Ever wondered what your favourite novels sound like? Forget audiobooks -- this project transposes literature into music.
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Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes. A computer analysis of pop hits spanning 1960 to 2010 identifies three turning-point years in the evolution of music. Got any guesses?
Go behind the scenes of a new site based in Google Maps that combines geography, technology, and literature into a crowdsourced map of real locations from novels.
Technically Incorrect: Cosmologist Fergus Simpson believes that the most intelligent of aliens out there will likely weight 650 pounds. Yes, little green people could be very, very big.
There's been some confusion as to what High Dynamic Range is when it comes to TVs. The same term is used in photography for an eye-catching hyper-realistic effect. That's not what the TV feature does. Here's the difference.
A new social app is about the shared experience of creating something beautiful from the heart.
R.L. Stine, the "Stephen King of children's literature," composes an impromptu horror story online to the delight of his fans. And it was all about a sandwich.
Finally, all those hours spent noodling around on social media can be harnessed into real college credit at a prestigious institution.
For $9.99 per month, the service lets you listen to your heart's content. Unfortunately, the library is on the small side -- for now.