On this week's Tuesdays With Bill, Lillian has the whole summer ahead of her, and wants to know what kind of science-related activities she can do outside of the classroom.
Jim Whitehurst, CEO of Red Hat, explains how the cloud is evolving in a way few anticipated.
Steven Kotler explains that a new device and its imitators can trigger "mystical" experiences in the brain.
Bike shares shown to increase property values up to 2.7 percent.
Rear monitors on trucks, showing live footage of the road ahead, could significantly reduce overtaking mistakes.
Researchers have developed a way to print circuits on textiles, creating new opportunities for the next generation of wearables.
Nathaniel Rich lives in New York City, where he is an editor at The Paris Review. He is the author of San Francisco Noir and The Mayor's Tongue is his first novel.
The reason for writing the book in secret.
Before the Paris Review, Rich worked at The New York Review of Books. Here he discusses what he learned from NYRB's editor, Bob Silvers.
Rich's editorial process looks like stacks and stacks of paper.
Rich wrote his novel in secret.
The crucial role of miscommunication.
It's not magical realism, Rich says. It's closer to Bulgakov's style.
A summer in Trieste inspired Rich's first novel.
The five books Rich can't live without.
Benjamin Percy, Jesse Ball to start.
It started with an early obsession with Stephen King.