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Technology Correspondent, The Economist
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hal 7h
Replying to @Eaterofsun @willknight
it's defo wow, but the wowage goes down rapidly if changing the step height by an inch throws it (and I suspect it might)
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hal 19h
Replying to @Eaterofsun @willknight
yeah this is nuts. wonder how flexible the set up is (can it deal with different heights etc)
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Oliver Morton 20h
Here's something Merkel could do. Stop the nuclear shutdown: keep the renewables roll out; kill the coal. Call the Green bluff: are they really happy with German emissions rising? Will they walk away from government in the name of higher CO2? cc
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Jan Piotrowski Nov 16
Plus a 3-page briefing on “negative emissions”, what they are & why Paris climate goal will not be met without them
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John Murray Ltd Nov 15
We're very excited to reveal the cover of 's Unthinkable: An Extraordinary Journey Through the World's Strangest Brains. Out in Feb!
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Idrees Kahloon Nov 10
A delightful piece from , mapping gay life in Britain
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hal Nov 10
um so if you think kids content has only been turned freaky by *~algorithms~* uh, check out this shiz from 1942
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NASA Earth Nov 10
Ginseng Farms in Northern China
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hal Nov 9
the internet makes the sending of messages easier, that is what it does. doesn't matter if the message is helpful or harmful to the recipient
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Stephen Petch Nov 9
This week’s cover. A bald eagle with fetching hair
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hal Nov 9
i wrote about a new kind of neural recording device this week it's special because it was made using the microchip fabbing process
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hal Nov 9
yes please
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hal Nov 9
i would seriously love for extrageopolitics to become a beat
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hal Nov 9
oooh what is? (ps I am so mad you've done this story so beautifully Ross, cos i have this exact story on my to-do list)
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hal Nov 9
hi. i bought the software outright for mac, and now want to use it on my work machine (windows). but i see no way to point windows software at dropbox. it's forcing me to make an account. help?
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hal Nov 9
it's gorgeous. would love to buy a print
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hal Nov 9
sitting on bakerloo line this morning, nodding along to this 's essay
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hal Nov 9
Replying to @james_waddell
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hal Nov 8
The Accidental Beauty of Flight Paths
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hal Nov 8
How Cultures Move Across Continents via
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