The Information Capital is a new book by geographer, James Cheshire and designer, Oliver Uberti. It has 100 maps depicting the city using a range of statisticsRead more ›
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It was 36 years ago that Georgi Markov was assassinated whilst travelling into work at the BBC World Service. It was the third attempt by the Bulgarian secret police, assisted by the KGB, to kill him, and they succeeded. To this day, no one has been charged with his murder. But how can anyone get away with murdering someone in […]Read more ›
Sewers, waste, sewage, water, not the first things people think of when you say bearings. In fact the most thing many people think is that you’re lost and need directions, but never mind. However bearings were exactly what the engineers needed for the Lee Tunnel project in London, and SKF provided a solution to all their stinky problems.Read more ›