When looking for ideas about how to write an editor's note (this is my first one, be gentle) I thought back to one of the first publications I ever wrote for, an alternative weekly in Boston.
Alejandro Ramirez had to write an obituary about a homeless man, but first he had to wonder if he was any better than the others.
Sometimes the truest horror is not the one you find in stories. It's right in front of you.
The idea that software can be "finished" is over. Developer Karyl Gilbertson explains why.
Author Tony McMillen wrote his first novel about a man who grew up without a father and then decides to try and find him so that he can murder him. Tony's father will never read his book.
You may not know this, but cargo pants are not okay to wear. Dan Solberg tells us how he found out.