I know how it is—you're vacationing, but you feel the need to share important updates with the world about how tasty those crabs were. Or how many glasses of sangria you knocked back. But you're lazy, right?
The best place in the United States to sit and feel the ghostly presence of early 20th century science fiction is probably Clifton's Cafeteria in Los Angeles, which was the epicentre of 1930s pulp scifi.
Even pets showed up in their finest attire for the Nova Albion Steampunk Exhibition, a three-day celebration of everything steampunk last weekend in Emeryville, California. Our travelogue gallery will take you back to a 19th century that never was.