[Img: part of my living room – is it techy, arty, muso, or academic?] It’s come to my notice recently that some ‘esteemed’ colleagues seem to be under the wildly inaccurate impression that technically minded people (whatever that means…) cannot be very academic. Maybe they think of them as slightly illiterate even. Certainly not the sort of people who are… Read more →
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