The modern gulf between arts/humanities and sciences has no sound historical basis.
Even a modern heating system loses heat through the flue.
Sitting in the cool of an autumn morning, chatting over coffee.
How we should make time and opportunity to exercise our skills, whether painting, cooking, or ham radio.
A thermal landscape complete with downs, a village, and a stately home.
Revisiting the problem of how best to encode English text for transmission in messages.
The tree stands out against the sky because of the Greenhouse Effect.
Cows in a field of short grass, with chalk Downs behind.
Why, when only too keen to point out our individuality, do we deny it of others?
With three whole chapters about the comma alone, anyone interested in English should read this book.