Glenn Harlan Reynolds: October 2004 Archives

The Future of Blogs and the Blogosphere

(Editor's note: This column is the second of two parts on the present and future of blogs). As I noted in last week's column, weblogs have come a long way since the last presidential election, when they barely existed.... Read More

The Blogosphere Grows Up

Editor's note: This is the first of a two-part series. We've come a long way, baby. Blogs have gone from barely-understood phenomenon to near-commonplace in this election cycle, and it looks as if they may be having some impact... Read More

Good News and Bad News for Commercial Space

The successful X-Prize mission of Burt Rutan's SpaceShipOne last week was a major success for the commercial space industry. But although that success has led to the creation of space tourism ventures and passengers have already appeared, the future... Read More

Space Warfare: On the Way?

The United States Air Force is interested in space warfare. Actually, there's nothing new about that. The late-1950s/early-1960s Project Orion, which I wrote about here, was supposed to produce a fleet of nuclear-powered space battlewagons that would do for... Read More

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