Posts from year 2012
Book Signing at Waterstones
On Wednesday 21 November 2012, on a wet and foggy November evening four members of Cambridge Writers got together at Waterstones in Cambridge to hold a book signing event.
Why I Wrote Life As It Could Be
It has to do with my previous career as a bioinformatician. I was squeezed in between biology and computer science—exciting, but also daunting as both are incredibly complex, far too complex for any individual to understand them as a whole. Another shared feature is that they are very dynamic. Computers evolve incredibly fast. Nature doesn’t in itself, but our understanding of it certainly does. And there are differences. Computers are more top down, machine-like (they are machines!) orderly and controlled. Nature, while we understand many of its parts, has a more 'alien' way of ‘thinking’. It is bottom up, seemingly chaotic, creative and emergent.