On my way to Paris to attend a computer ethics conference, I had a chance to watch 'Her', a movie where the main character falls in love with his own operating system (a software program that functions as a personal assistant). The story is quite straightforward; having broken up with his real life wife, our … Continue reading ‘Her’
Recently I was asked to do an interview with an online newspaper on higher education on the plagiarism by a student at the university. The incidence has sparked worldwide attention. The news article is here, and below is the full text of my interview: *** 1. Do you think this case which has received quite … Continue reading Three Questions on Plagiarism and Chulalongkorn University
I am trying out the new WordPress program, but I just don't know how to turn the picture of my cat so it looks right. So you have to turn it yourself.
This post is being typed and sent directly from my Samsung phone using the new WordPress for Android app. Isn't this cool? Posted from WordPress for Android
If you have visited this page before, you might have noticed that the page sports a new look. Instead of the picture of the "horse nebula" that appeared on the previous design, now you are seeing a picture of a desert. This is no ordinary desert, but it's from Mars. What looks like a mountain … Continue reading New Look
Last Saturday my son Ken and I went to see the movie Avatar together. It was Children's Day in Thailand, and I first thought of taking Ken to the newly opened "Thailand Knowledge Park" at the Central World Shopping Mall. We did spend some time there but in the end we went to see the … Continue reading Avatar and Spirituality
I have participated in a survey on the future of the Internet in Thailand. Probably they will disseminate the result soon. If you are interested, here is the URL: http://netfuture.wordpress.com/ I promised them to say something about my ideas about the future of the Net too. Well, I have read some astrology books (not seriously … Continue reading Future of Internet