Charismatic Charles Leclerc poised to lift Sauber to a different level in F1 | Giles Richards | Sport | The Guardian
The talented Charles Leclerc, whose godfather was Jules Bianchi, determined to make a flying start on his emotional Formula One debut in Melbourne
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How to Optimise Your Website Speed in WordPress – Inkbot Design – Medium
The fact that any WordPress website speed becomes slower as time passes is no surprise to most website owners. While this usually happens as your website grows, there are several things you can do to…
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Get to Know Alphabet: Google Services, Nest, Access, and More
It’s been a year since Google underwent a major corporate restructuring into the entity known as Alphabet. Google became a wholly owned subsidiary, as did other Google services, projects and teams…
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Dinner party soundtracker to timeless muse: exploring the Sade complex | Music | The Guardian
The enigmatic musician remains an influence on modern stars such as Drake and Beyoncé. As she releases her first single in seven years we explore why
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John Bolton named national security adviser. It's time to panic now.
Replacing McMaster with Bolton puts the U.S. on a path to war.
Owen Smith sacked from Labour party frontbench | Politics | The Guardian
Smith went against party policy by calling for a referendum over the final Brexit deal
The people owned the web, tech giants stole it. This is how we take it back | Jonathan Freedland | Opinion | The Guardian
Social media gave the powerless a weapon but it was wrenched away by firms like Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, says Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland
Destruction of nature as dangerous as climate change, scientists warn | Environment | The Guardian
Unsustainable exploitation of the natural world threatens food and water security of billions of people, major UN-backed biodiversity study reveals
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More Tips for Managing a Fast-Growing Open Source Project - The Linux Foundation
An Open Source Summit session titled “Seven Lessons Learned from Growing a Project Too Fast,” presented by Matt Butcher, covered advice for managing open source projects Here, we discuss specific project management issues Butcher has faced.
How we refined our approach to card sorting - User research
User research news and case studies from GDS and across government
The Wonders of Britain
The Wonders of Britain | Marvels of Britain | Miracles of Britain: this site traces a list of natural wonders attributed, traditionally, to the monk Nennius.
Owen Smith calls for public poll on final Brexit deal | Politics | The Guardian
Former Labour leader contender, in Guardian interview, reopens split in party’s ranks
Hopefully, the Ultimate Guide to a Flat Icon Set – Muzli -Design Inspiration
For nerds who have read my article on visual weight and optical alignment. Minimum words, maximum GIFs.
Is McDonnell and Corbyn’s disagreement the beginning of a Blair and Brown-style split?
McDonnell was quick to declare Russia responsible for the attack on the Skripals, while Corbyn stopped short of assigning blame.
Cutting ‘Old Heads’ at IBM
As it scrambled to compete in the internet world, the once-dominant tech company cut tens of thousands of U.S. workers, hitting its most senior employees hardest and flouting rules against age bias.
Help Edit 'Learn' – Economy
The Learn section is constantly evolving. What do you think of it so far, and what would you do to change it?
Is Brexit leading to the recentralisation of Whitehall? | Civil Service World
How far are the massive changes brought on by Brexit accelerating the reversal of 1990s decentralisation, and will they usher in a more centralised machinery of government in the long term?
Hands-on: The Atari VCS is a nostalgic mini-PC shrouded in faux wood and mystery - PC World Australia
The Atari VCS nails the look of the old-school Atari console, but its capabilities remain a secret.
The big HMCTS sell-off: buyers of 152 former courts revealed | Civil Service World
Majority of magistrate’s and county courts sold since 2010 went to property developers, followed by private owners and local authorities
Book claims Prince Charles is a capricious spendthrift obsessed with public opinion | Books | The Guardian
Tom Bower’s unauthorised biography, Rebel Prince, reveals discontented future king who says his life is ‘utter hell’
A First Look Inside The Former BBC HQ's Luxe Apartments
The BBC's former headquarters have been converted into super-luxe, design-led apartments. We popped in for a sneak peek....
Mozilla 'presses pause' on Facebook ads over data-mining claims | Technology | The Guardian
Non-profit organisation behind Firefox browser announces move after Cambridge Analytica revelations
Cambridge Analytica scandal: the biggest revelations so far | UK news | The Guardian
Since Christopher Wylie blew the whistle in the Observer, developments have been rapid. Here’s what we know about the analytics firm, Facebook and Trump’s election team
Stuck in meetings all day? Salvation is at hand | Guardian Small Business Network | The Guardian
We spend 10 hours a week preparing for or in meetings, half of which are a waste of time. How can we make them work for us?
