Issue: October 11, 2012
Every once in a while, a new piece of technology comes along that
changes the way we humans see the world: the wheel, the printing
press, the iPhone. In this week's feature story, our star tech
reporter---note terrible pun---Ashley Hennefer, examines a new tool
that could be the next paradigm shifter: the 3-D printer, which is
able to create objects with the ease with which we stone agers
currently print Word documents. Also in this week's issue, news
editor Dennis Myers takes a look at the way that third party
candidates are excluded from debates, Kris Vagner writes about a
digital media art festival at the University of Nevada, Reno, and, no
biggie, I interview John Lydon of Sex Pistols and Public Image Ltd. fame.
As always, be sure to pick up a newsprint copy for exclusive columns,
cartoons and ink smells.
Thanks for reading! If it weren't for you, we'd have nothing to print at all.
RN&R Arts Editor