Experience: I dreamed a symphony, then composed it
Relaxing rain audio for work, play and sleep
The shape of an economy
Modelling the economy is easy, right? Here's how it works: An increase in output increases employees' wages (the more you make the more you earn), which leads to more consumption (the more you earn...
For sale: Britain's remotest bookshop
Book Country: Discover New Fiction with the Genre Map
Read, explore, and review original genre fiction with an active community of writers, readers, and experts.
50 Open Source Tools to Make Your Life Easier
The open source community is vibrant, continually growing, and just loves to create applications and tools to make lives easier. Here are 50 of our
Men find it hard to read female emotions, say scientists...
Cover girls: this year's book jacket fashions
Was George III a manic depressive?
The stories behind Britain's most beloved buildings
Using stunning vintage images, Colin Philpott explains the remarkable histories of beloved British spaces - from the Haçienda to the Southbank
London's Changing Population
A few weeks ago I was approached by BBC London to carry out a bit of analysis in relation to London's ever-changing and growing immigrant population. Obviously something more interesting came along...