Robert Montenegro is a writer, playwright, and dramaturg who lives in Washington DC.
His beats include the following: tech, history, sports, geography, culture, and whatever Elon Musk has said on Twitter over the past couple days. He is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.
The space agency seeks to index the parts of the Internet Google won't show you.
You can't expect to foster effective K-12 education using outdated and analog methods to educate kids raised on digital.
Nowhere in American politics do cultural proxy wars play out more vividly than in the chambers of the United States Supreme Court.
The Seattle Department of Transportation has proposed a $3 billion project that would revamp city roads and improve gridlock. Central to the plan is an interesting twist: no new accommodations are to be made for...
SpaceX has asked permission to establish a system of satellites to deliver worldwide Internet to all regions. Time Warner and Comcast: You are officially on notice.
Dashcams are growing in popularity as drivers seek to protect themselves from liability... as well as catch some pretty cool footage from time to time.
Did you know you can rewire your brain? Neuroscientific research breakthroughs are revealing fascinating new truths about the malleability of our brains and, thus, the malleability of ourselves as well.
Telecommuting breeds bad habits. It's a good idea to adopt a schedule replete with forays out into the sunlight, as work breaks boost productivity.
A recent New York Times op-ed advocating for student loan default has elicited a bevy of critical responses.