Tag: technology

BlackBerry

BlackBerry

Screen Reviews

The race for the ultimate personal communication device does not go to the early contenders. Carl. F. Gauze reviews BlackBerry, presented at the 2023 Florida Film Festival.

A Field Guide to Roadside Technology

Print Reviews

A field guide to all the odd contraptions along the road answers the urban explorer’s curiosity. With that and his trusty collector’s net, Carl F Gauze chases after the minutia of public transport’s infrastructure.

Spam Kings

Print Reviews

If you’re anything like your average email recipient, you’re probably receiving at least as much spam in your inbox these days as legitimate email. Spam Kings is a look at the people who have devoted their lives to bringing you this important public service. Who are the most prolific spammers? Who are their friends? Who are their enemies? Can we hire professionals to take them out, or do we have to do it ourselves? Good questions all. Darius Gently probes for some answers.

Technical Help Wanted

Features

Out of a job since your dot.com, telecom, or optics company went bust? Anonymous Aerospace Corporation wants YOU! Chief Recruitment Officer Carl F. Gauze has the details.

Mick Jagger, Kiss My Ass

Features

The Rolling Stones are asking for $350 a seat for their upcoming world tour. Features Editor James Mann has a few high-tech requirements before he’ll shell out the dough.

I Believe in Progress

Features

Terry Eagan has some rather macabre ideas on how technology could break down the American facade.

Five Easy Pieces

Features

Carl F. Gauze spins his take on what five inventions would change our world.

Three For One

Features

Terry Eagan has in mind some rather interesting inventions…

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The Shootist

Screen Reviews

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HEALTH

HEALTH

Event Reviews

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