In this September 2010 issue, I have an exclusive interview with Parker Emmerson (also mentioned previously), a mathematician, musician and artist. We talked about his art and how he used mathematics to create images.
Download the September 2010 issue. It’s free.
Other articles include:
- The business of iPhone apps (yay, finally, a tech article!)
- How to understand 1/3 of Japanese texts in 1 hour
- What happened at the Tech65 Party?
- You probably don’t know this about snakes…
- I witnessed the “beheading” of dozens of plastic bottles. A PHEMAS live cutting event.
Read all that, right here in the September issue. Download the September 2010 issue.
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Ok, an announcement first. I asked, you spoke, and I listened. Singularity is now free (I can already hear people rejoicing and crying for joy).
Download the August issue.
In this issue,
Are you present-focussed or future-facing?
A little milk, a little space. A little fruit, a little taste.
Our cover story:
From fruitarians to Hannibal Lecters.
Similar alphabet system to Greek and fascinating numbers from the language of the Jews.
I’ve added an “upcoming events” section. The idea is to list interesting events happening around the world. Hopefully, one of them occurs where you live, and you can experience the fun. Art exhibitions, science fairs, cultural shows and technological displays are all fair game.
One of them is the Buenzli 19, a demoscene party. It’s held in Switzerland from 20 to 22 August. I’ve never been to a demoparty before, so if you’ve been to one, please tell me what it’s like.
If you know any other fun events, please let me know.