"...I found myself lingering over certain images with the enthusiasm of a student, being fired-up to go out and do better..."Read More
"...There are many issues with social media, from its corrosion of civic life to its cultural shallowness, but the argument I want to make here is more pragmatic: You should quit social media because it can hurt your career..."Read More
David Von Drehle’s fantastic overview of this slow motion descent into the abyss is so brilliantly constructed you are left with the feeling Trump has carefully and craftily put one over on all of us.Read More
If you travel in town a lot you'll find this fascinating. And possibly it'll explain a few late arrivals.
Oliver O’Brien, a researcher at UCL, took data published by Transport for London (TfL) and created a remarkable analysis of the city's over-subscribed underground railways. TfL recorded the exact number of people exiting and entering tube stations every 15 minutes to build a map of the daily journeys of the city’s millions of commuters.
To my mind this is where the web excels, an amazing piece of work. I originally saw this on Wired magazine's terrific website.