How did someone who didn't learn to read until he was 11 years old come to be a professional poet? The man who poses this question is also the one who can answer it. Host Audie Cornish talks with Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Phil Shultz about his new memoir, My Dyslexia.
Look around. There's a good chance you'll spot a tablet computer, if you don't have one yourself. Touch-screen phones are even more common. Biometric scanners scan your fingerprints at your bank, or your irises at the airport. They're devices that used to be the stuff of science fiction — the sort of thing you'd see in Star Trek or Blade Runner or Minority Report. Now they're here in the real world. And they're everywhere.
How did so many films and TV shows get so much right about what was coming down the technological pipeline?
As Star Wars makes its newest & re-mastered appearance on Blu-ray today, we remember the radio play that aired on KUNC. Before CGI, Jar-Jar, and Special Editions, there was an analog friendly version of the trilogy where Han shot first and the Force will be with us, always.