The Ransom of Miss Coraline Connelly by Alix E. Harrow is a fun short story about parenting.
The best (but still imperfect) way of preventing Facebook from tracking everything you do online is to delete Facebook. If you can’t do that, then check out Matt Burgess’ advice on how to stop Facebook from tracking everything you do (sort of).
“Western stars who have managed to break China and Hong Kong successfully are a rare breed. In fact there’s probably only one person who has found success as a major action star in China, as well as in the west.” Tom Jolliffe takes a look at the career of Cynthia Rothrock: The First Lady of International Action.
A quarter of a century ago today, the MP3 was born. Eamonn Forde argues that this, not the invention of vinyl, was the most revolutionary format in musical history. The MP3 at 25: How a digital file dynamited the music industry.
Steve Peers reminds us that at least some of those advocating the hardest of Brexits have the lowest amount of integrity. Tory Brexiters turn against the deal they helped secure.
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I’m still contemplating whether to read Alix Harrow’s 10 thousand doors of January. I’ve read the preview and I felt like I was being transported into another dimension. But I’m also hearing news of cultural appropriation. *sigh*
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