Onora O'Neill's 2002 Reith Lectures series 'A Question of Trust' are as apt today as they were then. In the 5th of her lectures, 'Licence to Deceive', the Cambridge Emeritus Professor of Philosophy was principally referring to the state of journalism ...

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  1. when love breaks down
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  4. appliance of science
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when love breaks down

Onora O'Neill's 2002 Reith Lectures series 'A Question of Trust' are as apt today as they...

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digital vs the internet

It's common to hear 'digital' conflated with 'the internet', when the two are obviously...

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machine gun etiquette

The technology always comes first.

Then creative people mess with it and create...

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appliance of science

There’s a Bill Bernbach quote that appears from time to time.

It’s the one...

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meme fitness

Meme 'fitness' is not dependent on the meme itself having any properties of good...

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