Like the moth which flies miles to contact an irresistible lantern, only to die in its flame, the C languages continue to draw programmers to their nemesis.
How many times have you heard it said that mark-making is a sign of abstraction in painting?
The movie to accompany the Late Rembrandt exhibition. A worthy substitute for those who missed it, and an essential companion for those who went.
If you walk, cycle, or ride during the hours of dark, being seen by others – particularly drivers – can be critical to survival. Here are new products which could one day save your life.
How it came to be raining, but the weather will be fine and sunny.
News that a painting in the Serlachius Museum in Finland may be a member of Monet’s famous Grainstacks series might not be as good as it seems.
A single origin, many different meanings, and some irregularities to provoke the odd peeve.
Two simple questions: what is the carbon cost of what we eat? How can we choose products which have low carbon footprints? But are there answers?
The European Union recognises the need to update its copyright legislation. But are current proposals heading in the right direction?
There is a lot of bullshit about footwear. Even reputable and reliable opinions are seldom supported by much evidence. So what about ‘zero drop’ or ‘barefoot’ shoes? Great or misguided?