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Cities march 17, 2016

The 10 Best Places for Reflection

From Reykjavik to Tate Modern, we look at spaces to inspire contemplation

Culture february 1, 2016

AI That Wants to Read Your Mind and Run Your Life

The team behind Siri has a new idea

Advertising 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

Advertising february 3, 2015

Reports of the Ebook’s Death May Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

Reports that physical books are gaining ground at the expense of digital are just plain wrong

Cities july 1, 2014

Famous Dutch Paintings Glow With Renewed Colors Thanks To LED Lighting

The refurbished museum features classic paintings once again.

Cities january 14, 2014

Google Bus Drives Straight Through San Francisco Poverty Issue

The California tech industry has had unfortunate side effects on the city – including startup bosses complaining about the homeless.

Advertising december 29, 2013

A Look Back At The Life Of Science-Fiction Writer Iain Banks

The writer's former press officer recounts their warm friendship.

Cities december 29, 2013

Novelist Elmore Leonard Remembered By His Son

The American crime writer's son, himself a writer, remembers him as a down-to-earth and fun dad

Cities november 5, 2013

Why The ‘Humans Of New York’ Series Is So Popular

Georgia native and ex-Chicago bond trader didn't predict the overwhelming success of his NYC photo blog.

Culture october 31, 2013

YouTube For Books Puts Literary Spin On Social Networking

Catering to a community of millions, Wattpad is all about getting writers and their stories online.

Cities october 8, 2013

Why Online Privacy Can’t Be Saved By Laws

Predictive analytics have made it too easy to piece together information on various subjects despite efforts by the legal system.

Syndicated september 20, 2013

Has The NSA Destroyed Our Trust Of The Cloud?

Why the government's activities are inflicting a massive blow on US computer businesses.

Cities september 12, 2013

Why EReaders Make More Sense For The Developing World

A research shows that the devices could be far more practical than paper books to raise literacy levels among african children.

Advertising july 16, 2013

Charting The Rise Of The Selfie

Are these personal photos just amusing snapshots or a dangerous sign of narcissistic addiction in western society?


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