Maths in crisis?

Maths is (still…) in crisis, according to a new report by Tony Gardiner of Birmingham University who calls for a national debate on how to rescue it. Meanwhile the Hefce […]

Professor Pod

It appears that one of the reasons the iPod is so popular is that it allows users to shut out the world and that therefore the long rumoured iTunes phone […]


This may seem very picky, but this review of Scrubs Season 1 DVD (out on Monday) caused me to pause, and think – shouldn’t I buy the NTSC version of […]


Hurrah! Doing a little light weeding as the evening became cooler I disturbed a frog. This is the first time I’ve met one outside of the pond, the first one […]