Monday, 25 November 2019

Oh, And If You’re Wondering...

... What to get that special someone for Christmas...


Na Roa, Katoa.


Ka kite koe i nga marama e toru.


Catch You on the Flip Side

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Tuesday, 22 October 2019

The Transformation of CondΓ© Nast


How a media mogul defined class and invented the modern magazine.


A History of Chop Suey


A dish which arrived with the Gold Rush, spread with the railway and endured prohibition was Chinese by origin, but claimed by America.


The Harrowing Hours and Defiant Aftermath...

 ... of the New Zealand mosque shootings.





I’m Convinced We Found Evidence of Life on Mars in the 1970s

The Labeled Release experiment on the Viking mission reported positive results, although most have dismissed them as inorganic chemical reactions.



50 of the World's Best Bread

Not for paleoholics.


Saharan Desert Ants

 Gallop at a blistering 108 body lengths per second.


Understanding the Anthropocene Extinction, Regenerating Cartilage and More...


Autism and touch, a prosthetic that feels and where’s my Lyme vaccine?


Bruce Chatwin Was the Internet Before the Internet Existed


The legacy of the late British writer and journalist shows us how the internet could be — a place where reality is not distorted but enriched by its users.


Wednesday, 25 September 2019

Not Your Tibetan Buddhism


Behind the beatific image of Tibetan Buddhism lies a dark, complicated reality. But is it one the Western gaze wants to see?


Tuesday, 24 September 2019

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

For six years they managed to elude the most powerful detectives on the planet and outrun their past across the wilds of South America.


How Cities Reshape the Evolutionary Path of Urban Wildlife


If researchers can figure out how pigeons and rats evolve to thrive in hostile city habitats, it could help other beasts—including us—adapt to climate change.


The Well-educated Person


If we took Aristotle seriously we would revolutionize our educational systems to enable citizens to learn throughout life.


A Sage on the Ward


Good nurses are attuned to the lived experience of patients. Can the theory of phenomenology add more to their practice?