I want to introduce you to a concept today that I call the body of knowledge. I’ve seen it crop up in many places across the internet and it seems to be a common lesson but many people still seem to forget it and its meaning. As a PhD candidate with a family, an active student […]Read more "The Body of Knowledge"
Words by: Richard Matthews for On Dit via Nuclear: The Unlikely Environmental Hero | Adelaide University Union Netflix is a fantastic service for procrastination and education alike. I recently binge watched Kampen om tungtvannet or The Heavy Water Wars, a miniseries documenting the lives of key players during WWII over the procurement of deuterium oxide for […]Read more "Nuclear: The Unlikely Environmental Hero | Adelaide University Union"
Pokemon Go is a viral Augmented Reality (AR) game for Android and iOS. Recent revelations show that some users have been required to grant the app full access to their Google account prompting many to start citing security concerns. AR is a new genre of gameplay which takes interaction by the player in the real world as […]Read more "Pokemon Go – Trusting an Augmented World"
This article was originally published on May 11, 2015 for The Conversation. Read the original article. Richard Matthews, University of Adelaide The November 1972 issue of Playboy magazine is the magazine’s best selling issue of all time. This is not because of the articles, but due to the proliferation of one iconic image from the […]Read more "The Playboy centrefold at the centre of computer science"