Currently busy working on my third book, a novel as yet untitled. It would probably drop nicely into the Young Adult category. I hope to have it ready for release by the end of November.
VR is still in its early stages, but a look back in history, from Vaudeville to journalism, may help us predict how the technology will find its footing.
The writer, theorist and academic Mark Fisher recently set up a Facebook page called ‘Boring Dystopia’, and invited the submission of photographs of Britain in the 21st century to illustrate the concept. Manifestations of dullness and decay have long been an interest of mine, particularly the places where the banal and the broken intersect, and the true, terrible, tedious horror of modern life is revealed.
Sounds very excessive. Why would anyone pay that much? I used to think Evian was expensive.
In 2014, the International Space Station had to move three times to avoid lethal chunks of space debris. The problem also threatens crucial and costly satellites in orbit. So what is the scale of the space junk problem, and what can we do about it?
The Vertu comes with a super-robust sapphire display screen and boasts 64GB of internal memory. It has a 13 megapixel camera and also claims to have 300 hours stand-by battery life.
It’s a top spec with a top price tag - but before you start selling the family silver you no longer need to dig that deep for a decent smartphone, said CSS Insight analyst Ben Wood.
“I think £200 is a lot of money for a phone now,” he told the BBC.
A US photographer has launched an internet hunt to find two mysterious women pictured on an old roll of film she discovered in a second-hand shop.