Monthly Archives: April 2016

Artificial Intelligence

I am listening to a podcast of an Ideas show concerning the impact of AI on the professions. In the show, Professor Richard Susskind is interviewed by the host, Paul Kennedy. The interview is interspaced with excerpts from a speech … Continue reading

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Textbooks

Today I received an introductory email from a major academic press. They had information I was teaching a particular course in the Fall semester and wanted to chat about a textbook, assuring me they would have some appropriate work. I … Continue reading

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Back at it!

I have rather neglected this blog for some time, but have decided to be good and post regularly from now on. Why you may ask? I attended an online conference sponsored by the Alliance of Independent Authors. One session was … Continue reading

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