"Last two speakers of dying language won't talk to each other http://t.co/M5kX2jclCC"
"App 'not as good as a full ultrasound machine' http://t.co/hCuWidcpen < how soon will we be able to run lab off students' smartphones?"
Category Archives: book review
Every now and then I pick up something and discover that it is aimed above me, written for readers who are more intelligent, virtuous, or self-disciplined than I am. The Royal Canadian Airforce XBX plan, for instance, or Kant’s Prolegomena. … Continue reading
We discussed The Thick Night on #feministSF twitter chat today, and I’m still thinking about the story. I like stories that challenge me, and this one really did — it’s a story about a third world woman who’s given a … Continue reading