cherrybee75: How to Write About Characters Who Are Smarter Than You “Like many stories, this one ends with a funny circularity. My first book had been about a genius novelist: Arthur Conan Doyle. I then wrote a movie about a … Continue reading
In 1959, Alan Turing’s mother wrote a fascinating biography of her son. Still in mourning when she wrote this, there’s so much about his life that she couldn’t, or wouldn’t, understand. But it offers some incredibly intimate insights into his … Continue reading
The Enigmatic Patterns bookplates just arrived!
New stickers arrived! These are twice the size of the original Turing Machine stickers. Available soon at the Enigmatic Patterns store! Also available soon? Bookmarks! Of course, depending on the tier, Kickstarter backers will be getting these when the book … Continue reading
Dear Woodger, Unfortunately Wilkinson & I have both arranged to go on leave just this moment when you are coming back. I expect you can keep yourself fairly busy though. You could:
1) Do ROOT, OUTPUT
2) Try and help other people in Division doing ACE jobs.
3) Read the folder
4) Read some good book
I hope you really are all right. It is a shame to have you come back and find the place deserted. You might be wise to have a relapse for a week.
Love Alan Turing’s letters… One thing I think The Imitation Game got wrong was his sense of humor, warmth, and close friendships. Many people have spoken about him fondly, and his letters are usually full of charm and little jokes.
Coming soon? Turing Machine pillows and tank tops!
punklock: Enigma Tomorrow is your very last chance to watch The Imitation Game as part of the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival! If you’re in South Florida, come catch this movie in theaters while you can.