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The social network makes MPs do their jobs differently: they commit to views more hastily, burn relationships and shun nuance.
How is it that a YouTube star can fall so dramatically and rise again so quickly?
The video-sharing app TikTok is known for its Gen-Z userbase – but meme-ing moms are now becoming some of the app’s most popular creators.
Should we protect space because doing so will benefit humans, or is there some intrinsic value in preserving places beyond our own planet?
The smartphone is the ultimate multitasker, but really it only has one purpose: to absorb your attention and hold it for as long as possible.
The James Charles-Tati Westbrook drama was this week's biggest celebrity story. And whether or not you've heard of it, it's a symbol of what celebrity gossip fodder will soon be made of.
In next week’s episode of Gavin is doing fine, honest: a selfie of Williamson in a gym mirror, captioned “Time to get back in the game #onwardsandupwards”.
Perhaps there were relatively few hoarders in the past because not many could afford the space. These days, everyone with broadband is a potential hoarder.
Unionisation and other forms of organisation are addressing both working conditions and bigger questions.
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The Chartered Institute of Building and the New Statesman gathered a panel of experts to discuss the wider social and economic impact of the built environment.
In the words of Ian Malcolm, it seems that Facebook was so focused on seeing if it could, it never stopped to ask if it should.
“Something happened that I don’t think anyone would have predicted.”