The WEB dead? So says this nay-sayer: "the Web is not a frontier anymore. It is simply a place." He clearly hasn't been to digittante.
With 6,500 writers graduating each year and "each one an educated, discerning and serious reader of contemporary fiction", we've got our work cut out for us
If September 11 didn't change the world, then does a rise in public panic mean we all just like being scared?
Can't wait to see STAR WARS Episode Two this summer? Someone has just seen ATTACK OF THE CLONES and tells all about it.
I once had this idea for a projectable keyboard that could display a touchtone telephone dialpad in the palm of my hand. But someone's beat me to it
Holy Buck Rogers, Batman! This building rocks! Of course, I would have included free inline-skates for all occupants.
Famous last words are best unrehearsed, but there's no harm in giving it some thought now, eh?