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Reviewed on Jun 11st, 2015
  • Nobody really knows why the Tube is getting less and less crowded

    Although the "fare freeze", championed by Sadiq Khan, has halted price rises on Underground tickets, it doesn't apply to the prices of travelcards, therefore hurting the ... There is also the upcoming Elizabeth Line (that's Crossrail), which is expected to run at near to full capacity from openin... Read article

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  • Google's nemesis: meet the British couple who took on a giant, won ...

    So, in 2008, Google rebranded it “Google Product Search” and started boosting it to the top of search results – an in-house version of black hat SEO. ... In Google's early days, founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin proudly proclaimed that, “We may be the only people in the world who can say our go... Read article

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  • The fake ducks prove it: drones beat humans at counting birds

    He arranged thousands of his fake birds into ten smaller colonies, each with between 460 and 1020 fake birds and tasked a small group of professional birdwatchers with counting the number of individuals in each colony. To avoid scaring away the plastic birds, small teams of birdwatchers positione... Read article

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    translatingnature.org Coming up… | + + +++

    Chaired by Olivia Solon, deputy editor of Wired.co.uk November 27, 2013 7-10pm Drawing by Numbers in the Media Space at Science Museum Lates FREE! What does the drawn line look like to a computer? Take part in a life drawing class in Universal Everything & You and find out how to turn your drawin... Read article

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    plus.google.com Wired UK - Photos - Google+

    Wired UK - WIRED and Wired.co.uk bring you the future as it happens - WIRED launched in the UK in 2009, with David Rowan as Editor; Wired.co.uk launched simultaneously, and Nate Lanxon has been Editor since 2010. Wired UK Wired UK Wired UK Wired UK Wired UK Wired UK Wired UK Wired UK Wired UK Wir... Read article

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    dedalvs.com I Write Stuff

    (Note: This is a link to the P section of the author index. Scroll down a bit for my articles.) "How to create a new language" : This is an article from Wired.co.uk written by Robert Hanks (I kind of gave him the content and he wrote it up). I wrote a companion piece that expands on the article h... Read article

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    carsonfarmer.com Carson Farmer - Visualisation

    Visualisation featured on wired.co.uk In fact, news sites here in the UK are doing all sorts of cools things with Olympic data, and The Guardian has an entire series devoted to Olympic data. A colleague of mine also pointed out a cool graphic on The Telegraph website, which is essentially a live ... Read article

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    thesocialpenguinblog.com Wired uk Archives - The Social Penguin Blog

    Quick Interview – Olivia Solon from wired.co.uk Read article

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    mixcloud.com Celebration of Thought | Mixcloud

    Thought. The Wired.co.uk Podcast 35: Imogen Heap's future of music by Wired UK Welcome to Mixcloud's Celebration of Thought, showcasing content from some of the world’s best brains. Listen here for thought provoking Cloudcasts from the London School ... Welcome to Mixcloud's Celebration of Though... Read article

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    caskstrength.blogspot.com Www.caskstrength.net - whisky blog: September 2010

    It's around about now that we put out an appeal for "work experience tasters". Can you guess what your first assignment is? At least with the trend of very expensive whisky that has been on offer over the last few year, for this one you only need to spend a penny... boom, boom. Read more about th... Read article

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    nvivek.livejournal.com Nvivek: Hacking, as it should be (and why we need more of it)

    Http://www.wired.co.uk/magazine/arc hive/2012/11/ideas-bank/africas-hackers-a re-todays-world-class-tech-innovators When you create something, let it free. An idea wants to be pushed, stretched, mashed, and pummelled.… Read article

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    simoleonsense.com Simoleon Sense » Blog Archive » Weekly Roundup 194: A Curated Linkfest For The Smartest People On The Web!

    Signs in Experimental Design and Interpretation - via norvig.com – The most reliable experiment to evaluate a medical treatment is a randomized controlled trial, in which a population is randomly divided into a test group, which receives the treatment, and a control group, which does not. Tools f... Read article

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    xvivo.net Science Archives » XVIVO

    The article in Wired UK is proof to us that what we are doing is attracting attention on the global stage, and we could not be more excited about that. Expanding into all these new markets helps us stretch our own horizons and (we hope) become even more creative. Here at XVIVO, it is our belief t... Read article

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    dfid.blog.gov.uk Raw data – now! | DFID bloggers

    ———————————————————————————— Please note, this is a guest blog. Views expressed here do not necessarily represent the views of DFID or have the support of the British Government. Open Up!, a conference hosted by the UK Government and Omidyar Network in association with Wired Magazine , will help ... Read article

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    wired.com Steven Spielberg Working on Live-Action Halo Series for Xbox | Underwire | WIRED

    A series based on the hugely popular game is the chance to combine “the storytelling magic of television with the interactive innovation of Xbox One,” 343 studio head Bonnie Ross told the crowd during the announcement. Further details about Spielberg’s role in the new Halo-based series weren’t re... Read article

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    newsonomics.com Newsonomics | The Newsonomics of 1, 2, 3, 4

    Books In five languages (English, Mandarin, Korean, Spanish, Portuguese and Russian) and two U.S. printing, “Newsonomics: Twelve Trends That Will Shape the News You Get” is the first Ken Doctor book. Sign up here for notice of the new Newsonomics Readers. Top Posts Ah, the joys of print — and rea... Read article

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    inktalks.com David Rowan: A healthy disregard for the impossible | Innovational Talks | Inspirational Talks & Videos | Motivational Speakers - The INK Conferenc...

    Posted on 19/6/13 What do disruptive entrepreneurs who are solving the world's toughest challenges have in common? WIRED UK editor David Rowan breaks down for us the mindset that sets them apart. Watch to know what people like Elon Musk, Larry Page, and Peter Diamandis do differently to achieve s... Read article

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    mandmglobal.com Blog | M&M

    The front of the recent UK edition of Wired magazine features Apple boss Steve Jobs. In technology terms this is like Vogue having Coco Chanel herself on the front cover. For its readers, Jobs is a name to be revered, and I suspect many members of the Wired community genuflect at the mention of h... Read article

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