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Monthly Archives: July 2021

The new space race

‘Two combative businesses from corporate America in a race to an invaluable resource’ may be a traditional headline to describe the governors of the free market, but could Blue Origin and SpaceX’s latest endeavours inspire not just their profits, but human’s capacity in space?

The future of the F1 Sprint Race

The British Grand Prix saw Lewis Hamilton take a record breaking 8th win at Silverstone, and a controversial as well as pivotal incident with his title rival, Max Verstappen. The weekend was notable though, not just for the clamorous events during the Grand Prix, but for the all new sprint race before, which may go on to change Formula One forever.

The 418 Update

As a quick follow up to my previous article about the HTCPCP protocol (which can be found here), we have achieved our goal of building one of the few currently operating 418 teapots left in existence. After around 700 lines of code and loads more

Colombia’s battle with heritage

Both national and international bodies hope to bring a close to the violent disturbances in Colombia which threaten peace across South America. However, is Colombia’s anger aimed at it’s irredeemable history, and can it be reclaimed by modern Colombians?

The irritable necessity of muckraking journalism

The free press can often overstep their boundaries to needlessly investigate people’s lives, with the News of the World embodying everything that is distasteful and dangerous about a truly unaccountable press. Despite the consequences of that liberty though, David Evans argues that the press should be protected, warts and all.