28th May 2016

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Weekend Reading

The Ukrainian Hacker Who Became the FBI’s Best Weapon—And Worst Nightmare One Thursday in January 2001, Maksym Igor Popov, a 20-year-old Ukrainian man, walked nervously through the doors of the United States embassy in London….

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25th May 2016

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Less to say

I’ve hit a strange point in my use of social media recently. I don’t know if it’s a good thing or a bad thing but I am definitely using it less. I don’t check Twitter,…

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21st May 2016

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Weekend Reading

Until I was a man, I had no idea how good men had it at work Testosterone made my voice low. Really low. So low that I am almost impossible to hear in a loud…

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19th May 2016

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The days slip away

Rise to the chime. The bleary eyed shuffle and the morning ablutions. Take your pills. Dress yourself. Brush your teeth every day. Floss not often enough. The scold of the dental hygienist awaits! Then to…

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14th May 2016

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Apostrophe-gate The Watergate scandal produced a number of far-reaching effects. It brought down a president. It created a new era of disillusionment with politics. And, more important for my purposes, it spawned one of the…

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11th May 2016

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Only one

“Ask yourself if you would do it if nobody would ever see it, you would never be compensated for it and nobody wanted it.” – Ernst Haas (via) There must be a reason I write….

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7th May 2016

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Weekend Reading

Apologies for the hiatus; ’twas a mixture of illness on my behalf, and illness on behalf some of the services I use to compile this list. Here are some articles that caught my attention over…

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