Good for finding out about new releases. I don’t take the reviews too seriously unless they agree with my opinions 🙂
I rarely have time to read the print edition but can get my su doku fix here.
This site isn’t particularly pretty. In fact Sean Day, whose site this is, has got the colours all wrong 😉 Nevertheless, it is a good place to start if you have an interest in synaesthesia. I’ve subscribed to the ‘Synaesthesia List’ for several years now and found it an excellent source of discussion of experiences, research and news.
Did you know that Richard Feynman was probably a synaesthete?
Winner of the 1965 Nobel Prize in Physics, Feynman had coloured letters and numbers.
When I see equations, I see the letters in colors – I don’t know why. As I’m talking, I see vague pictures of Bessel functions from Jahnke and Emde’s book, with light-tan j’s, slightly violet-bluish n’s, and dark brown x’s flying around. And I wonder what the hell it must look like to the students.
Feynman, Richard. 1988. What Do You Care What Other People Think?