As Reuters points out, diplomats are particularly upset by assassination plots against … diplomats.
- Twitter: The New Frontline In Global Cyber Jihad”
I despise terminology like “cyber war” and “cyber jihad”, but the article is still rather interesting.
- Your body wasn’t built to last: a lesson from human mortality rates
I’ve never heard of Gompertz’ law before, but it’s rather intriguing.
- A Murder in Tehran
Being a scientist in Iran can be dangerous if you work in the “wrong” field.
- The Google-Kenya ripoff
I can’t believe that Google would be this stupid, but I’ll keep an eye on this. Here’s the blog post by the company that raised the allegations.
- “The Zambezi Valley: China’s First Agricultural Colony?” Fiction or Fact?
I don’t know all the research, but this seems like an interesting topic to investigate.
- Nicht Fisch! Nicht Fleisch!
This article about the various problems related to meat consumption is 2 years old and at least as relevant today as it was back then (in German).
- Secrets from the city under siege
Smuggled pictures from the Syrian city of Homs and an interesting article to go with them.
- TVShack’s student founder can be extradited to US, court rules
Whatever became of protecting your citizens? If he broke UK law try him there.
- Why Did TSA Pat Down Kids, Adults Getting Off Train?
Welcome to the police state. Terrorists win.
- The Rise of the New Groupthink
I’m always in favor of pro-introvert artciles.
[I]ntroverts are comfortable working alone — and solitude is a catalyst to innovation.