Where do geeks go on holiday?
When I hit the beaches of Magaluf every summer - a pint of Estrella in one hand, a rolled-up Daily Star in the other - the furthest thing from my mind, without question, is the Alan Turing Memorial in Manchester. Don't get me wrong, it's a cracking bronze casting to honour the founding father of computer science, it's just I'd rather be dicking about in the sea on lilo.
Plenty of folk prefer their holidays a little more cerebral, however, and for those folk there is The Geek Atlas - a travel guide to locations around the globe that have been at the centre of mankind's greatest scientific and technological breakthroughs.
From the Horn Antenna in New Jersey, where the Big Bang theory was confirmed to The Trinity Test Site in New Mexico, where the first atomic bomb was exploded - it's like a pub crawl, but with a degree. And air travel. And no pubs.