Christmas is our oldest version of forced fun – so, rather than beating yourself up for not being perfect at the game, lower your standards and accept that happiness is not necessarily guaranteed during the holiday season
Content providers such as Netflix have spooky amounts of our data - and lately they’re getting a bit cheeky about it. Is it ‘funny’ to mock precisely 53 service users on Twitter for repeat-watching a sentimental Christmas movie? Or is it creepy?
Many of the speakers at this month’s Challenging Misandry event may have issues worth publicly airing. It’s a shame they’re likely to get lost in what sounds like a attack on women and women’s rights, from a bunch of mostly men
Measured criticism is vital, but the art form is in grave danger. With its proponents often facing a barrage of abuse online and increasing pressure from so-called influencers, perhaps it’s time for reviewers to be more highly rated, rather than berated
What Harvey Weinstein did is nothing new, but perhaps the extent of the abuse he carried out and the subsequent reportage will unmask similar characters, and prompt society to respond to such cases with deserved gravity