Are we confident that economists who fail to spot their computational cock-ups are a steady hand guiding the tiller of international fiscal policy?
Working in comfort is not the luxury that it may seem. Aside from health and safety issues, productivity is at stake.
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Who needs a wimpish Wii when you have a Windows 8 personal trainer?
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We were returning from an idyllic Pyrenean holiday, and had just boarded the Eurostar in Paris, when my wife announced that she had lost her passport.
This accompanies The Dulwich Picture Gallery’s current exhibition of Ravilious’s watercolours, the largest to date, and impresses in several respects.
I am a great believer in the Internet remaining relatively unregulated, free to all, and free for all. But we need direction to provide better for disruption and disaster.
Just as drug cheats always seem several steps ahead of those trying to stop doping in sport, so computer security is always playing catch-up to hackers. And now they can hack into vending machines.