Weekend Reading

Quieter week as I've spent most of my time reading documents at work so a bit 'over reader'. The Generation That Doesn't Remember Life Before Smartphones Down a locker-lined hallway at Lawrence Central High School in Indianapolis, Zac Felli, a junior, walks to his first class of the day. He wears tortoiseshell glasses and is

Weekend Reading

Obviously a lot of the focus of the news has been, rightly, the terrorist attacks in Paris, Beirut and Mali. This list feels frivolous but perhaps it's good to 'look away' for a few moments. Secret Chambers, Grain Silos and the Long, Long History of Pyramid Conspiracy Theories The Giza Pyramid complex, photographed by Eduard

Weekend Reading

I'm realising the links I'm choosing for these posts are rapidly forming a pretty good picture of my interests, this week is no different. Why The Machines That Dig Tunnels Are Always Named After Women Tunnel Boring Machines, or TBMs, are some of the most fascinating manufacturers of our infrastructure: Two-ton primary-colored cylinders with jagged