Bloggers strike first
By Kathryn Corrick - 14 February 12:00

Iran -

US sinners repent
By Tony Grayling - 14 February 12:00

Observations on global warming

Blame the government
By Margaret Cook - 07 February 12:00

Observations on HIV

The Download
By Dan Hancox - 07 February 12:00

The download revolution has begun. Last year, legal song downloads increased tenfold to more than 200 million worldwide. Illegal downloads fell by only 30 million, to 870 million, but the tide seems to be turning.

In Brussels, the lobbyocracy rules
By Barbara Gunnell - 07 February 12:00

EU laws affect us all, but it's the corporate lobbyists who have the biggest influence on them. Thei

America - Andrew Stephen watches the paper line up to vote
By Andrew Stephen - 07 February 12:00

If academia were truly free-thinking, it would accept that the possibility of innate differences bet

Why we all need to get out more
By David Nicholson-Lord - 24 January 12:00

Humanity has gone back to its origins. We live in caves again, but the cave is now a glass palace. D

The business - Patrick Hosking logs on to
By Patrick Hosking - 17 January 12:00

Can Britons emulate Americans and start websites that slag off big companies?

A new medium comes of age
By Paul O'Grady - 10 January 12:00

Tsunami 3: Internet bloggers have already made their mark in Iraq. Now, as disaster hits Asia, they

Sailing into the future
By Alex Greenwood - 10 January 12:00

New Statesman/BT round table - Manchester and the north-west are full of paradoxes. The city is at t

Smaller gut, bigger brain
By Margaret Cook - 10 January 12:00

Observations on human evolution

How to spread the net
By Tom Armitage - 01 January 12:00

2005: New media - Tom Armitage explains how public service websites could be made far more accessibl

Nature, the most deadly bio-terrorist of all
By Robin McKie - 01 January 12:00

2005: Epidemics - It may not be in the next 12 months, but very soon, a new and virulent strain of f

One region, one vision
By Alex Greenwood - 01 January 12:00

New Statesman/BT round-table - With devolution dead and businesses in decline, the north-east of Eng

A nation of journalists
By Alex Greenwood - 01 January 12:00

2005: New media - Technology will soon give us the power to tell our own stories and topple monolith

The right turns on to technology
By James Crabtree - 01 January 12:00

2005: New media - The British left holds up Howard Dean's US campaign as a model. How wrong

World view - Michela Wrong sees desperation in Nairobi
By Michela Wrong - 06 December 12:00

Africa's technological revolution seems the real thing. But it is just like Kenyan Cheddar: it has a

How to turn outsiders on
By Matthew Broersma - 29 November 12:00

In a truly inclusive society, broadband would be available to all. Can the West Midlands meet the ch

NS/BT round table - Big dreams at the click of a mouse
By Matthew Broersma - 22 November 12:00

The East Midlands wants to become one of the top regional economies in Europe. Its ambition is achie

Hull: the digital laboratory
By Staff blogger - 22 November 12:00

A <em>New Statesman</em> round-table discussion

Who can cure the pharmaceuticals?
By Margaret Cook - 15 November 12:00

Margaret Cook on how the influence of drugs companies has seeped, through their control of research

Bush faces trade sanctions
By Andrew Simms - 15 November 12:00

Observations on global warming

Think yourself lucky
By Richard Wiseman - 08 November 12:00

Never mind winning the jackpot. Richard Wiseman has found that true good fortune comes from within

The garden of Eden
By Tim Smit - 08 November 12:00

The Lottery gives people the chance to take a risk. And, explains Tim Smit, co-founder of the Eden P

It's all a game
By Philip Sabin - 25 October 13:00

Philip Sabin on conflict analysis

What the FBI did next (in London)
By Mike Holderness - 18 October 13:00

Observations on press freedom

Good bomb, good bomb!
By Stephen Grey - 11 October 13:00

Observations on Iraq. By Stephen Grey in Balad

Don't be patient, just hang up
By Joe Moran - 27 September 13:00

Observations on phone call queues

Diary - Francine Stock
By Francine Stock - 27 September 13:00

I interview Denzel Washington and he defends his latest film - graphic violence juxtaposed with reli

Watch us wreck your telly
By David Cox - 27 September 13:00

NS Labour conference 2004 - Britain could be the first in the world to go over wholly to digital TV.