What I hope readers take away from my book that captures the Sydney Opera House as a living thing is a David Attenbourghian sense of discovery. Of encountering an ecosystem, being thrilled and amazed by the behaviour of the creatures you find there, the complexity of their reliance upon one another, and surprised by the … Continue reading Being David Attenborough in my Sydney Opera House Book.
Thank god for Visionaire they’ve so thoroughly and regularly re-invented the form of a book, and what the activity of reading is, that they’ve provided a reference point for any unusual publishing project. They might well have become a noun. To publish inventively is to Visionaire, as in “I’m Visionairing a book on how industrial robots … Continue reading Visionaireing a book on robotics