Let’s start with a bit of culture…

Crossing Borders brochure

• Sabina Smith, who used to be the editor of Butterworths/Lexis Nexis UK’s online legal news service, has an exhibition of her paintings on at the Lightgallery, Porchester Place, London W2. The show runs from 21-to-24 May. www.sabinasmith.com

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Meanwhile Isobel Williams, who wrote the last month’s very popular blog posting on how to get the best out of your PR advisers legaltechnology.com/latest-news/how-to-get-the-best-out-of-your-pr-advisers/b has been sketching in the Supreme Court and just produced some illustrations from the Bank Mellat v Her Majesty’s Treasury case http://izzybody.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/supreme-court-art-bank-mellat-and.html Isobel has also had work accepted for the 4th International Conference on Comics & Medicine which takes place in Brighton on 5-to-7 July. www.graphicmedicine.org/comics-and-medicine-conferences/2013-brighton/

Xerox Alto

• Finally, Vintage Computers… roll-up for the Vintage Computer Festival Southeast 1.0 which takes place in Roswell, Georgia (that’s the one near Atlanta, not the one where the UFO may or may not have crashed) on 20 & 21 April. There are full details here http://vintage.org/2013/southeast/index.php and if you have any questions email David Greelish, Director, Vintage Computer Festival Southeast 1.0 at david@classiccomputing.com Our picture shows a Xerox Alto.