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Someone stole $100 million from bitcoin users, and now they're chasing the thief across the internet.
This piece originally appeared on newstatesman.com. Under conditions of war, a British prime minister learns that a heavily armed warship belonging to the hostile power has been detected.
"It was much, much more fun being absolutely unknown"
"The big thing for me is there’s nothing wrong with escape. Someone who is in a difficult or impossible situation who is offered an unlocked door to somewhere else that they can go through, and they can go through and they can get away..."
Pretension remains the greatest social crime—and authenticity the greatest virtue.
She loved authenticity, chided pretension, and may well have loved them.
Against "rock bottom"
Waiting for "rock bottom" is cruel, and dangerous
Will Self opens up on Jamie Oliver
This piece first appeared on newstatesman.com.In a culture that clamors with the noisy public narratives of sexual desire, the implacable silence of sexual refusal is the last remaining taboo. At least, that is what the journalist Sophie Fontanel felt when she composed the opening sentence of her bestselling memoir, The Art of Sleeping Alone.
Boycotts don't work against Texas executioners. But they could hurt pharmaceutical firms that make execution drugs.
Boycotts and lawsuits don't work against Texas executioners. But they could hurt pharmaceutical firms that make execution drugs.
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Geeks versus the government
This piece originally appeared on newstatesman.com.Let’s get the personal bit out of the way. How did Peter Capaldi do?