Month / April 2016

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  • Molecular monsters

    This week I attended a talk on crowd-sourced science platforms at my (part time) job, Interactive Scientific (iSci). David, a specialist in molecular dynamics, talked about the problems of protein folding, and…

  • Now Play This

    I tested the latest version of the book at Now Play This festival at Somerset House. The book (because of it’s unusually papery interface) was part of the strange controller showcase. It…

  • Cutting the strings (or re-arranging them a bit)

    I say cutting string because there is a string that connects the page through this book by the wonderful Willaim Wondriska I’m looking into how those strings (pages) are deconstructed and reconstructed…

  • New pages

    New pages and also page holding foot things. Yoop.

  • Coin Room

    The British Museum has a money room. It houses all sorts of currency including coins, paper, stones, plastic, shells and rf-tags.   Also on display at the British Museum is an education…

  • The reincarnation of wonder

    When I studied literary theory for my undergrad degree we started the course reading Barthes seminal essay. You know the one. The one about texts gaining meaning through the culture in which…

  • Flipology

    Other things that invite you into the fabric of the book: flipping! Flipology is the science of flips in books. No, I didn’t make up this term. There is a resident flipologist…