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Recent articles in The Economist, and anywhere else.

Newspaper advertising: Getting worse
Mar 20th 2012, 20:38 from Babbage

“Death of a Salesman”: We are all salesmen now
Arthur Miller’s classic play feels more relevant than ever
Mar 17th 2012 | NEW YORK | from the print edition

Independent film-making: Nazis in space
Crowdfunding and crowdsourcing are becoming more sophisticated
Mar 17th 2012 | AUSTIN | from the print edition

Online newspapers: News of the world
To survive online, newspapers are seeking a worldwide audience
Mar 17th 2012 | NEW YORK AND PARIS | from the print edition

Cybercrime: Doxed by Sabu
An indictment casts some interesting light on recent hacker attacks
Mar 10th 2012 | NEW YORK | from the print edition

Election monitoring: Appservers
How to turn voters into election monitors
Mar 3rd 2012 | from the print edition

Airport security: How much can you trust the traveller?
Jan 25th 2012 from Gulliver

Online piracy: Stopping SOPA
A backlash from the internet community against attempts to rein in content thieves
Jan 21st 2012 | NEW YORK | from the print edition

Web statistics: How many people saw the SOPA blackout?
Jan 20th 2012, 23:03 from Babbage

Video and human rights: Visibility before all
Live video is now on tap from almost anywhere. Both the benefits and drawbacks are unpredictable
Jan 14th 2012 | NEW YORK | from the print edition

Grammar: Switched
Jan 12th 2012, 19:34 from Johnson

Internet domain names: What’s in a gTLD?
Jan 11th 2012, 21:16 from Babbage

Lexical accuracy: The failure of American political speech
Jan 6th 2012, 21:53 from Johnson

Rick Santorum: A bad case of lexical sabotage
Jan 5th 2012, 15:21 from Johnson

Thomson Reuters: Screen test
The information company, in danger of losing its top spot, gets a new boss
Dec 10th 2011 | LONDON AND NEW YORK | from the print edition

Number words: Who wants to be a milliardaire?
Nov 30th 2011, 9:54 from Johnson

Legislative titles: The Hearty And Humorous Article
Nov 28th 2011, 8:47 from Johnson

Online piracy: Rights and wronged
An American anti-piracy bill tries to stem the global theft of intellectual property
Nov 26th 2011 | NEW YORK | from the print edition

Policing internet piracy: Accessories after the fact
Tougher laws against online pirates are needed, but a proposal in Congress could hit law-abiding businesses
Nov 26th 2011 | from the print edition

Political fact-checking: Fun at the FactFest
Techies talk about how to make the news more reliable
Nov 26th 2011 | NEW YORK | from the print edition

Personal data: A life-management platform?
Nov 17th 2011, 8:13 from Babbage

Social media and the Wall Street protests: Losing steam?
Nov 10th 2011, 11:18 from Democracy in America

British and American English: Americanisation survey: the results
Nov 8th 2011, 12:16 from Johnson

British and American English: Let me know when you’re good
Nov 3rd 2011, 8:45 from Johnson

The internet and human rights: The Googleberg press
Oct 26th 2011, 7:06 from Babbage

Social media and the Wall Street protests: #Occupytheweb
Oct 11th 2011, 1:31 from Democracy in America

The Open Government Partnership: The parting of the red tape
Is it just another global talking-shop—or a fresh approach to shaking out government secrecy?
Oct 8th 2011 | NEW YORK AND TALLINN | from the print edition

The Open Government Partnership: A transparency conspiracy?
Sep 30th 2011, 12:44 from Democracy in America

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