Neal Stephenson will be at the Tattered Cover LoDo tonight to talk about video games, farming gold and his new book, Reamde. But first, he talked with Thorin Klosowski for an extensive Q&A, which prompted this response from Rick: I concur in re: Cheating... Oddly, I spent years only letting ... More >>
Ah yes, the fabled month-change weekend -- the most dreaded weekend of them all. You know that the bills are going to be due on Monday morning, the rent will need to be sent out early and you'll be left with no extra cash for the weekend. It's a good thing we've compiled this list of ten fabulous th ... More >>
Neal Stephenson will be at Tattered Cover LoDo tomorrow, and in advance of his appearance we talked with him about his new novel, Reamde, a thriller based on a virus that steals your information and requires payment via gold in a MMO game. Before you click through to the interview, where we discus ... More >>
Author Neal Stephenson will be at the Tattered Cover LoDo on Friday and in advance of that appearance, we'll have a Q&A with him tomorrow. In the meantime, we're giving you a chance to win a copy of the book right now, so you'll be able to have Stephenson sign it. All you need to do is tell us a lit ... More >>
It looks like DVD releases are taking the week off anything worthwhile, but thankfully everything else is picking up the slack as we start the long historical non-fiction countdown to Christmas. There' s a new book about the assassination of President Garfield, as well as one by science ficti ... More >>
Straight outta C Springs, YTCracker is among nerd core's finest YTCracker rolls with a crew and movement known as "nerdcore," the epicenter of all things sophisticated and geeky. The rapper -- aka Bryce Case, who pronounces his name as "whitey cracker" -- and his contemporaries, guys like MC ... More >>
I am a serious science fiction geek. And while, in the food world, I generally contain my geekery to zombie movie references, Starblazers jokes, Blade Runner allegories and a recent, minor obsession with the high-tone weirdness of molecular gastronomy, lately I've been thinking about some of the ot ... More >>
Neal Stephenson imagines a (slightly) more logical world.