As much as we know you’d like to spend every waking minute following plays and tallying points and yelling at the referee, there’s always some dead point during the weekend when there’s no sport on TV and the weather’s too poor to risk a kick-about outside – at which point, what better substitute activity than to read a rollicking novel about sport, eh?
Surprise: some of the world's sharpest minds have had less than flattering things to say about nationalism. Let's have a look at their wise words.
The Danish Roskilde music festival caused controversy recently with signs warning festival goers their phones and internet traffic was being monitored. But it turns out that the festival trolled its visitors with the help of none other than culture jamming group The Yes Men and whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Here are 5 fantastic examples of educational romps for all ages that kept us up all night with our torches under the bedclothes.
Good ideas spread and multiply only if nurtured. Here are some cool TED talks on how to make your creative vision sustainable for yourself and other people.
When readers think about literary food fiction, the inevitable spectre of Proust and the infamous madeleine is often invoked, or […]
A country’s food can tell us a huge amount about the country itself. Finnish food is no different. So, let's see what this Nordic nosh says about Finns themselves.
Finland based artists Juha van Ingen & Janne Särkelä of the FixC cooperative are preparing an exhibit of a 1000-year GIF animation.
You may think the British get very excited by a royal birth. But things are actually a lot more practical than that.