The gothic novel “Frankenstein” by Mary Shelley is 200 years old this year, and its core concern about the unintended consequences of science still apply.
“On Balance,” the new poetry collection by Sinead Morrissey, reminds us that technology brings both the good and the tradeoff.
Charity Singleton Craig has tips to help you conquer your smart phone habits to take care of your writing and your brain.
“The Robot Scientist’s Daughter” by Jeannine Hall Gailey is a story of point-counterpoint of nature and technology, and the bargain we make between them.
Kathryn Neel considers how to become a better writer and storyteller both now and in the future by browsing technology at Otronicon 2014.