Pop Goes the Culture celebrates one year of blogging

Congratulations to Star Wars guru and Nerdvana contributor Dustin Diehl on one year of blogging at Pop Goes the Culture! When he was starting out on the path of a superstar Jedi blogger, Dustin used the East Valley Tribune’s community blogs to promote his movie reviews at PGtC. When those user-generated blogs went away as […]

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Lightning Octopus: 6 months of geeking it up, Arizona style

Nerdvana friend-of-the-blog and supporter Jonathan Simon today celebrates six months of covering geek culture in Arizona on his blog Lightning Octopus. Every weekend over the past half-year, Simon has managed to round up a nerd-tastic list of things to do, and he’s even found time to profile local luminaries in geekdom (among whom I was […]

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Browse all 137 years of Popular Science online for free

This morning my colleague Gayle Bass, KTAR’s “Click Chick,” reported that Popular Science magazine has partnered with Google to offer their entire 137-year archive online for free browsing. The experience includes period advertisements, so you can see all the vintage ads that will shock and amaze you. You can check it out now at http://www.popsci.com/archives

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