Six weeks of listening to adults coming up with creative ways to call each other a wanker. As if we hadn't had enough already, it's election time again.
The media are turning science into clickbait. In doing so, they muddle real science with nonsense science and risk people dismissing science.
"We are sleepwalking into a surveillance society". This week, I think we're there.
Since ATOS think it's okay to ask depression sufferers why they haven't killed themselves, let's examine some of the myths about depression.
When your descriptions of potentially offensive or objectionable content seem to go unnoticed, stick a few coloured badges on your movies. That'll fix it.
When our public discourse is driven by our fears, then anger becomes big business. Division isn't a problem looking for a solution but an opportunity to capitalise on people's addiction to fear.
International Men's Day is November 19th. When you criticise International Women's Day for having no male equivalent, you're simply proving you don't care.
A country that works for everyone! Except for technology. Technology should only work for Theresa May, which is worrying because she doesn't know the first thing about any of it.
The more people try and push adverts, the more they push people to adblockers. Perhaps it is time to review some of these stupid practices?
Jon Ronson's podcast, The Last Days of August, paints a picture of a tragic series of events culminating in the loss of a young woman.
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