The Science of Friendship

The formation of lasting friendships is often thought of as a uniquely human quality – however, significant amounts of research have found this assumption to be untrue. In fact, studies have shown that a number of different species also exhibit behaviours similar to that which we would classify as friendly. Whilst the precise reasons for this are…

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Online Security: do’s and don’ts

I’m all for people promoting security advice about using the internet and computers, but only when it’s good advice (obviously). So just how can one judge the quality of the suggestions given? Well you should probably listen to the experts – not currently trendy, I know. The problem is made harder, though, when it’s unclear what…

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When Marnie Was There

UK Release Date – 10th June 2016 The seemingly final film from legendary Japanese animation house Studio Ghibli is more low-key than many of its predecessors, but sparkles nonetheless with its own quiet brilliance. When Marnie Was There, as with much of Ghibli’s oeuvre, has the feel of a fairy-tale. Adapted from an English novel…

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99.9% – KAYTRANADA

Release Date – 6th May 2016 Having spent the last six years flirting with greatness on Soundcloud and as a DJ in several underground venues (see his 2013 Montreal Boiler Room set for reference), Kaytranada’s 99.9% is the breakout album that we have been longing for. Haitian born and Canadian raised, Kaytranada (Louis Kevin Celestin)…

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