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The will of the people? These Brexit ideologues are destroying democracy | Jonathan Freedland | Opinion | The Guardian
Vote Leave’s spending scandal and last week’s sharp practice in parliament show the Brexit process is undermining vital institutions, says the Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland
eu 
11 hours ago
A Short Guide to Hard Problems | Quanta Magazine
What’s easy for a computer to do, and what’s almost impossible? Those questions form the core of computational complexity. We present a map of the landscape.
computing 
yesterday
Nima Arkani-Hamed and the Future of Physics | Quanta Magazine
Nima Arkani-Hamed is championing a campaign to build the world’s largest particle collider, even as he pursues a new vision of the laws of nature.
science 
yesterday
The Octonion Math That Could Underpin Physics | Quanta Magazine
New findings are fueling an old suspicion that fundamental particles and forces spring from strange eight-part numbers called “octonions.”
maths  science 
yesterday
This is the world’s most beautiful TV news set
According to the designers at Nendo, the goal was to create something akin to “freshly baked bread that you will not get tired of eating every day.”
design 
yesterday
Comcast turns focus to Sky after exiting battle for 21st Century Fox | Business | The Guardian
US media company’s move will make Rupert Murdoch’s bid to take full control more difficult
yesterday
Virgin Media customers to lose UKTV's 10 channels in rights row | Media | The Guardian
Dave, Gold and Drama to leave Virgin after dispute with BBC over video on demand rights
tv  bbc 
yesterday
On its 50th anniversary, Intel is forced to do less with Moore - The Verge
Looking back at Intel’s 50th anniversary and ahead to the future: Moore’s Law is ending, and what comes next will define Intel — and the rest of the tech world — going forward
computing 
2 days ago
Google may put its Fuchsia OS on smart home devices within three years - The Verge
Google is reportedly looking to put its mysterious Project Fuchsia OS on smart home devices within three years, although things are still in the early stages for the project.
google 
2 days ago
What’s the best laptop for £300? | Technology | The Guardian
Jacy wants a laptop to run Excel spreadsheets but her budget is only £300. What are the best options?
computing 
2 days ago
Rebecca Ferguson on Mission: Impossible – ‘Tom says he makes the films for the audience. I don’t’ | Film | The Guardian
Now on the brink of superstardom, the actor talks about working with Tom Cruise, and admits that The Snowman movie may not have been much good – but Michael Fassbender’s on-set fart jokes were fantastic
film 
2 days ago
Ditching Windows: 2 Weeks With Ubuntu Linux On The Dell XPS 13
After more than 2 decades relying on Windows, I was finally pushed over the edge and into the embrace of Ubuntu Linux. I haven't looked back.
linux 
2 days ago
Ryan Gosling astronaut biopic First Man picked to open Venice film festival | Film | The Guardian
Damien Chazelle’s film about Neil Armstong will premiere in Italy, with Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma chosen for New York film festival gala
film 
2 days ago
The 10 best Hugh Grant films – ranked! | Film | The Guardian
From the ridiculously beautiful lead in Maurice, which is about to be re-released, to the foppish lovefool in Four Weddings, the smirking seducer in Bridget Jones’s Diary and the menacing role in Paddington 2, Grant is irresistible
film 
2 days ago
'I want everyone to be happy': how Rob Reiner became a great director – and a political hero | Film | The Guardian
The maker of This Is Spinal Tap, Stand By Me and When Harry Met Sally … also campaigned successfully for same-sex marriage. He talks love, friendship and the moment Nora Ephron revealed that women fake orgasms
film 
2 days ago
Here’s the final nail in the coffin of open plan offices
A new study from Harvard Business School finds that open plan offices don’t live up to the hype–in fact, the idea that they promote interaction is dead wrong.
design  office 
2 days ago
The Nokia X5 predictably has a notch and dual cameras - The Verge
HMD Global, which makes Nokia phones now, has officially announced the midrange Nokia X5. The X5, like its sibling the X6, has a notch and a glass body, signaling that HMD is now fully committed to the trend first started by Apple’s iPhone X.
nokia 
2 days ago
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