Highlighting the need for conservation: the power of Douglas Adams

In early March, the 13th Douglas Adams Memorial Lecture was presented by the New York Times best-selling author Neil Gaiman, who spoke on the enduring and timeless nature of Adams’ work. In his opening address, Gaiman said, “I would classify Douglas as a genius because he saw things differently and he was capable of communicating the wayContinue reading “Highlighting the need for conservation: the power of Douglas Adams”

do you have your towel?

According to Douglas Adams (in his best known work ‘Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’ at least) a person who knows where their towel is, is a person in control of any situation. If we proceed by this logic, and extrapolate this metaphor ever so slightly in applying it to our mundane world, it might beContinue reading “do you have your towel?”