Author: Carol Pinchefsky

I'm a freelance writer. I live in New York City with my husband, our books, and his coffee machine.
Posted in Comic Books SyFy Television

Preacher’s Julie Ann Emery on the explosive final season

If you’re not watching Preacher, you’re missing out on one of the most fun and most off-kilter shows on television.

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Posted in Science Fiction SyFy

Babylon 5 creator J. Michael Straczynski details a painful origin story of his own

The screenwriter commonly known as JMS has reached personal and professional heights that are all the more impressive when you consider the dark low points of his early childhood.

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Posted in Business Gaming Technology

6 ways AI is making an impact on video games

AI has changed the way video games work–for the better.

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Posted in Business HPE Insights Technology

5 insights that big data has gleaned about cannabis

After gathering 65 million data points, Strainprint has collected the world’s largest medicinal cannabis dataset. That means a fascinating collection of marijuana-related information and high…

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Posted in Business HPE Insights Technology

11 great mechanical keyboards for coders

[Editor’s note: This article was first published in 2017; it was updated in 2019 to update pricing, as well as to add the NightFox, Kinesis…

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Posted in SyFy

A military officer dissects Jon Snow’s battle strategy (and finds it lacking)

In the second episode of the final season of Game of Thrones, “A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms,” winter has come, and with it, an army the undead. Jon Snow has devised a battle plan to defend Winterfell, and ultimately the realms of men. So what does a …

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Posted in Business HPE Insights Science Fiction Technology

8 ways sci-fi imagines data storage

We can remember it for you wholesale. But we probably prefer to use today’s storage technology.

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Posted in HPE Insights Technology

When technology is something to sing about

Originally published: https://www.hpe.com/us/en/insights/articles/when-technology-is-something-to-sing-about-1902.html Writing about music is like dancing about systems architecture. Late musician Frank Zappa once said, “There are more love songs than anything else. If…

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Posted in Geek & Sundry

These Podcasters Use FANDOM AND WELLNESS To Talk About Mental Health

This isn’t just any story. This is a superhero origin story.
One day back in 2016, Arkeida Wilson, who was in the throes of a mentally abusive relationship, took a walk in Manhattan to clear her head…and wound up taking the brunt of a terrorist b…

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Posted in BrainFacts Gaming Science

Video Games May Enhance Skills Beyond a Superb Double Jump

FPS games also may offer benefits for your brain like increased hand-eye coordination and visual perception skills–benefits that last.

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