The Guardian Now Comes Wrapped In Potatoes At Weekends

The Guardian's supplements came wrapped in a plastic substitute this weekend, but only in some areas. Read More >>

Turns Out No One Likes Admitting They’ve Been Lucky

Successful people are much more likely to believe their achievements are down to innate talent and working hard than luck or chance, says a psychologist. Read More >>

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Google & The Guardian Team Up To Make You Feel Like A Newborn

It's not until you grow up that you realise how nice it must be to be a baby. You get carried everywhere, fed and cuddled, everything's done for you, and your only jobs are to eat and sleep. Read More >>

Washington Post Throws Snowden Under the Bus

Although The Washington Post shared a Pulitzer prize with the Guardian for its reporting on the NSA leaks provided by Edward Snowden, yesterday its editorial board became the first to call for the prosecution of its own source. Read More >>

How ‘Defensive Architecture’ is Ruining Our Cities

Cities have always struggled with the tension between the different needs of social classes who share the space. But as The Guardian documents, a new trend of defensive — and some times overtly hostile — architecture is changing the urban landscape, and not in a good way. Read More >>

Parrot Bebop Drone Gives Us A Right Old Nose Around The Guardian’s Swanky Offices

We're quite nosey here at Giz, and we're finding the best thing about this collective over-share of drone footage we're currently experiencing is the chance to see inside places we wouldn't usually, from Chernobyl ghost towns to tech firms' secret lairs. Read More >>

The Guardian’s First Redesign in Years Actually Reads Like the Internet

The internet changes fast, but the Guardian's website hasn't budged in years – until now, that is. Today, the US version of the site launched a complete design overhaul that will be heading to the UK and Australia in the second wave over the coming months. Isn't that a sign of the times? Read More >>

Russia Will be all up in Everyone’s Business at the Winter Olympics

Not to be outdone by the sheer magnitude of the NSA's PRISM program, Russia's FSB security service is preparing to monitor every single communication made by competitors and spectators alike during the 2014 winter games in Sochi, according to a report by The Guardian. Read More >>

The Guardian’s Opening a Coffee Shop and You Could Be Its Manager

Move over Starbucks; the Guardian's pitching up on your turf, and no, that's not a joke. The people of Shoreditch won't know what's hit 'em. Read More >>