My desk seems to be flooded with notices about smaller and cheaper computers these days. $9 is the new low. I, being a digital dinosaur, remember when a computer was something special and expensive. Now of course they are ubiquitous in our western world, but still pretty expensive. One of the big things that the […]
Technically, the new publication is a relaunch of the existing Scientriffic and The Helix as the Double Helix magazine. Launching in July, Double Helix is a “fun, inspiring and educational magazine with broad appeal for Australian kids and early teens”. I’ve long been a fan of the CSIROs blogs and email newsletters, like Maths & Stats by Email so a magazine from the same stable looks likely to be good.
Introductory prices of $49 (single subscription) or $370 (bulk subscription) are available until 31 August 2015.
For all the inspiring details see the Double Helix site.