Amazing trailer for what is a very interesting programme. Looking forward to following the series.
"For 20 years, crime in the US has been falling and new figures from the FBI show a sharp drop in the last two years, despite the recession. Why?"
Interesting look into the daily headache anti-doping tests can cause athletes.
"This is week two of my month on the UK Anti-Doping whereabouts system, and the realities of my new responsibilities are starting to kick in."
Extremely fascinating stuff…
"Finding out what works with your Big Mac, and more!"
Hideously long terms and conditions need not be so dull when dramatically read aloud. This is great.
If true, will this de-value Microsoft’s pricey new acquisition?
"Russian hacker Efim Bushmanov has claimed that he has reverse-engineered the well-protected source code of the popular Skype software application."
Inspired by the NYTimes female editor back-slapping sesh yesterday, the wonderful Judith Townend has compiled a list of female editors, past and present, in the UK.
"A Malaysian political activist has agreed to apologise 100 times on the social-media website Twitter in an unusual settlement of a libel case."
"Female-centred comedies such as Bridesmaids are great, but male-run Hollywood and male-dominated audiences just don’t get the joke."
"When young dissidents in Egypt were organizing an election-monitoring project last fall, they discussed their plans over Skype, the popular Internet phone service, believing it to be secure.
"But someone else was listening in—Egypt’s security service."