We’re in this together: Group dynamics in disaster scenarios

Whether it’s George Romero’s classic “Night of the Living Dead” or AMC’s ratings juggernaut “The Walking Dead,” there is a common element in zombie apocalypse fiction and that’s the fact that people survive better in groups, but not all groups work. The reason some groups do better than other is largely due to organization. An… Read More We’re in this together: Group dynamics in disaster scenarios

Zombie game highlights role of technology for the trucking industry

Omnitracs, LLC, a software company offering fleet management solutions to transportation and logistics companies, recently launched a new web-based game called Zombie Dispatch, designed to recognize the important role of trucking and truck drivers in our economy as well as illustrate technologies and solutions to help fleets be more efficient, and easing the burden on… Read More Zombie game highlights role of technology for the trucking industry

Writer resurrects zombie novel three decades after setting it aside

Originally conceived in the 1980’s, BARKERTON, from Day Rusk, explores the dark side of human nature and racism using the Zombie genre, while at the same time offering up the thrills, blood, gore and drama that fans have come to know and love. The DEAD have risen…and they’re as confused as the LIVING! Things had… Read More Writer resurrects zombie novel three decades after setting it aside

Keep your fire on the down low with a Dakota Hole

For many outdoor enthusiasts, sitting next to a roaring campfire is a key part of the experience. However, in the coming zombie apocalypse you may not want anyone (living or undead) to see your fire. To that end, the recommended technique is to construct what is commonly referred to as a Dakota Hole. The Dakota… Read More Keep your fire on the down low with a Dakota Hole