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The Examined Life

Science pop


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By Joshua Glenn
August 21, 2005

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LIKE SCIENTISTS and engineers, science and technology periodicals are often a lot more eccentric and whimsical than one might expect. And for evidence of this, it often isn't necessary to look past the masthead. Wired, for example, may no longer list Marshall McLuhan as its Patron Saint, but it does bestow upon former editor-in-chief Kevin Kelly the cranky-sounding title of ... (Full article: 386 words)

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