June 26, 2014
A great chart displaying the relationship between fictional and real technology. Source
March 29, 2013
Some of the most famous stories we know today have been passed down through many generations and over several countries. Along these incredible journeys through time and space, stories tend to change from one storyteller to another. Here is a look at four classic tales and their evolution throughout history.
July 14, 2012
Every year since 2005, the competitive exhibit Places and Spaces: Mapping Science has selected ten maps and data visualizations to add to its growing collection. The most eye-popping of this year’s crop of finalists is Ward Shelley’s twisty, tentacle-y “History of Science Fiction.” Now, at a single glance, you can finally see how the Enlightenment […]
June 2, 2012
Antipastoralism makes up a tiny school of literary theory. A genre, even, that is the flagship love of this journal. Rather than only encouraging our exploratory readers to discover its fundamentals through citation (though one should get a pretty good sense of it by reading Blood Meridian), we think this diagram (we’re calling it a […]