Finding the Next Earth: The Latest Results from Kepler
A quick post about Kurly McGeachie who came to the writing group I help run at Ludlow Library on Saturday. It was a great, engaging workshop involving lots of rap/poetry and included Sonnet 18 to 'Breathe' by the Prodigy which was an entertaining mix. He w...
So, as I wait for the latest beta version of Elite: Dangerous to download I thought I'd do a quick blog about my recent writing escapades. For the last few attempts at a story I've followed a simple writing premise: Get an idea Write to buggery, off the top...
Nick Cross wrote blog about coming out of his writing cave . It made me feel a bit guilty as, a bit like him but much worse, I haven't blogged for a donkey's yonk. Unlike him I haven't really been writing regularly, because my current writing cave zooms thr...
It's buggy but very beautiful, the graphics and sound are much improved and the hyperspace nearly made me poo myself (before crashing to a black screen). I like the new UI, hopefully the flight test on launch only needs to be done on your first launch.
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Kepler confirms first planet found in the habitable zone of a Sun-like s...
Astronomy | exoplanets | This is pretty big news: the space-based Kepler observatory has confirmed the first planet found in the habitable z