Cultural Connections talk by Marianne Talbot. Part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013.
The Cutlural Connections course was a 5-day workshop as part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013. Cultural Connections offered an introduction to public engagement skills to help
Professor Robin Dunbar, Institute of Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology, Oxford, gives a talk as part of the Keble College Creativity Lecture series.
They had bought an Android phone, by mistake, and then sought a better experience. And a better life. And decided to check out iPhone and iOS.
Named as one of the Best of App Store 2012, ThoughtBox is led by Cristinea Luminea, the Founder and CEO who I spoke with about coding in schools, working in partnership with established brands and about quitting your job, because you think you have a
"What hath God wrought[" : Samuel Morse : Numbers (23:23)
And so with those words, following the toil of Dyar, Cooke & Wheatstone, Morse set free the telegraph, and ignited the greatest revolution in mass communication in 400 years. In his 1998 book, The Victorian Internet
We’re kind of used to the release schedule of Apple’s iPhones every year, usually around September, just in time for everyone to start saving up for presents for Christmas. Last year we got two, the 5c and the 5s, which lead us all to believe
While the brand is mostly known for making those snazzy vacuum cleaners, the genius inventor of the bagless cleaner than never loses suction (we don’t work for Dyson, honest!) had a few more tricks up his sleeves over the years, too. Back in 2001, Sir
It’s not enough anymore to just go for a run for a bit and feel good about it! Oh no, these days we need to know exactly how many paces we’ve taken, how long it took, and how many calories we’ve burned in the process.
Got some cramming to do this weekend, be it either college work or a particularly heavy-handed book club? Well, the new Spritz App can help you with that. Using the very scientific sounding Optimal Recognition Point, basically the app does what we readers do subconsciously