Thursday, 17 September 2015

Wednesday, 16 September 2015

Only 60 per cent of Books Purchased are ever Opened

That could explain a lot.

It’s OK to Be a Luddite.

Mocking people who fear technology’s dehumanizing creep is easy. Here’s why they have a point.

Need More Bears.

Confronting Islamic Jihad


Zimbabwe Seized White Farmers’ Land.

More of them.

The Arctic's Mosquito Problem Is Getting Worse


Japan, and How I Failed to Figure it Out

Everything is odd.

Anthony Bourdain'S 12 Greatest Quotes about Drinking

Best job in the world.

The Bioethics Dilemma

The trouble with putting too much weight in a bioethicist's opinion.

Monday, 14 September 2015

Obama's Syrian Nightmare

Roger Cohen gets something right.

Well-aimed and Powerful

The death of the shuttle, the moon hoax conspiracy theory, and why one man deserved to be punched in the damn mouth by Buzz Aldrin.

What Makes Work Meaningful?

Ask a zookeeper.

To Boldly Go Where No Body Has Gone Before

What to do when an astronaut dies in space.

Sex and Suffering

The Tragic Life of the Courtesan in Japan's Floating World.

Gallons of Water to Produce Foods

From steak to mangoes, here are some water-hogging foods.

The AI Revolution: Our Immortality or Extinction

The last invention we’ll ever make.

The AI Revolution: The Road to Superintelligence

What does it feel like to stand here?

There Is No Theory of Everything

The great thing about one’s teachers

The First-Person Industrial Complex

Telling your story comes with a price.