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There’s a compelling argument to be made – and many have made it – that comic books serve as the mythology of contemporary American culture. These brightly-colored, spandex-clad archetypes of good and evil have become ubiquitous, a pop culture pantheon that serves as a common reference point spanning generations.

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Some of the best works of pop philosophy are built around finding the connections between big thought systems and everyday tasks. Perhaps the most famous of these works blending the metaphysical and the mundane is Robert Pirsig’s 1974 bestseller “Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance,” though there are plenty of other examples out there.

But until now, none of them asked you to hang 10.

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Montville book explores a turbulent half-decade for boxing champ Ali

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Book explores commonalities between the greatest teams in sport

Published in Sports
Wednesday, 10 May 2017 11:36

‘Astrophysics for People in a Hurry’

Neil deGrasse Tyson book an informative, entertaining scientific primer

Published in Tekk

History is filled with events that, despite being utterly fascinating, simply fall by the wayside of our awareness. It isn’t that they are less interesting or less valid than other events – they just don’t make it to our history textbooks. They don’t make the cut.

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Book explores the U.S. government’s history of psychic research

Published in Tekk
Wednesday, 29 March 2017 12:06

The life and times of the Old Perfesser

“Casey Stengel: Baseball’s Greatest Character”

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Book explores the tech subculture waging war on death

Published in Tekk
Wednesday, 01 March 2017 12:30

Review - 'The Stranger in the Woods'

Who among us hasn’t wanted to be left alone? Haven’t we all had moments when we wish for the peace and quiet of solitude?

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