With his old life again behind him, The Golem returns to looking ahead to what’s next—or at least trying—and finally gets around to answering some reader email.
The day after being roped into his latest protection duties, The Golem faces new threats—and a history of unstoppable devotion.
Ruth catches up on the blog, and a reader entreats The Golem to explain the intricacies of his relationship.
After a friend comments on the antisocial nature of this blog, The Golem ruminates on the true purpose of blogging, and whether “first” is more meaningful than previously thought.
The tricky part about blogging is knowing where to draw the line about what’s revealed. After his last post raised some eyebrows, the Golem addresses the whole eating thing.
One post in, and it’s time to assess what went right and what went wrong; or it would be, if a questionnaire didn’t take precedence. The Golem gets tagged by the internet.
Either you’ve done it or you know someone who has: online dating, the scourge and savior of contemporary romance. A panel of experts discusses love 2.0.
Every year for South by Southwest, thousands of creative visionaries descend upon Austin, Texas. You might meet some of them, too—if only you weren’t at the Interactive portion of the festival.
When the apocalypse comes, when the world ends as we know it, you can bet someone will be updating the Blue.
Computers are taking over the world, and recently they’ve started talking back.
It’s been two years since Flip Flop Flyin started, and the web hasn’t been the same ever since. Craig, the man behind the tiny man, joined our writer for a short conversation and helped him understand the beauty of small things. Note: Craig does not have a ‘Beatles’ haircut. He is very serious about this.
Our writer interviews Andy Crewdson of Lines & Splines. We especially like that he is an ‘average indie kid.’