We asked Pat Joseph, editor of California Magazine to pick some of his favourite stories from the magazine over the years. Here’s what he chose:
The Starship or the Canoe by Kenneth Brower – Where will our future adaptations be–down here or out there?
– An Interview with Ursula K. Le Guin About Growing Up in Berkeley
Tresor Bunker – “When your friends die, you never actually know what happens to them.”
Brendan Buhler – Each of us is a colonized country, a host of multitudes, a reservoir of biodiversity
Splitsville by Vicki Haddock – California has withstood more than 200 secession attempts since it became a state
The Good, the Bad and the Robot by Coby McDonald – Experts are trying to make machines be ‘moral’
By Michael Taylor – Nothing symbolizes the violent radicalism of the ’70s like the SLA and its abduction of Patty Hearst
The Free Agent by Pat Joseph – Joe Kapp was the Curt Flood of the NFL. How come no one remembers?
Into the Deep Freeze by Chris A. Smith – What kind of person gets cryonically preserved?
Clifford Stoll in Four Dimensions by Martin Snapp – How a Berkeley eccentric beat the Russians, doused dot-com euphoria, and became a leading manufacturer of totally useless, wonderful objects
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