I reviewed four new science books for The New York Times. They span millions of years, beginning with the birth of humanity and ending with a serious look at AI.
I contributed to James Gorman's piece about the last chapter in the Azaria trial. The dingo did it. New York Times.
The sins of the fathers may be visited on the deoxyribose nucleic acids of the sons. I wrote about the "Epigenetics: The Ultimate Mystery of Inheritance" for Slate.
Archivists think about the future and the past, while juggling the needs of people, the challenges of computer systems, a tendency towards perfectionism, and nation-wide case of 'versionitis.' The Monthly.