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Depressed. I think my new boyfriend is a chatbot

Depressed. I think my new boyfriend is a chatbot

Depressed.  I think my new boyfriend is a chatbot. *Some names in this article have been changed to protect identities of real people and real businesses. If you are in the business of setting up a business (with funding at an all-time-low) the off-the-shelf website...

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Marketing done!

Marketing done!

I illustrated this cartoon some years ago when Roy Keane’s autobiography was coming out.  Having launched The Visual Time Traveller nine months before I was slowly beginning to understand why the publishers of celebrity-titles could hit the jackpot (marketing done!)...

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Too much information and how to make sense of it all

Too much information and how to make sense of it all

In the year 2000, not long after taking up my role as the Institute of Physics representative in Ireland, I was part of the Irish delegation that attended the Physics on stage conference being held at CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics. The first of...

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Don’t just take our word for it here are some comments from happy customers, we look forward to including yours

“I hope that more libraries have the good fortune to experience Alison and her fascinating book.”

Karen Wall, Director Mystic and Noank Library, Connecticut, U.S.

“Not only is she [Alison Hackett] forced to share a small city with da Vinci, he has even turned up in the same postal district.”

The Irish Times

“Alison Hackett reverses science into cultural history to gather it to herself, to construct a lens with which to explain the world, in a way that is at once fragmented, modern and alive.”

Architecture Ireland

“This is a labour of love, insanity, beauty and, perhaps, an attempt to reintegrate history, art and science together again.”

Irish Tech News

“An endearing kaleidoscopic view of history and human achievement.”

CARA (Aerlingus inflight) Magazine

“A beautiful, breathtaking account of human endeavour.”

Sunday Independent

“But that was only a hint of the ferment of ideas in Alison’s head. To express them more fully she founded a group called 21st Century Renaissance: dedicated to no less a thing than reviving the spirit of the original Renaissance.”

The Irish Times

"You have cheered up my life. Thank you so much.”

Alice, aged 10

“It's not just the history, it's not just the pictures- it's the whole package. Do you want to hang half the visuals up on your wall? Probably. Do you want a bit of a puzzle? - you've got it here.”

Mary Drechsler, Dublin

“This is a magnificent book, a treasure-house that is totally unique. Just the concept is exciting but the execution is brilliant, with every page a delight of illustration and design.”

Alan Sheehy-Skeffington, Dublin

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