Two articles covering different aspects of the fact thatÂ policy always has to follow developments in the world and is always rushing to keep up. This often leads to terrible law-making. On privacy, Â aÂ postulated axiom: the defense of privacy follows, and never precedes, the emergence of new technologies for the exposure of secrets Lots of interest in the article: the discussion …
I’m not sure that’s quite the right recipe to be pushing given the article I’d just read…
Not sure where to begin with this. It’s popular, though.
Yes, yes, yes! This looks fantastic. http://youtu.be/unnLg1TPCYM
Radishes dipped in ersatz Boursin followed by mains and then Camembert and St Marcellin. Nice work Olivier.
https://com.google/ The only April fool you need other than the Google maps Pac Man.
Just a one day pop up, sadly. And maybe a bit lardy for lunch…
Some useful numbers on the watch industry before the Apple watch appears. As a sidebar, it explains why there are so many watch shops in Hong Kong: we buy 20% of the world’s watches by value (or did – they are surely mostly for China, and this will drop thanks to the corruption creak down). http://www.statisticbrain.com/wrist-watch-industry-statistics/
Bravo. “Fifty Shades Of Grey” by review in haiku. Whip-smart this is not Not very titillating A bit like torture
Must read. Universal healthcare works, doesn’t have to be expensive and benefits all. Ditto for drug legalisation.