Mark Wallace

Mark Wallace

Writing everything

Writing about technology, games, entertainment, and media (among many other things) for everyone from The New York Times Magazine to Wired, the Financial Times, Salon, and many more. Author of a book on online games and virtual worlds. Other stuff.

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Salon

Crackpot authorities - Salon.com

From Wilhelm Reich to Julian Jaynes to H.W. Fowler, I sing of the brilliant, the ambitious and the just a bit mad.

Salon

The art of Don E. Knuth - Salon.com

Computing's philosopher king argues for elegance in programming -- and a Pulitzer Prize for the best written.

Salon

The science of invention - Salon.com

Can a theory cooked up by a Soviet labor camp survivor solve today's thorniest engineering problems -- and make the world a better place?

Salon

Counter-evolutionary - Salon.com

Baffled by the dumping of Darwin in the Sunflower State? Bone up on creationism and Kansas.

Salon

Falun Gong - Salon.com

What the religious leader who made China tremble has to say for himself.