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An enjoyable investigation into imitation, imposture and the impossible search for our ‘real selves’
The environmental, financial and psychological harm caused by ‘mining’ digital currencies is enormous
Scott Chipolina, Jemima Kelly, Kadhim Shubber and Siddharth Venkataramakrishnan will take your questions at 3.30pm BST/10.30am ET
Anxieties about Elon Musk’s acquisition of the site are based on a too lofty view of it
The social psychologist on the ‘darts’ of social media, our dangerous present moment — and a decade of stupidity in America
It may be the latest political and financial obsession, but cryptocurrencies remain something with no inherent value
Psychologists say thinking longingly of the past helps us to construct a coherent sense of identity
Putin’s attempt to exploit ideological divisions in the west has backfired
Because being a global hub for other dodgy assets has worked out so well.
Hannah Jewell’s book tackles an insult emblematic of our polarised age — but can she convince the critics of ‘woke’?
The virtual world of the Super Bowl video is a radical vision of the future, but also quite a chilling one
Matt Hancock has a new passion, and it’s not one of his aides this time.
China’s nuclear ambitions; vibe shift; dementia-Tok; inherited wealth; and much more.
“Unpopulism”; tea; sports betting; central bank digital currencies; and much more.
Sunak; Captain Tom; truckers; Summers; and much more.
The not-very-lowkey great crocodile of Wall Street is all over the internet this morning.
Big Sugar; Southend West; fact-checking; debt transparency; and much more.
A darker Beijing Olympics; accruals seasonality; experts; infrastructure; and more.
The host’s thoughtful response to public criticism shows why his programme has become the platform’s most popular
Picasso NFTs; Joe Rogan; ill-timed parties; coup culture; cancel culture; and much more.
The halvening, but probably ultimately even better for bitcoin.
Tory! Tory! Tory; the cost of living; ambiguity; vaccine aristocrats; and more.
The idea that getting rid of the public broadcaster might somehow improve the media landscape is a fallacy
Davos Deville; China and Ukraine; free lunch; sad dad bands; and more.
Cease and decease!