I went to close an enlarged view of a painting, and a Macintalk-like robot voice announced that my Mac was compromised.
Should we worry about claimed adverse effects of smartphones on book reading? And who suffers most if we close libraries?
The deadlines which the European Commission has set itself to fix the broken VAT system are all mañana and make-believe
Ask Google Translate to turn the Hungarian for “I am learning Hungarian” into French, and it tells you that I am learning English, in French.
This week’s crisis problem: are cat food pouches recyclable? Or does it even matter?
An explanation and apology for yesterday’s April foolery: and the paintings correctly attributed.
Spoof was originally a card game. But why April fools? A quick trip around trickery.
Thanks to painstaking work in the Mouton-Rothschild Collection, a new artist is being added to the canon of Impressionists.
One reason for the continuing popularity of more traditional means of storytelling is their lack of explicitness, and reliance on the imagination.
The artist gives an account of three paintings from her forthcoming book, a highly successful Kickstart project.