This was done quickly with the easy-to-use Paper by 53 Application that simulates a notebook with pages you can flip through. I only have the free App, but will be investigating it a bit more. One can share it via Dropbox in an Adobe pdf (Tickled Pink) and it works great with CloudOn, where I will now fiddle around with adding text, etc. As always, it will probably help to read the instructions…if that works for you.
“Brian Cox (no Wikipedia entry) and Robin Ince are joined by comedian Jo Brand and neuroscientists Sophie Scott and Brian Butterworth to ask whether science will ever be able to really understand the human mind.”
which tells you why your parents should have tickled you more.
- Dara O Briain’s Science Club, BBC Two, review (telegraph.co.uk)
- Geeks, comedians and academics are putting the fun back into science | Alok Jha (guardian.co.uk)
- This ‘Lord of the Rings’ Trailer Reveals the Hobbit-Tickling Truth (mashable.com)