* Gretel Corrie
Meet the DA Trippers, clued-in crossword fans who tackle the grids others don't attempt
The Hate U Give book cover illustrator Debra Cartwright on what happened when the studio took over: “So much money was thrown behind the movie, and so much marketing was thrown behind it, and it’s just like, you can tell who Hollywood is pushing to be in the limelight, and everybody knows it has a lot to do with appearance, but it also is still being driven a bit by colorism. Not a bit. It is.”
Frank Lloyd Wright. It’s a name most people are certain to know and probably even have a story about visiting one of his famous designs, like Fallingwater, Taliesin, or the Guggenheim Museum in NYC. A true purveyor of Modernism, he is celebrated for his unparalleled ability to synthesize every aspect of design, which has culminated in a profusion of architectural feats that truly are all encompassing works of art.
How a minister's pet project keeps failures out of the spotlight
Projects that vanish, ministerial over-involvement and a lack of evaluation: there appear to be some major problems with secretive aid initiative at DFAT, a new report argues.
From blame culture to learning culture
How can public organisations strike the right balance between individual culpability and organisational responsibility?
Just Ask a Librarian! – The Atlantic – Microfilm Lasts Half a Millennium by Craig Saper: “Millions of publications—not to mention spy documents—can be read on microfilm machines. But people still see these devices as outmoded and unappealing. An Object Lesson…