The Scary Science series aims to show that some of our day-to-day issues can be inconsequential in the grand scheme of things and might bring about existential crisis for everyone who reads it. Here is why Bruce Willis might not be able to save us from an asteroid.
Scary Science series aims to show that some of our day-to-day issues can be inconsequential in the grand scheme of things and that there are some truly terrifying scientific theories
By Pawan Naidu The Data Protection World Forum has launched the latest edition of the Data Protection Magazine. The publication is now free for online readers. “Data Protection Magazine brings expert voices together to provide […]
We leave a large amount of junk orbiting our planet each time we send something to space. If we don’t do something soon humanity will be trapped, unable to leave Earth.
This has been a landmark year in data security, with regulations such as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), MiFID ii and the forthcoming ePrivacy regulation all set to change how we think about and deal […]
By Pawan Naidu
There is a fast-growing community of competitive esports. Professionals and amateurs compete in tournaments where a $100 million prize can be one or lost by a single click of a mouse. A player’s keyboard or controller is just as important as Tom Brady’s glove, Lebron James’ shoes, Roger Federer’s racket or Cristiano Ronaldo’s cleats.
Picks by the Perfectly Plain Staff
This week we have stopped on two great pieces. The first is Kara Voght’s look into the different schedules between work and school. The second is Tara Isabella Burton’s insight into the growing religion of CrossFit. Both do a great job and their works are worth a read.
By Perfectly Plain Staff
This week we have stopped on two great pieces. The first is Andrew Prokop’s expansive look into the Michael Cohen, CNN, and Trump-Russia controversy. The second is Dylan Scott’s look at the 10 most important Senate races this November.