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SELF-DRIVING CARS WILL KILL PEOPLE. WHO DECIDES WHO DIES?

Recently, the “trolley problem,” a decades-old thought experiment in moral philosophy, has been enjoying a second career of sorts, appearing in nightmare visions of a future in which cars make life-and-death decisions for us. Among many driverless car experts, however, talk of trolleys is très gauche.…

The Artist Who Creates Portraits With a Clothing Iron

IRONING HAS NEVER BEEN SO cool. Benjamin Shine, an artist who splits his time between London and Sydney, has become a pioneer in what he calls “painting fabric”—using irons to create portraits in cloth. As a member of a family of garment manufacturers and a one-time employee…

The Artist Who Creates Portraits With a Clothing Iron

IRONING HAS NEVER BEEN SO cool. Benjamin Shine, an artist who splits his time between London and Sydney, has become a pioneer in what he calls “painting fabric”—using irons to create portraits in cloth. As a member of a family of garment manufacturers and a one-time employee…

9 People Who Want You to Remember Clothing Size Is Just a Number

  It doesn’t matter whether you prefer coffee or tea, pancakes or waffles, or apples or oranges, I think we can all agree on one thing: Clothing sizes are absolute bullsh*t. They’re inconsistent from store to store (let’s be real, sometimes even within the same store),…

Mexican mum who investigated daughter’s death is killed

A Mexican businesswoman who headed a group of 600 families searching for their disappeared relatives has been killed. Miriam Rodríguez Martínez was shot in her home in the town of San Fernando in Tamaulipas state. She was known for successfully investigating the kidnap and murder of…

‘I whacked a guy who pinched me’

How did your modelling career start? I started my career in 2004 with the Kingfisher Swimsuit calendar. Later, along with fashion shoots and walking at fashion weeks, I also went ahead to become a VJ with Channel V, did a couple of Bollywood songs, movies, etc.…

The acid attack survivor who will walk the ramp in New York

Seated in her tiny home in Kurla in north Mumbai, Reshma Qureshi has plenty of unanswered questions. “How come it’s easier to buy acid than get the right shade of lipstick?” “Why can’t people treat me normally, just like they would treat other girls my age?”…