Alan Garner

Can’t wait to read…

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It’s not very often that I am dying to read a certain book. I stack up recommendations in my ‘to be read’ pile and read them in order, but today I’m starting a very special experience. I’m starting Boneland by Alan Garner. I’ve re-read The Weirdstone of Brisingamen and The Moon of Gomrath in preparation, […]

Alan Garner

Art and Science holding hands – A Tribute to Alan Turing

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Alan Turing’s name and work has cropped up in my life in many ways. My cognitive science studies led me to look into AI, and my subsequent qualitative work caused me to form a position in myΒ scientificΒ study which remains today.Later, as his personal circumstances emerged, I had cause to think deeply about what had happened […]