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Gonzalo San Martin
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The simple answers to the questions that get asked about every new technology
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And it's Brian May himself who classes her as "extraordinary"
 
The Music of Queen Re-Imagined by “Extraordinary” Classical Pianist, Natalia Posnova http://cultr.me/17BKlZY
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The real reason the new iPhone 5S has a fingerprint scanner :)
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Former particle physicist, now corporate hack, tech geek and SF(F) fan
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Wimbledon, London - Timperley, Cheshire - Petersham, Richmond - London - Puertollano, Ciudad Real, Spain - Geneva, Switzerland
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How Beatrix Potter self-published Peter Rabbit
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The aspiring children's writer was fed up of receiving rejection letters - so on this day in 1901 she self-published a certain book about a

Soaring energy bills - can smart technology help?
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Can smart technology solve the problem of soaring energy bills?

xkcd: Open Letter
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Hashi Japanese Restaurant
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Sibilant Fricative: the Book
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You knew it was coming; there's a reason your heart has been so heavy. Well here's the cover reveal, courtesy of the estimable Ian Whates fr

Science-fiction's Golden Age writers left a fantastic legacy
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Damien Walter: From gaming to films, sci-fi is loved by millions, and has diversified for our times – can other literary genres claim that?

16 Complicated Movie Plots Explained With Infographic Timelines
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Movies often have complex plots, tell their story out of order, or involve time travel. Those things create loops in the storyline that can

Bad writing
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Today's lesson, gentle readers, is bad writing; and the case study is R S Johnson's The Genesis Project: the Children of CS-13 (2011) Why Th

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Simon Ings Wolves (2014). This is one of the best books I've read this year; which, since you can’t read it until 2014 is a tease on my part

UK Internet censorship plan no less stupid than it was last year
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UK Prime Minister David Cameron has promised to make pornography filters standard on British Internet connections. This is a remarkably stup

Susan Greenfield, 2121: A Tale From the Next Century (2013)
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I reviewed this book for the Guardian. Go there, to read the shorter, I daresay leaner version of the copy I originally submitted. The origi

Mary Beard to present documentary on Caligula as BBC2 commissions new hi...
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A one-off documentary about the notorious Roman Emperor heads a raft of new commissions also including a series on Napolean and programmes a

Undercover: The True Story of Britain's Secret Police – review
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Espionage involves deception and betrayal, usually of people you have pretended to befriend. It's a sordid business, writes Bernard Porter

Stross's Neptune's Brood: science fictional companion to Graeber's Debt
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Neptune's Brood is Charlie Stross's newest, weirdest and most thought-provoking book. It's technically something of a followup to Saturn's C

On not naming names
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One of the reactions I've seen to the recent discussions of sexual harassment at SFF cons is the question of why don't people report - why d

Guardian's Ian Sample wins science journalism award
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Association of British Science Writers prize awarded for piece on the discovery of the elusive Higgs boson at Cern

Mars had an oxygen-rich atmosphere four billion years ago
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The oxygen was either produced by life forms or by a chemical reaction in the atmosphere of Mars

Daft Punk's
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"Daft Pianists (cover of Get Lucky)," the latest musical experiment by Joe Sabia's wonderful CDZA (Collective Cadenza) YouTube proje...

xkcd: The Pace of Modern Life
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