A short story turned radio drama by Kurt Andersen.
Michele Iversen rides around at night photographing unsuspecting people through their windows. What happens when one of them spots her?
Charlie is the protagonist of Machine Man, a novel by Max Barry. But his story has a real parallel in Hugh Herr, a leading bionics developer at MIT, and a double amputee following a mountain-climbing accident.
Terry Bisson's "They're Made Out of Meat" was first published in Omni in 1991.
Patrick Winston is Principal Investigator at MIT's Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Lab. He believes that creating artificial intelligence is not a matter of more powerful processing: we have to teach computers how to think more like humans.
Charlie is the protagonist of Machine Man, a new novel by Max Barry. But his story has a real parallel in Hugh Herr, a leading bionics developer at MIT.
Terry Bisson's "They're Made Out of Meat" was first published in Omni in 1991. Our version was performed by Miriam Tolan and Russ Armstrong; Jonathan Mitchell produced and directed.
Photographer Michele Iversen has been catching strangers passing by in their own private spaces, without their permission. At night she sits in her car and watches the warm glowing windows of strangers' homes waiting for the perfect shot.
Illustrators like Winslow Homer (later famous for his land- and seascapes) did things the photographers could not: take audiences right into the action, behind enemy lines, and up a tree with a sharpshooter. Produced by Studio 360's Jonathan Mitchell.