Eric Reynolds cruelly teases his readers with this tiny jpg of Daniel Clowes' dustjacket for Ivan Brunetti's Anthology of Graphic Fiction, Cartoons and True Stories by Yale Press, avaiable out Oct 13, 2008.
Matt Bor's latest comic for The Nib satirizes the nonsensical laws and regulations that dictate the fate of entire populations. READ THE REST
I recently finished listening to the Audible adaptation of Sandman, the acclaimed comic book series that put Neil Gaiman on the map (thanks in no small part to contributions from artists such as Sam Keith, Mike Dringenberg, and Dave McKean). This new full cast audiobook collected the first 20 issues of the 75-issue story (not… READ THE REST
Last night I tore thru Diego Piraro's Peyote Cowboy. A fantastic story about a cowboy who mistakenly eats some peyote while trying to save his son from starving, the art will blow your mind. READ THE REST
Have you ever considered getting a digital voice recorder? They can actually be a lot more helpful than you might realize. From constructing business letters or memos to medical or legal dictation to recording meetings, interviews or lectures, voice recorders are a compact, lightweight way to store hundreds of hours of digital audio you can… READ THE REST
It used to be that go bags were almost exclusively reserved for emergency responders, journalists, and those very select few who might have to drop everything and run somewhere at a moment's notice. Maybe it's a sign of our tumultuous times, but it feels like almost everyone now has their bag of emergency supplies and… READ THE REST
Don't look now, but that car next to you on the road may not have a driver. Thankfully, with the advent of the self-driving vehicle, that's not the panic-inducing moment it used to be. A self-driving shuttle has been ferrying customers in Las Vegas for three years. Tesla head Elon Musk says beta testing on… READ THE REST