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Most of us are familiar with the Google homepage—it might even be the first web page you see when you open your browser. And while you might usually see the corporate Google logo in primary hues of blue,
Both highly intelligent and a culinary delicacy, the animals are at the center of a controversy that pits the conservation of wild octopuses against the ethics of mass-breeding them. In a damp, darkened
There was a point, quite early on in Andrew Weatherall’s career, when vast commercial success appeared to beckon him. Already an acclaimed DJ and remixer, his production work on Primal Scream’s 1991 album
The meaningless tasks and faux-business strategies prioritised by British universities have skewed their real role • André Spicer is an author and a professor of organisational behaviour As students have
Twitter account linked to the Anonymous network of hackers says apparent hack might be a stunt initiated by neo-Nazi site A message purportedly posted by hackers has appeared on the Daily Stormer, a neo-Nazi
Australian rock legends Midnight Oil on plans to Donald Trump's America: 'There's no way we won't say what we think'
Australian rock band Midnight Oil, known for their intense live performances and political activism, announced they are returning to the world stage after 15 years and promised they'll try and "not to