In an age when much of our memory lives in the cloud or on servers in Mountain View, the use of mind palaces in BBC’s Sherlock reminds us of the power of our brains.
Emmanuel Hapsis received his MFA in creative writing from California College of the Arts. When he's not editing or writing for KQED Pop, he spends his time wondering if he should start a commune and petting all the stray cats.
Emmanuel Hapsis's Latest Posts
Remembering the 100 Years of Solitude author who made so many believe in the power of imagination and magic.
17 songs to get you pumped for this year’s festival!
San Francisco’s “croissantification” has been going on for more years than many of the incoming techies have been alive.
A great way to celebrate the vernal equinox is running to the nearest park and a.) doing a cartwheel, b.) drinking lemonade, c.) putting flowers in your hair, d.) petting puppies, and e.) all of the above while listening to this springtime playlist!
Iggy Azalea and Peaches Christ pay their respects to Clueless, the sacred text for every ’90s kid.