Lower Greenville, Knox-Henderson or Deep Ellum? That's the question I asked all kinds of folks before moving back to Dallas this month to re-join the Observer. Two and a half years gone while in grad school in Austin, and all kinds of things change in this town. Somebody set off a Banana Republi ... More >>
Wednesday, May 13, at the Granada Theater
The Dutchess (A&M)
DCAD spends $5.5 million developing its own computer program. Why?
Why are these Dallas high-tech hotshots chucking the action, gore and riches of the computer gaming world to hawk a genteel digital magazine?
Step Right Up (Lucky Dog/Sony Nashville)
Dave Thomas' book offers workplace philosophy for more than just computer freaks and geeks
WFAA movie reviewer Gary Cogill is guru and matchmaker for a caffeinated crowd of film buffs
Hot new computer game maker ION Storm appears to have all it needs for success -- top talent, plenty of money, and legions of anxious fans. So why is its future so cloudy?
A shortage of American engineers and programmers spells boom times for brokers who peddle skilled foreign workers at bargain prices. Is it exploitation, or just good business?
A computer glitch has some Dallasites predicting an apocalyptic meltdown. They may not be that crazy.
Zach Loafman, a gifted St. Mark's teen, fights an addiction to the Internet.