18,000 People Who Want To Kill Me

18,000 People Who Want To Kill Me

So this is disturbing: French intelligence chiefs have revealed that a list of individuals considered radicalized and potentially violent now numbers 18,000. Some 4,000 of the most dangerous are under close surveillance. The head of France’s internal...
Citizen of the Year?

Citizen of the Year?

GQ magazine has announced its Citizen of the Year: Much has changed in the four years since Colin Kaepernick was last on the cover of GQ. Back then he was a rippling superhero of a quarterback on the rise. But a simple act—kneeling during the national anthem—changed...
Imagine There’s No Lenin…

Imagine There’s No Lenin…

As we’re at the 100 year point since the experiment in human misery most commonly known as the USSR was launched by Lenin with the Russian Revolution, there have been no shortage of pieces reflecting on this event and its impacts. It’s hard to deny the...
Al Gore or Al Bore?

Al Gore or Al Bore?

As the Web Summit drew to a close in Lisbon I took a couple of minutes to triage the email that was piling up in my inbox, update a few of the company’s social networks, and check in with people back in Lyon. I sat down outside where – thanks to some...
TAP

TAP

When I travel I usually fly Air France (for the miles), HOP (Air France in a low cost version), or EasyJet (because sometimes they are just so much cheaper). Yesterday was my first time on a TAP flight and, sadly, the rumours about Portugal’s leading airline...