On December 14, 2019 Annalee Newitz in the New Scientist wrote: ‘Who owns your face? Smart doorbells containing cameras can be fun, but we can’t be sure what pictures of our faces are used for – and that’s just the tip of the iceberg’ The data captured by these devices is uploaded to server farms where the data is mined for the ‘better-good’ of the company supplying the device, ‘but also … [Read More...]
A Bitter Field by Jack Ludlow My rating: 4 of 5 stars Firstly the cover of the book is not exactly enticing, its pale green and shadowy buildings with and imposed black figure is supposed to refer to … [Read More...]
During my London visit last year I visited the Royal Academy W1S 3ET for a number of exhibitions, one of which was “Mali Morris RA, ‘On Paper’”. I love visiting museums and galleries and … [Read More...]
Meltdown. Andy McNab and Robert Rigby by Robert RigbyMy rating: 5 of 5 stars My book reviews end to be short and direct. I feel that reading the book yourself is the best review. This series of … [Read More...]
Since I have been a small boy I have had a fascination with espionage (in particular codes and cyphers) which these days have turned into novels and non-fiction books on espionage. I also developed a … [Read More...]
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