If these people cannot deal with the existence of views different to their own, they probably shouldn’t work in publishing
If grifting was the plan, it’s hard to figure out what the Krassenstein grift was
Encryption uses calculations which are easy to perform one-way round but almost impossible to reverse
Having a glass of wine rather than a cup of coffee always makes a difference
What’s happened to American culture?
Britain sends a clear picture to foreign adversaries about the costs of their online influence campaigns
For lazy journalists, Wikipedia is the only thing they read when ‘researching’ an article. And why not?
After four years of dialed-up-to-11 political engagement, does all that energy just evaporate?
Here are my story pitches
A week on from the New York Post story, we deserve answers
I was detained at JFK for texting a puerile joke to the President’s son
If a bombshell goes off in the forest and no one is allowed to talk about it, does it make a sound?
The three scientists who created it aren’t outliers or cranks, but professors at Oxford, Harvard and Stanford
Emails seem easy-going, but we’re using them for lots of work messages too
Resistance Twitter and the misinformation of the left
The company’s ‘Business Accused of Racist Behavior’ tag is straight out of the CCP playbook
The coronavirus appears to have claimed what remains of the Washington Post writer’s sanity
Smearing the Proud Boys as homophobes is a losing strategy
Jenny Lindsay, a skint freelance poet who was the subject of a whispering campaign, did not feel very powerful
How the culture war created a tribe of Lee Harvey Oswalds
The Tangled Web We Weave: Inside the Shadow System That Shapes the Internet by James Ball reviewed
I believe that I qualify for reparations from the white man who has kept me down and prevented me from achieving my full potential
The left is in a paroxysm of delight over the President’s diagnosis
I have spent many hours combing through the content and can confirm that it is vile in the extreme