February 7, 2023 – Hong Kong’s biggest national-security trial yet begins. Plus: a trade dispute between the EU and Washington, the latest TV news and how the war is changing Ukraine’s historically patriarchal society.
Tag Archives: January/February 2023
Culture: The New Review Magazine- February 5, 2023
The New Review (February 5, 2023): @natasha_walter on the state’s crackdown on the right to protest Plus: @marktpower’s shipping forecast photographs @RobertDFBooks interviewed by @MsRachelCooke On my radar: @paramore’s Hayley Williams & more.
Preview: MIT Technology Review – January/Feb 2023
MIT Technology Review – January/February 2023:
10 Breakthrough Technologies 2023
Our annual look at 10 Breakthrough Technologies—including CRISPR for high cholesterol, battery recycling, AI that makes images, and the James Webb Space Telescope—that will have a profound effect on our lives. Plus care robots, 3-D printing pioneers, and chasing bugs on the blockchain.
Generative AI is changing everything. But what’s left when the hype is gone?
No one knew how popular OpenAI’s DALL-E would be in 2022, and no one knows where its rise will leave us.
AI is bringing the internet to submerged Roman ruins
The technology is making it easier to monitor underwater archaeological sites.
Cover Preview: Landscape Magazine – Jan/Feb 2023
Landscape Photography Magazine – January/February 2023 Issue:
Exploring Death Valley • An Essential Photographic Guide
Death Valley is utterly iconic and much photographed. What are the best ways to get to every depth and peak? QT Luong’s guide to the highlights of this extraordinary location will let you in on every secret
Dusk To Dawn Landscape Photography
Expand your landscape photography potential by shooting long after sundown and on through the night. As Mark Hamblin explains, photography requires very little light
Previews: Photograph Magazine – Jan/Feb 2023
Photograph Magazine – January-February 2023:
A Career-Spanning Survey of Uta Barth’s Rigorous, Seductive Photographs
The German-born photographer’s precise work, on view at the Getty Center, explores what it’s like to see and perceive our surroundings.
Mary Ellen Bartley
The photographs in Mary Ellen Bartley’s series Morandi’s Books – meditative still life compositions in muted colors transformed by collage elements – are gently disorienting despite their formal precision.
Cover of Twenty-five Years Ago, by Joan Lyons (Visual Studies Workshop Press, 1998)
Previews: Foreign Affairs Magazine – Jan/Feb 2023
Foreign Affairs – January/February 2023:
Putin’s Last Stand
The Promise and Peril of Russian Defeat
The Global Zeitenwende
How to Avoid a New Cold War in a Multipolar Era
A Free World, If You Can Keep It
Ukraine and American Interests
Cover: American Scientist Magazine – Jan/Feb 2023
American Scientist – January/February 2023 –
In “A New Picture of Dinosaur Nesting Ecology” (Perspective), paleontologist Daniel T. Ksepka offers an overview of these sweeping advances in his field, showcasing the spectrum of reproductive traits among the dinosaurs, often with surprising mixes of reptilian and avian traits.
A Deep Dive into Innovation
Groundbreaking innovations may appear to be strokes of genius, but they are most often the product of context, consequence, and coincidence.
Is Garlic Mustard an Invader or an Opportunist?
Originally thought of as simply harmful to native plants, this invasive herb has been spreading for far more complex reasons.