There's a new Annals of Science at McSweeneys, which is actually about technology -- internets, trains -- and as such as much about history and philosophy of science and technology as just science straight-up. Although, I'm of the mind that there is no such thing as "science straight up." And I think the piece is more about space and time, to which, who doesn't love space and time?
"Silently, at intervals of four seconds, the telegraphpoles held the galloping notes of the music between punctual bars. This furious music allayed his dread and, leaning against the window ledge, he let his eyelids close again."
No, you didn't.
And that, without an Austerlitz quote too.