Can a theory cooked up by a Soviet labor camp survivor solve today’s thorniest engineering problems—and make the world a better place?
Why the High-Tech Industry Wants Dropouts
Mark Wallace describes the joys and miseries of joining the growing number of dispossessed professionals forced to live in friends’ property
Computing’s philosopher king argues for elegance in programming—and a Pulitzer Prize for the best written.
Financial Times, weekend section, September 4/5, 1999 The American teenager has long captured the imagination, not just in the US, but as an icon of…
From Wilhelm Reich to Julian Jaynes to H.W. Fowler, I sing of the brilliant, the ambitious and the just a bit mad.
Two biographies of the Marquis de Sade aim to set the record straight about the depraved nobleman
Review of Sonny Liston Was a Friend of Mine, by Thom Jones