Author Archives: malbell
I have just completed an excellent Coursera MOOC called “Seeing Through Photographs” that was put on by the Museum Of Modern Art in New York. I thoroughly enjoyed loking at the various ways that professional photographers have ben able … Continue reading
I have just watched the last, highly emotional episode of yet another David Attenborough/BBC natural world series “Blue Planet 2”. Like so many people I feel that I have almost grown up with Attenborough, following his early efforts to find … Continue reading
Here is the review I have written on Amazon.com about the book “The Runaway Species” by Anthony Brandt and David Eagleman.
This is a very good book. It tackles the subject of autism and goes into it in some detail. Specifically, it is a history of how autism has travelled from being treated as a form of madness, to an illness, … Continue reading
This post is a review of the book “The Driver In The Driverless Car” by Vivek Wadhwa and Alex Salkever. This book is an investigation into all aspects of the most recent developments in technology. It takes in Artificial Intelligence … Continue reading
The title of this post will no doubt surprise many people who know me. This is because I was brought up in a family that supports the other “tribe” in North London and are supposed to have a continuing animosity … Continue reading