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Events | Public Service Broadcasting
Public Service Broadcasting is the corduroy-clad brainchild of London-based J. Willgoose, Esq. who, along with drumming companion Wrigglesworth, is on a quest to inform, educate and entertain audiences around the globe.
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As seen on screen: first look inside BBC Television Centre new flats | Homes and Property
Flats in the BBC’s iconic former west London headquarters, where generations of Britain’s best-loved television programmes including Blue Peter, Doctor Who and Top of the Pops were filmed, have been unveiled ahead of the building’s official launch in April. The first resident moved in to the White City building in Christmas 2017 and the hoardings on the unmistakable “doughnut-shaped” building were removed in February this year, with the first restaurants and Soho House set to open th...
2 days ago
Chiltern Firehouse developer bidding to build east London film studio | Film | The Guardian
Group behind celebrity restaurant and Ealing Studios emerges as one of around six bidders for Dagenham site
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Manchester council to publish files used to bypass affordable housing quotas | UK news | The Guardian
Developers must submit secret viability assessments for scrutiny after unanimous council vote
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Blockchain: what is it and what does it mean for development? | Global Development Professionals Network | The Guardian
Around $1bn was invested into blockchain in 2016, but how can the technology most famous for Bitcoin be used in development and humanitarianism?
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How Blockchain could help us take back control of our privacy | Josh Hall | Opinion | The Guardian
The Cambridge Analytica breaches show the dangers of leaking personal, sensitive data online – but there’s a way to avoid this, says writer Josh Hall
3 days ago
Ubuntu's Bionic Beaver brings GNOME 3.28, minimal installation, and faster booting (in theory) - TechRepublic
The next release of Ubuntu is coming in April. Jack Wallen discusses the features that will most likely have an impact on your daily usage.
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Pacific Rim: Uprising review – John Boyega's charm buoys goofy sequel | Film | The Guardian
The follow-up improves on Guillermo del Toro’s patchy robots vs monsters adventure thanks to the Star Wars actor’s charisma and a more cohesive plot
3 days ago
How BBC Interactive Content Works Across AMP, Apps, And The Web — Smashing Magazine
Publishing content to so many media without lots of extra development overhead can be difficult. Chris Ashton explains how they've approached the problem in BBC's Visual Journalism department.
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Professional accessories for using smartphones as cameras - Universal
iphone tripod mount adapter, handle grip and rig for all iphone models,
samsung smartphone models, all smartphones from 48-93mm
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4 Most Hated UI Tricks | Webdesigner Depot
Nobody wants to create bad design, and yet it happens all the time. And while the cause of bad design varies, the final result is the same—bad user experience. Bad user experience frustrates users and often leads to abandoning the product. In this article, I'll focus on one particular aspect of bad design—using UI
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HMS Brexit sticks it to the man – by tossing two dead fish overboard | John Crace | Politics | The Guardian
Jacob Rees-Mogg distances himself from a box full of smelly haddock as Farage’s bid to hijack another political stunt deflates
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With Jennie Formby's coronation, Corbyn has total control of Labour | Politics | The Guardian
Crowning of Labour’s new general secretary means there is little chance of shifting balance of power away from Corbyn supporters
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Corbyn challenges PM over 'slash and burn' cuts in council funding | Society | The Guardian
Pro-Corbyn Momentum pushing out moderate council leaders, says May in counter-attack
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George RR Martin's Nightflyers: First trailer for Netflix space horror - Radio Times
George RR Martin's sci-fi space thriller Nightflyers takes us to the dark reaches of outer space, where horror lurks
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Fernando Alonso insists McLaren's F1 reliability issues are over | Sport | The Guardian
Fernando Alonso has played down reliability concerns about the new Renault-powered McLaren
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Robin Williams groped and flashed me on set, says Mork & Mindy co-star | Film | The Guardian
‘I had the grossest things done to me,’ says Pam Dawber, but says she took no offence at the star’s lewd antics on the set of their hit sitcom
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Atari reboots Ataribox as Atari VCS, teases April pre-order date | ZDNet
After canceling a crowdfunded campaign for its Linux-powered game console/living room PC hybrid, the legendary brand resurrects the concept with a new name and promising a pre-order date next month.
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