Category Archives: Science
Dispatches from the Hunker Bunker #2: Interesting and fun websites for the quarantined
Over the past three weeks, I’ve gathered some websites that are interesting, engaging, and fun. I’ve assembled a list of some of these sites- taken mostly from the arts, with a few other subjects thrown in for good measure. I’ve … Continue reading →
View from the blog, looking at a sad couple of weeks
To say that the past two weeks have been an emotional roller-coaster is a bit of an understatement as I watched and listened to a litany of people (mostly old, white men) in their heads-down rush to strangle, or at … Continue reading →
Graphic literature and the other side of short attention spans.
This week I had a conversation with a woman sitting next to me at a cafe here who noticed that I was reading The other side of the wall, an engaging graphic memoir by Simon Schwartz. Schwartz tells his personal … Continue reading →
We we came in peace for all mankind….
Over the past 3 days, I’ve been rewatching “The Dish“, a little gem of an Australian movie about the first Apollo mission to the moon. It is a delightful, and quirky film of a “a somewhat fictionalised story of the Parkes … Continue reading →