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The big bangers: grime smashes into the Hadron Collider | Art and design | The Guardian
They rapped in its tunnels and played instruments made out of old science equipment. Could this be Cern’s most amazing experiment yet?
music  science 
7 hours ago
Passenger fury at Northern Rail as train chaos hits Blackpool, Bolton and Manchester Airport on first day of new timetable | The Independent
Rail passengers in northern England have been venting their fury on social media as the introduction of new timetables unravelled on the first day of the working week. Dozens of morning rush hour trains to and from Blackpool North, Preston, Bolton and many other stations were cancelled or heavily delayed. 
manchester  rail 
8 hours ago
John le Carré letter reveals author's contempt for British political class | Books | The Guardian
Message to American friend in 2010 pours scorn on ‘ragbag of ivy league Tories’, ‘eco-ostriches’ and ‘born again PR men’ returned to power in UK
intelligence  books  politics 
8 hours ago
Tesco shuts its online non-food website, Tesco Direct | Business | The Guardian
500 jobs at risk as company concludes it cannot make the loss-making arm profitable
shopping 
8 hours ago
EU talks with Australia and New Zealand deal blow to UK free trade plans | Politics | The Guardian
Bloc could end up on better terms with the Commonwealth nations after Brexit than UK
eu 
9 hours ago
Brexit vote has cost each UK household £900, says Mark Carney | Politics | The Guardian
Bank of England governor says real incomes are significantly lower than forecast
eu 
9 hours ago
Legal fight to abandon Brexit has no constitutional basis, court told | Politics | The Guardian
MPs breaking ‘parliamentary privilege’ by bringing case on UK unilaterally stopping Brexit
eu 
9 hours ago
New Spectre variant 4: Our patches cause up to 8% performance hit, warns Intel | ZDNet
Intel's Spectre variant 4 patch will be off by default, but users who turn it on are likely to see slower performance.
computing 
10 hours ago
M&S store closures: full list of shops to shut announced so far | Business | The Guardian
The retailer has revealed that it is to shut more than 100 outlets over the next four years
shopping 
10 hours ago
This tube map shows the average rent near every station in 2018

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What’s the first thing you Google when considering moving to a new area? No, not its proximity to a Lidl, the price of
london 
10 hours ago
The Game is Now | Sherlock Holmes Day
Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffatt announce the latest Sherlock experience. The Game is Now - Coming to London 2018.
sherlock 
11 hours ago
Nationalisation of east coast mainline was the only viable option | Nils Pratley | Business | The Guardian
Chris Grayling’s decision to bring route under public ownership avoids rewarding failure
rail 
12 hours ago
How to enable an automatic purge of temp files in Ubuntu 18.04 - TechRepublic
Jack Wallen shows you how to give your Ubuntu 18.04 desktop a boost in privacy by setting up the automatic removal of temporary files and the cleaning of Trash.
ubuntu 
13 hours ago
Netflix confirms partnership with Barack Obama and Michelle Obama – but what can we expect? - Radio Times
Projects could include scripted and unscripted series, docu-series, documentaries and features
tv 
13 hours ago
Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth takes aim at VMware and Red Hat at OpenStack Summit
Closing out the first day keynote at the OpenStack Summit in Vancouver, Canonical co-founder Mark Shuttleworth hit out at the firm's "more costly" competitors
ubuntu 
14 hours ago
Old Granada Studios revamp set to begin next month after council green light | Prolific North
Plans to revamp the Old Granada Studios have been given the go-ahead by Manchester City Council.
manchester  itv 
14 hours ago
Omnicom Group to move Northern operations to Manchester city centre | Prolific North
Omnicom Group, the world’s second largest marketing services company, is to move its Northern operations from Didsbury to a new base in Manchester city centre.
manchester  itv 
14 hours ago
Blair: Labour will pay price for Corbyn’s ‘closet’ Euroskepticism – POLITICO
Former PM says Labour leader’s handling of Brexit has left the party in ‘the worst of both worlds.’
