Twitter fiction: Deborah Moggach

Twitter fiction: Deborah Moggach

www.guardian.co.uk
New The novelist and screenwriter takes up our Twitter-based challenge to come up with a story in 140 characters or fewerI chopped down the ash tree and left you. Tears and sawdust, but both of you had to go and now I can see the view.• Deborah Moggach's latest novel, Heartbreak Hotel,...
Twitter fiction: Deborah Moggach
                       

Comments:

Related:

Egnyte CEO says: IT should get physical with their cloud provider (video)

Plusnet to provide unlimited broadband

www.guardian.co.uk
New Customers in rural areas will finally see some price competition as Plusnet frees customers from monthly download limitsHome broadband firm Plusnet is to free its customers from monthly download limits and will offer unlimited broadband access for the first time.Until now the company has set download caps on its home...
Plusnet to provide unlimited broadband
What's Facebook's responsibility when the nation seeks to lynch someone on only a name?

China and cars: a love story

www.guardian.co.uk
New China is now the world's biggest market for new cars. Its motorway network will soon rival America's. But while the rich splash out on Porsches and Ferraris, resentment is growing among the have-notsIt is half a century since Zhang Jing's father impressed the neighbours with a mark of his family's...
China and cars: a love story

On the road: Skoda Rapid 1.6 TDI

www.guardian.co.uk
New Instantly forgettable. A car for the budget, not for the heartI enjoy a car with a sarcastic name. Like a Mitsubishi Carisma, a vehicle with the charisma of a potato. Or a Rover Streetwise, which, despite its attempts to look tough, is clearly a Rover 25 underneath - a cowering, curtain-twitching...
On the road: Skoda Rapid 1.6 TDI
Windows 8 chief thinks the 'vast majority' of PCs will have touch screens going forward

Galaxy Note II KIRF edition makes a quick appearance, shows no remorse

www.engadget.com
New It was only a matter of time before we'd see this one, right? As has been the case with many, many other gadgets, Samsung's Galaxy Note II is the latest one to join the "Keepin' it Real Fake" revolution. Formally dubbed Star S7180, this phablet clone, as you can...
Galaxy Note II KIRF edition makes a quick appearance, shows no remorse

Android rumor roundup

reviews.cnet.com
New 5-inch smartphones, an unbreakable display, and an even larger Galaxy Note make up the juiciest Android rumors this week. [Read more]...
Android rumor roundup
This Snapchat video will destruct in 5... 4... 3... 2... haha took a screenshot
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?