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Mike makes stuff. Mostly involving words, notes, thoughts, and images. Also a podcast. Enjoy. 

Scientific Technology

What is this?

The following is a Science & Tech magazine of the future. Also of the past, since that's when we made it. Obviously we'd like to print copies and sell them for money, but our R&D department told us that apparently "that is not a thing anymore" (shortly before asking to be paid so she can "afford to take the GRE.").  Nevertheless, if you would be interested in reading a shinier, tree-murdering version of this magazine, use the contact link in the upper right hand corner of your page to make a wish.

How should I look at it?

Preferably with your eyes or visual spectrum tongue-sensor. But on site we have several viewing options:  1) The single page copy directly below this or 2) Below that, an embedded two-page spread version (if you're reading this on your phone, you can full-screen that version, but also STOP READING EVERYTHING ON YOUR PHONE, it's bad for your eyes).

Who made this?!

Good question, but why do you sound so angry?(!) Our staff consists of people who have worked for IBM, Clickhole, Microsoft, The Daily Show, Google, College Humor, and Disney. Surely you like some of those as much as you hate other of those. Specifically, this magazine was made by: David H. Holtzman, Mike Blejer (me), Gabriel Laks, Jenny Jaffe, Andrew Tavin, and TJ Young.

Can I read now?

May. You may read now.

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