Every day brings a multitude of new articles about people of colour and a whole group dedicated to ensuring that everyone knows they really, really aren’t racist.
Teenagers are often said to have it easy by nostalgic adults. However, with teenagers reporting increasing numbers of mental health issues, is it time to remove the rose-tinted glasses? Continue reading “Friends, Phones and Feeling Alone”
In 2002, The Boston Globe’s Spotlight team uncovered and published evidence that scores of priests were abusing children and being relocated, rather than punished.
Less than two weeks ago, archbishop of Melbourne, Denis Hart, said he would rather go to prison than report child abuse he heard in confession.
Perhaps more worryingly, many Catholics defended him.
It’d be almost impossible to avoid pornography on the internet, but can it be adapted? That’s something one site has done successfully for over a decade. Continue reading “The Porn Site With No Porn”
In early 2009, a man named Satoshi Nakamoto released the code to a “peer-to-peer electronic cash system” he called Bitcoin. Less than a decade later, one Bitcoin is now worth over $2,500 and the figure keeps rising – but what happens when that stops? Continue reading “The Bitcoin Hype is Nothing New and Could Go Horribly Wrong”