Friday Sep 20th, 2013

When are bridges public art?

By David Blockley
The costly controversy over the abandonment of the ambitious Wear Bridge scheme and current plans by Sunderland City Council to ‘reduce down to a simpler design’ is a manifestation of what can happen when thinking about various forms of art is confounded. read more »

Monday Apr 14th, 2014

An interview with Brian Hughes, digital strategist

Brian Hughes discusses his role in developing Oxford University Press’s online program
Thursday Apr 10th, 2014

A conversation with Alberto Gallace

We talk to researched Alberto Gallace about touch, being tactile, and the future of his field
Saturday Apr 5th, 2014

A doctrine of ‘market sovereignty’ to solve international law issues on the Internet?

Dan Jerker B. Svantesson on jurisdictional rules
Monday Mar 31st, 2014

Is there a “cyber war” between Ukraine and Russia?

And does the law of armed conflict apply to it?
Mar 30th, 2014

Dopamine, Twitter, and the bilingual brain

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Mar 5th, 2014

Something to like about bitcoin

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Feb 12th, 2014

Peak shopping and the decline of traditional retail

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Jan 19th, 2014

How secure are you?

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