Kay works with engineers, scientists, and programmers as a writer and editor, which she prefers over working with muggles. When sufficiently caffeinated, she geeks out over words, communication, biology, needlework, and recreational sports. Oh, and chocolate. Her children _may_ have been exposed to D&D at a too-young age, but they continue to play happily to this day.
The tiny Dash7 Bluetooth stereo soundbar from Soundmatters delivers big sound, with several drawbacks.
The August 4 Google Doodle observes John Venn's 180th birthday with creative an adorable interactive Venn diagram generator.
Bundles of mini-comic books for Halloween treats are available for pre-order from local comic book shops.
Lovers of Lovecraft and Cthulhu have a chance to honor Those Who Cannot Be Named by backing a Kickstarter project to animate the master's most highly lauded novella.
A massive treasure trove of scholarly gems, normally locked up tight behind fully operational internet security, will be available April 13-19 in honor of National Library Week.
In honor of International Women's Day, let's check in on women's progress climbing ladders in STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). I found a couple interesting reports to share. One piece allows ...