No, I haven't lost interest in Persona Paper over the last few days - I've just been incredibly busy finishing an eBook. Now it's done, and it was an emotional experience.
I've written several eBooks already (you can find them on Amazon; just search for Fergus Mason - hint, hint!) but this one was a biography of Alan Turing. I already knew quite a lot about Turing but now I know a lot more. I'm coming away from this awed by his intellect and flexibility, and deeply saddened by how his life came to such a pointless, unjust end. I'm sitting here in a free, democratic country typing this on a computer, and without him and what he did neither of those things would be possible.
It's sixty years and one week since Alan Turing died, but his achievements are very much still with us.
The image was taken by the Elliott & Fry photo studio in 1951, when Turing was elected to the Royal Society.
Image Credit » Public domain image from the Royal Society.