Orientation in time is normal and presupposed by almost any social interaction. We do not need to have a clock in order to know what time it is now – we may simply “tell the time” by relating our personal now with any external physical process (be it a movement of the hand of a […]Read more "How do mentally ill people experience time?"
Who of the creators of the first bulky transistor could have imagined that their creation would change the world so dramatically in a span of only 50 years? Today, we are completely dependent on electronics, with an estimated 1,200 quintillion transistors being used in everything from our mobile phones to our washing machines. And our thirst […]Read more "Towards A Brighter Future For Computing"