The titular book by Alan Watts is best in small, digestible pieces. It's a good read and goes well with exploring the role of culture in "self help." The exegesis of Buddhism as "loyal opposition" to the cultural norms was thought-provoking, to say the least!
Alan Turing was born on this date, June 23. As heartbreaking as his personal story can be, his work is fundamental to understanding the intersection of math and intelligence.
As intelligence takes on so many connotations when studied, so does Alan's work and his life.
I hope that emotional intelligence will be a hallmark to computer development. It would be a fitting extension to what has happened and how to make effective change.