Monthly Archives: September 2014

Tweetable architecture

Quite probably the most world-renowned architect of the 21st century, Zaha Hadid, has been recently commissioned to design a new fluid dynamics exhibition in the London Science Museum. It will certainly add much more depth than its current collection of … Continue reading

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Tributes to cryptanalysts

Earlier on cp4space, I mentioned how there were a couple of planned tributes to Alan Turing and Bill Tutte. Subsequently, both of these projects have since been completed. Firstly, the premiere of A Man From The Future was performed by the … Continue reading

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Hyperbolic Minecraft

(Firstly, this is a test to see whether WordPress is configured to automatically link to cp4space posts as tweets from apgox. Hopefully it will succeed.) Yesterday, I received a rather interesting e-mail from Tim Hutton, lead developer of the reaction-diffusion … Continue reading

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