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Syndicated september 1, 2016

How "Sent From My iPhone" Became A Key Piece Of Net Etiquette

Once considered a crass way of showing off, the sign-off is now a nod of acknowledgement that we are doing the best we can

Syndicated august 19, 2016

What Does Olympic Success Mean For Female Journalists?

The Rio Olympics have seen sportswomen in the spotlight but female sports journalists still find it hard to break through

Syndicated july 13, 2016

In The World Of Augmented Reality, Who Owns Your Digital Space?

The collision of real and virtual worlds will cause problems as AR gaming grows

Syndicated april 6, 2016

Terraform New York City's Central Park? Why Not?

Outlandish architectural proposals help us imagine the future, and what better place for it than NY?

Luxury march 4, 2016

Driverless Cars Are the Future. We're Living in the Motorized Middle Ages

Our driverless future will transform our urban spaces, and the routes between them

Mobile february 23, 2016

How Might News Websites Survive a Distribution Squeeze?

Adblocking and social platforms threaten to block the pipes that lead to readers

Work january 6, 2016

Inventor of Pop-Up Ads: 2016 Could Be When Web Advertising Realizes We Don’t Want to Be Monitored

Everyone hates web adverts—except those people developing intrusive technology to force them on us

Innovation december 21, 2015

Design May Help Us Find Digital Tools to Cope With Extreme Weather

From relief drones to 3D-printed food and medicine, technology designers can play a vital role keeping us safe in emergencies

Arts & Culture december 1, 2015

Who Owns Our Cities—And Why This Urban Takeover Should Concern Us All

The huge post-credit crunch buying up of urban buildings by corporations has significant implications for equity, democracy and rights

Luxury october 2, 2015

The Way to Kill a Destination City? Chase Out the Poor People—And Their Food

When greed makes a place like New York or London unaffordable, the non-wealthy leave, and the city loses the smells and tastes that made it great

Advertising september 30, 2015

Hysterical Consumerism Ruins Food. And Holidays. And Books

Retailers who want to satisfy all appetites at once should remember that there can be too much of a good thing

Sustainability july 15, 2015

Why Cities, And Their People, Need More Than Protected Views

Writer and urbanist Leo Hollis considers changing policies around protected views, which seek to preserve a city's history and skyline amid increasing urban development

Work june 22, 2015

Game of Thrones' Most Epic Subplot: Its Fashion

The Lannisters, Wildlings and Danaerys (and whomever else might be left over from a killer Season 5 finale) are still influencing the real fashion world

Arts & Culture june 17, 2015

Bottling the Smell of Dead Loved Ones Won’t Capture Their Essence

A company promises to provide ‘olfactory comfort’ by making a perfume from the distilled scent of our dearly departed

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