One of the problems with our information age is that there's always something incoming, demanding our attention. Podcasts and RSS feeds are great, but sometimes they can feel like a bit of a chore, another thing for the to-do list.
17 Jun 2018
30 May 2018
Why we needed the MiniDisc to help us get Spotify, and why Uber for dogs makes sense to us
8 Feb 2018
For such a simple sport, people can really make running complicated. Fancy shoes, performance fabrics, nutrition supplements, and GPS watches all give us opportunities to spend money, while there’s a whole industry devoted to thinking up ever more inventive training regimes.
21 Jan 2018
Why smoking, drinking, and eating sweets might actually be good for you
5 Dec 2017
How the patterns and puzzles of Japanese drew me in to climb a language learning ladder
10 Nov 2017
Introducing the Knowledge Funeral - an opportunity to mourn and celebrate the passing of our obsolete skills
6 Oct 2017
Why are so many parents addicted to their phones? Why are we so afraid of boredom? Why am I deleting Twitter from my phone?
12 Sep 2017
I recently reached a goal that, for a long time, I never knew existed, and never imagined I'd care about. I’ve made it to 50 Parkruns. I’ve been there, and done that, although I haven't got the T-shirt yet.
18 Jun 2017
On the moral dilemma facing a cyclist at an empty set of traffic lights in the middle of the night.
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