Season’s Greetings! One year ago I started the Technobiophilia website as an experiment. I’d never set up a blog before and was curious to find out how it differed from the blogs I was very familiar with. Well, 12 months on and I’ve learned a lot, most particularly that although is a lot of fun,  I don’t want to maintain two blogs at the same time.


This is my main website. has been running since 2007 and is soon to be 10 years old. It contains a large archive of posts and information about my research throughout that period, including all my work on Technobiophilia: Nature and Cyberspace. It’s been fun writing a blog which focuses only on technobiophilia, but it feels odd to keep the two apart.

So I’ve been gradually migrating everything from Technobiophilia over to this site and repointing the domain name of over here too. Nothing will be lost, and everything will be tidy, I hope!


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I’m looking forward to reintegrating my research and fitting the pieces all back together again. In the meantime, thanks for your patience and I hope you won’t be able to see the join.

PS – one thing that’s neat about is that they offer you automatic website snow for the Christmas season. How can I resist? After all, it’s very technobiophilic!