Tag Archives: corruption

Worth Reading 61: The next minute begins

Not done one of these for a while, but people still continue to put interesting things on the internet. Come write me down – Phil Edwards explains the phenomenon of policy-based evidence. Reviewing through the Time Machine: Remembering Margaret Cavendish – Ro Smith on the 17th century female founder of science fiction. I’d honestly never […]

Worth Reading 55: Later to be replaced by J2O

Chateau Sucker – Fascinating article from New York magazine about fraud amongst high-end wine connoiseurs. (via) Angela’s Choice – Jason O’Mahony posits that the history of the next fifty years will be determined by what Angela Merkel decides Germany’s path through the Euro crisis will be. Colchester’s Tipping Point – A perspective on town centre […]