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What is the worst thing about the Internet experience? Pop Up ad’s. Here, the inventor of the pop up speaks on his annoying invention


2014 has been the year of Sam Smith. In an interview with The Guardian’s Simon Hattenstone, he details his journey from bar attendant to being the “new Adele”.

In 1995, Vanity Fair commissioned writer, Laurie Garrett to write a piece on the Ebola virus. In the wake of its recent resurgence, it is worth rereading.

Online retailer (Is that still an apt description for everything they do?) Amazon have been locked in a battle with publishing firm, Hachette. John Kay argues that just like when the music business was overtaken by new technology, the writers should embrace Amazon as they stand to benefit more.

Off White head designer, Virgil Abloh grants an interview to ID magazine where he speaks on his role at the forefront of the streetwear culture and how to reach the “post fashion” generation.

Crystal Palace manager, Tony Pulis recently left his job by mutual consent. After winning the Manager of the Year award last year, it came across as a surprise. The Secret Footballer speaks out on the perception of Pulis and why the Welshman remains unpopular.

Ever wondered why Writers are great procrastinators? Megan Mcardle provides answers.

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