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Turing’s Sneakers

Nike has shaken up a sport that was almost unchanged from the dawn of human civilisation


Alan Mathison Turing (1912–1954) is often referred to as the father of modern computing. As digital technology becomes the central fulcrum of global culture and commerce, Turing is treated as a modern Prometheus, and his fame is only increasing. His death, as dramatised in the Benedict…




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Neel Dozome

Neel Dozome

I write about type history and books culture, with a particular interest in graphic novels. Can almost do a hand stand.

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