Sharing the Vision: How Software is Making Science Accessible to All

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Whatโ€™s the earliest thing you can remember?

Maybe itโ€™s a happy memory โ€” one coated in sunlight or a particular kind of weather โ€” or maybe itโ€™s a dark memory, one that youโ€™d rather not revisit. After all, most early memories are usually one or the other; extreme emotions have a tendency to stick, for better or worse.

Perhaps you remember your first home? The colour of the walls, the markings on the floor, and which door led you to where?…   [continue reading]

The Best and Worst of Trailers [2016]

At first I was going to make this piece an overview of trailers in their entirety, using two from this year as examples. ย Instead, it occurred to me that i’d simply be stealing an upcoming subject from fellow writer, Ben Mulholland. ย As such, I thought it more befitting of me to look in depth at the two examples. ย One staggeringly bad, another breathtakingly good, there are a lot of meaty tangents to go off on from both.

Trailers, on the whole, are mere promotional tools to rally the populous. ย While they can be sometimes woefully inaccurate, it wouldn’t be unfair to judge a film or game by them. ย …   [continue reading]