’s rights to bypass “technological measures” (think unlocking an iPhone) on the products they buy.
Is the reason for increased poverty in the suburbs really only because there are more people in the suburbs?
Microsoft released details about its new video game console, including its name, Xbox One, and the bajillion transistors it houses.
Wired’s Peter Rubin goes in-depth about the new media box with an extended profile.