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10 Years Of The Beatles’ Styles

Illustrator Maxim Dalton has just released a limited run of 500 prints of this cool poster showing how the biggest selling band of all time evolved sartorially through the 1960’s in a fifteen-step change from all black Pierre Cardin suits to the confused, messy...

The Best Music of 2012

2012 - the year of the Olympics, the apocalypse, the year that saw a song in Korean become the most watched video on YouTube and a British X Factor runner-up become the biggest band since the Beatles. Here are my personal highlights of 2012...

Featured Photography on Unsplash This Month | October

Photos I uploaded to Unsplash this month.

WikiRebels – The Wikileaks Documentary

Unless you’ve lived in a cave recently (or in a country that restricts access to information!) you’ll have seen popular ‘information liberators’ Wikileaks thrust into the public eye over 'cablegate’. This fascinating Swedish documentary (it’s in English) throws some light on the site and its...

Playlist: Best Music of 2010

2010 has been another great year for new music, with fresh and original acts taking centre stage whilst many of our established heroes take a year out releasing albums forgettable or not at all. My fave tracks of the year are: Click any track to...

The Pirate Bay Movie Now Available. Free.

Today, the movie TPB AFK (The Pirate Bay - Away From Keyboard) will be premiered online, free to download and even re-edit under a Creative Commons Licence. Filmmaker Simon Klose has spent the last four years following the founders of The Pirate Bay through...

The Odds That You Exist Are Zero [Infographic]

Ali Binazir calculated the probability that you came about. And finds it is mind-meltingly slim!

6 Things ‘Her’ Tells Us About Our Future

Spike Jonze’s movie about a newly single man (Joaquin Phoenix) who falls for his computer operating system (voiced by Scarlett Johansson) has not only made a lot of critics’ ‘film of the year’ lists but also struck anyone interested in technology with it’s unusually...

Freakonomics: The Movie

I only read this book recently (my first iPad book!) and I’m now on the recently released sequel ‘Superfreakonomics’. The widely worshipped tomes are a very interesting look at how human desire ultimately shapes how we as a society behave. Look forward to the film...