A few months ago I signed the Ada Lovelace pledge. Then, I realised I couldn’t think of anyone to write about. 10 weeks later, and with an hour before the end of the day, and I’m still struggling. As a Lib Dem of course, I might observe that many of the party’s e-innovators – Mary… Continue reading Why don’t I know more women in technology? [Ada Lovelace Day]
On Sunday, the gf and I went to the Hammersmith Apollo to see the final performance of Nine Lessons and Carols for Godless People. By coincidence, albeit perhaps not that much of a coincidence given that both being plugged into a lot of the same networks, we hear about a lot of things at around… Continue reading Godless carols
Bad Faith Awards: it’s like being asked to choose between my children!
How on Earth is anyone supposed to be able to pick a winner amongst this set on bozos shortlisted in the New Humanist’s Bad Faith Awards? It makes you realise quite what a year it has been on the culture wars front. Personally, on reflection, I’ve gone for the governors of St Monica’s School, Prestwich… Continue reading Bad Faith Awards: it’s like being asked to choose between my children!