Just in case this didn't reach your inbox, here's a hilarious fake letter from Mark Zuckerberg to potential Facebook investors, written by Andy Borowitz.
Is it right that this live wire of a woman, the strong woman amongst all the male war reporters with her rasping laugh, is dead? It seems impossible.
Forget the novel idea of dining in the dark. This is closer to the real deal: experiencing the world as someone without sight.
OK, so we're not sorry we're his neighbours. But we very much like what he's doing with his land in Marin County, now that his neighbours have pissed him off.
It’s not long now before 5,000 more investment bankers start dusting off their CVs, beefing up their LinkdIn profiles, or decide to finally go from helping start-ups get acquired to starting up themselves.
In this world of ostentatious living (where everything old is new again), let's remind ourselves of U and Non-U English usage. For what it's worth.
We can thank Merriam-Webster for this. We dare you to use one of them today (especially 'tittle'.)
Stunning, intricate temporary art from the very talented Shelley Miller ....
This is a very interesting info-graphic looking at the progress and the struggles of women in the workplace.
The Independent on Sunday published its Fifth Annual Happy List yesterday. May we all take a moment to glean some inspiration: inspiration on how to overcome hardship, and maybe even inspiration on ways we, too, could give back.
Transport for London approves creation of protected cycle routes across the capital despite warnings of traffic gridlock
Faced with injustice, we’ll try to alleviate it – but, if we can’t, we’ll do the next best thing, psychologically speaking: blame the victims of the injustice
As the premium version of the dating app rolls out to a wider audience, here are some additional features we’d like to see