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Amelia Tait is a freelance journalist, and was previously the New Statesman's tech and digital culture writer. She tweets at @ameliargh
The account tweets out the combination codes for cubicles across the capital.
The “magic” of books isn’t in their physical form, but in their words. I have no problem using a Kindle instead of breaking a paperback’s spine.
It seems wrong somehow to dedicate my time to improving myself when the world is literally on fire.
Being able to see how I felt, or what I did, a few years ago helps me to keep my life now in perspective.
The nation delights at giving imaginary oranges to imaginary orphans, but doesn’t dare dream of creating a better life for everyone.
I found myself accidentally walking through an anti-Brexit protest in Trafalgar Square munching a Marks & Spencer sandwich.
Dressing like a librarian suddenly seems so right.
I am disheartened by how certain everyone seems, all the time.
Their messages are rarely threatening, strange, or sexually forward – they’re simply there.