At the risk of breaking the rhythm of our Wired For War booklab, I think it’s important to call everyone’s attention to one of the most important events of the year, and indeed, something that will, no doubt, go down in history as one of those empirical life referents, a calendar marker that will inspire fond reminiscences as we enter our twilight years… one day: that’s right, Wired has just fired up a UK website. I’m sure bloggers all over the isles will be positioning themselves for the next Microsoft buy-out chance to get picked up and paid to blather blog about techno-geekery. Apropos this symposium: pieces on robot
I read this op-ed in the International Herald Tribune over lunch today. More important than IHT’s crisp, newly revamped layout, and more important than the snappy title of the piece, Douglas J. […]
What happens when US and Chinese scientists and non-proliferation experts get together to swap notes on nuclear terminology as described in their respective languages… I suppose there’s something to be said for […]
I’ve been reading Eric Newby’s A Short Walk in the Hindu Kush. Newby’s tone is one of chronic, understaded mockery – definitely a lighter touch than Rory Stewart’s more introspective, brooding The […]
I just posted the announcement at CTlab. Looking forward to this one.