Goodnight iPad rewrites classic bedtime story for digital era

Where Margaret Wise Brown’s 1947 story ends with the peaceful wish, “Goodnight stars, Goodnight air, Goodnight noises everywhere”, Milgrim’s, published in the US by Penguin, instead bids goodnight to a host of modern technological appliances. “Goodnight remotes and Netflix streams, Androids, apps and glowing screens,” he writes, ending, “Goodnight MacBook Air, goodnight gadgets everywhere.”

Do we drink the same wine that the Romans drank? Not quite

While I was working with Mike Dunne on his recent Shake Ridge Ranch story, I started to get a little thirsty. I had been saving a bottle of the 2012 Enfield Wine Co. Shake Ridge Ranch Tempranillo (13%), and this seemed as good a time as any to crack it open. I was glad I’d […]

The evolution of Extinction Rebellion

Among the key figures to emerge during the April rebellion was Farhana Yamin. Her experience – as a former UN lawyer who had helped draft the Paris agreement and worked on many of the key climate treaties of the past three decades – enhanced XR’s credibility, and she became one of the group’s most convincing […]