eu 
15 hours ago
The perfect match: Bon and Pon in pictures | Fashion | The Guardian
The couple started coordinating their outfits in 2016 but have shared a love of fashion since they met and fell in love 38 years ago
japan  fashion 
15 hours ago
Meet Bon and Pon: the Japanese retirees making coordinated outfits cool | World news | The Guardian
Couple have more than 700,000 Instagram followers and are launching their own line in Japanese department store
japan  fashion 
15 hours ago
The real war within the Tory party? It starts after Brexit | Rafael Behr | Opinion | The Guardian
Party modernisers are trying to attract young people with liberal views just as the party absorbs a huge number of ex-Ukippers, says Rafael Behr
politics 
18 hours ago
Google erases 'Don't be evil' from code of conduct after 18 years | ZDNet
Google quietly removes its famous 'Don't be evil' motto, which used to figure in the opening to its code of conduct.
google 
yesterday
Space and booze, an anecdotal history | Ars Technica
From Buzz's holy wine to vetting sherry, alcohol and space mix despite NASA policy.
nasa 
3 days ago
Chris Grayling thinks nostalgia can fix the east coast mainline. He’s wrong | Ian Jack | Opinion | The Guardian
I thrill to memories of steam trains hurtling past my home. But blaming nationalisation for ruining a golden age is misguided, says the Guardian columnist Ian Jack
rail 
3 days ago
Off the rails: Train timetable shake-up sparks anger among passengers | Money | The Guardian
Sunday sees the biggest ever change to UK train times – many users claim there will be fewer stops and much longer journeys
rail 
3 days ago
Tory council at risk of bankruptcy calls for funding system fix | Society | The Guardian
Somerset county to close two-thirds of Sure Start children’s centres and half of libraries
politics 
4 days ago
The desktop belongs to Electron - The Verge
Electron apps like Slack and Visual Studio Code are taking over our desktops. It’s time they were treated like first class citizens.
google  linux 
4 days ago
The Man Who Killed Don Quixote review – Terry Gilliam's epic journey finds a joyous end | Film | The Guardian
After a three-decade production ordeal Gilliam has delivered a sun-baked fable of money, madness and the movie business – and done so with trademark infectious charm
film 
4 days ago
UK railways prove less profitable than private operators once hoped | Business | The Guardian
Collapse of East Coast franchise prompts questions about position of other firms
rail 
4 days ago
The bad bet at the heart of the East Coast rail franchise implosion | Business | The Guardian
Virgin Trains bosses did not conceive that passenger numbers could fall after two decades of consistent growth
rail 
4 days ago
‘I didn’t have a stroke’: Terry Gilliam on health scare and Don Quixote | Film | The Guardian
As ‘cursed’ film The Man Who Killed Don Quixote premieres after three decades, director says reported stroke was a perforated artery no more painful than a stubbed toe
film 
4 days ago
Neuroscientist Hannah Critchlow: ‘Consciousness is a really funny word’ | Science | The Guardian
The Cambridge fellow on what it means to be human, the neurological benefits of running, artificial intelligence and why a simulated version of her might miss gnocchi
science 
4 days ago
AsteroidOS 1.0, an open source smartwatch OS, released for certain Android Wear watches - NotebookCheck.net News
AsteroidOS, best described as an open source alternative to watchOS and Wear OS, launched its first stable release yesterday. Designed by a small group of developers and open to the public, the OS can run on a few Wear OS-compatible smartwatches, including devices from LG, Asus, and Sony.
android  google  linux 
4 days ago
Here’s the first Nokia phone with a notch, the X6 - The Verge
It’s a notched Nokia phone not made by Nokia, but HMD Global in China instead. It will be upgraded to Android P after launch.
nokia 
4 days ago
OnePlus 6 announced with a glass back and a notched 6.3-inch display - The Verge
OnePlus has revealed its new flagship Android device, the OnePlus 6. It has a Snapdragon 845 processor, a notched 6.3-inch 19:9 OLED display, and a starting price of $529.
mobile 
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