The Airlander 10, part plane, part airship, flies for the first time (kind of) at Cardington airfield in Bedfordshire
At the Maariv intersection in downtown Tel Aviv.
‘The world of publishing has evolved one small step and then stopped,’ says a digital entrepreneur, one of three whose Israeli startup is collaborating with the venerable Oxford University Press.
Just catching up from my holidays…read this piece I wrote for Publishing Perspectives back in July in full below or by following this link
“Croydon is an ambitious town and they demonstrate it in a concrete way.”
Back from holiday and back posting…
It was great that my editor at the i newspaper remembered my Croydon connection and asked me to cover the National Trust’s Croydon Edge City walking tours of Croydon.
Check out my take on them below in full or the original here.
Geni, a fully autonomous electric pod, and its team of Oxford engineers
A company started by Oxford academics is a driving force behind autonomous vehicle technology. Mark Piesing was invited along for a ride in their new self-driving vehicle.
Read my first piece for the i newspaper and double page colour spread in full below or the original here.
It was great to be invited to cover the launch of the Geni along with the BBC, The Economist and MIT Tech Review.
Continue reading “Going for a test drive in the smart car revolution”
We’ve been waiting for another type of book for the last two years,’ says one editor in Paris. So far, though, it’s a dystopian fiction double-down. To some in Europe, ‘This is another wave of Americanization.’
Read my hit – and controversial – piece on the future of Dystopian fiction for Publishing Perspectives in full below or the original here.
‘Ebooks are essentially Web sites in wrappers. So what happens if you take the wrappers off?’ One answer: Strata’s layered world.
Read my latest hit story for Publishing Perspectives in full below or by clicking here to read the original.
‘For publishers,’ says author and publisher Michael Baskhar, curation is ‘about the value of what we do in a world where there is, frankly, far too much to read.’
Check out my latest hit piece for Publishing Perspectives in full below or by following this link to the original.