Another piece about the improbable but obviously excellent comeback of email newsletters. This is obviously today's most important link.
Anyway, once more unto the breach, dear friends!
A kidney dies only hours after removal. You can do nothing with one stolen from a stranger, except stir fry it
So says Chinese police officer Wang Haiding, who debunks rumours and urban myths online. Amazingly, it's an official account.
The Obama administration has admitted that the FBI searches for Americans' private communications in a database assembled using the NSA's warrantless spying program.
World Of Brocraft
Coming as a surprise to nobody, Tinder co-founder Whitney Wolfe is suing the company for harassment.
Taking a leaf out of GitHub's book, Tinder is conducting an internal investigation. Bros investigating bros always works out well, doesn't it?
Facebook. 'Nuff said.
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Today's music pick: They Might Be Giants' 'First Album Live'
More match fixing.
A compendium of diving excellence from the Telegraph.
Still serious business. So serious that Google has a World Cup war room.
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