The man who saved the Internet;
Thirty-six Thousand Feet Under the Sea | The New Yorker
Russia’s interference in 2016 may wind up remembered as the experimental prelude “that foreshadowed the attack of 2020.”
For those like me who used Play.com way back when
In 2005, Helios flight 522 crashed into a Greek hillside. Was it because one man forgot to flip a switch? (spoiler, no)
Odd chat between Michaela Coel and Donald Glover.
Good article, I’ve seen it happen for real
This, on Johnson, is quite superb:
Niamh McIntyre on LTNs:
I found this very interesting: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2021/04/26/the-incredible-rise-of-north-koreas-hacking-army
I think Donald McRae is one of the best sports interviewers out there, and this interview with Rob and Lindsey Burrow is well worth a read.
Motor Neurone Disease is an absolute bastard, but their attitude to it is heart warming. One of my best friends from school died from it last year, and wrote a book about it before he died that I still can't bring myself to read because I know it'll upset me enormously.
A lesson in Abermankönntedocheinfach
Good article that; thanks.
Is this now officially a loan word in English?
I’d be borrowing it if I could pronounce it!
PM me your phone number and I'll teach you. :)
We talk about little else in Ruislip.
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