Monthly Archives: April 2013

What Is The Internet of Everything?

Cisco’s latest video about the ‘Internet of Everything’ suggests that it will help increase transparency – and therefore, one would presume, accountability too – from governments around the world. That has to be good news.

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Why Anti-Evolution Religionists Will Lose Against Science

A number of you got in touch with me following my recent series of posts about evolution and asked for a good book recommendation on the topic. I picked out Prof. Kenneth R. Miller’s Finding Darwin’s God because when I … Continue reading

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Exhibition Review: Life & Death in Pompeii and Herculaneum

Earlier today, I went along to a new exhibition at the British Museum about the doomed Roman towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum. The exhibition cost is £15 for adults. If you buy the annual member’s pass for the British Museum … Continue reading

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Movie Review: The Secret In Their Eyes

  The Secret In Their Eyes is an Argentinian movie that won the 2010 Academy Award for Best Foreign Film. You can still watch it on BBC i-Player (available until this Sunday). I was going to post some notes about … Continue reading

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Anti-Semitism and Anti-Zionism: An Important Ruling

Jews Sans Frontieres draws our attention to a very important official ruling delivered last week by the Employment Tribunal in a case brought by a Zionist teacher, Ronnie Fraser, alleging “institutional anti-semitism” against the University & College Union (UCU). In … Continue reading

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