Tag: magazines

I’m the new editor of Fine Lifestyles Regina

Right after yesterday’s morning writing session at Atlantis Coffee, I met with the publishers of Fine Lifestyles Regina, a thick, glossy, free-circulation, advertising-packed magazine that has now published two issues, each of which contained a story by me–the first about chef Rob Fuller, and the second about artist Victor Cicansky. They’ve had a different editor …

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Best of Popular Science’s “What’s New,” 1999

In 1899, Charles H. Duell, commissioner of the U.S. patent office, proclaimed, “Everything that can be invented has been invented.” He was wrong, as Popular Science‘s recent awards for “the best of what’s new” from 1999 reveals. These inventions and breakthroughs give us a glimpse of what’s in store for us in the 21st century, …

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Nature’s first issue

One hundred twenty-two years isn’t a very long time, really; certainly not on a geological scale (so, did dinosaurs live 150 million years ago, or 150,000,122 years ago?) and not even on the scale of human history, at least not for the most part. (Can you name the important advances made between 1100 and 1222?) …

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