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A Tale of Two Hoodies, or the art of a misinformed man

  Recently, well know artist Michael D’Antuono had the above painting that he was selling removed from eBay for the following reason: “[t]he painting you listed appears to contain images or icons associated with the KKK which are not allowed

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Why I’m not boycotting Ender’s Game

For the benefit of those who don’t know, Ender’s Game was the first novel in the popular sci-fi series written by Orson Scott Card. Recently, it’s been turned into a film (finally) released this month, but already people are planning

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PRISM

On Friday 7th of June, it was released that the NSA has a top secret data gathering program called PRISM that has access to peoples online data from companies like Microsoft, Facebook, Apple, and Google. While they’ve each issued a

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I’m sorry Xbox, but I think we should see other people.

It’s nothing personal, Xbox, it’s just that there the spark has gone out of our relationship. You must’ve noticed that I haven’t spent much time with you recently; there’s just been nothing that makes me want to play you anymore.

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The Turkey Protests

What started as a peaceful demonstration against the conversion of Gezi Park into a shopping mall has turned into country wide demonstrations and pitched battles of activists vs riot police, with the riot police winning. After a long period of

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Xbox One and PS4 on pre-order from Amazon.co.uk for £599.99

Amazon have listed both the Xbox One and the PS4 as available to order for pre-release for £599.99, although if they price decreases before release you pay the lower price.  What’s more interesting is that in the Frequently Bought Together

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Eric Schmidt: If governments want Google to pay more taxes, they should change tax laws

This week, Google Chairman Eric Schmidt is quoted as saying ‘If governments want Google to pay more taxes, they should change tax laws’. To be honest, he has a point. More and more companies are being outed by politicians for

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