Friday, June 22, 2012

New Scientist's Instant Expert on Alan Turing now free to non-subscribers

Tomorrow is the 100th anniversary of the birth of Alan Turing and earlier this year I was asked to write a special supplement for New Scientist covering his life and work.  The supplement was in the June 1 edition of the physical magazine and available on line to subscribers only.

This morning a gentle nudge of New Scientist persuaded them to make the entire thing open to anyone who registers on their site.  You don't have to pay, just register.  The complete thing is here.

The individual articles in the special are:
A big thank you to New Scientist for making this available to all.


mikecane said...

In the U.S., I'm being asked to log in to read each article. If this is UK-only, maybe that should be prominently noted.

doranchak said...

Great articles; thanks for sharing them!

Leatherworking Reverend said...

I'm sure the articles are great, but after 18 attempts being met with a message "we seem to be having some trouble with your information" I'll just have to miss out.