This short video from Vox reports on a phenomenon I’d not heard about but, as a central London resident, is apparently happening all around me.
Twitter’s 280 character limit raises an interesting question: how many tweets are possible before nothing new can be said?
In the mid-90s I got interested in the stock market and had a bit of money to invest so I opened an account with Charles Schwab.
Twenty nine years ago, I started my first and, up till now, only job, at Bell Labs in Holmdel, NJ (the lobby of which is pictured above). Bell Labs was a magical place in those days, sort of like a cross between a corporate think tank and a Grateful Dead concert.
Like an infomercial claim (“It slices! It dices!”), this article’s title sounds too good to be true, but it is true – in one article, I’m going to explain how the web works and you will walk away a better informed human being. All you have to do is give me a few minutes of your time.
I switched on the power and stood back, not knowing what to expect. Led lights briefly flickered and in an instant I heard someone, or something, call out to me, in a surprisingly natural sounding voice: