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There's an interesting theory going around that Apple is prepping the way for Jony Ive's retirement

Monday was a bank holiday in both the U.K. and the U.S. Markets were closed in both countries. The Telegraph chose that day to publish comedian Stephen Fry's interview with Apple design guru Jony Ive, in which he revealed that Ive was getting a new title: Chief Design Officer. Show More Summary

Once Again, Stephen Fry Talks About His Former Cocaine Use

6 days agoHealth / Addiction : The Fix

The British comedian referred to his past drug use as being "monumentally stupid."

Apple’s new ‘Spaceship’ HQ could have been called the Steve Jobs Campus

If Apple’s former CEO had been more sentimental we’d be referring to the company’s upcoming “Spaceship” headquarters as the Steve Jobs campus, according to an interesting tidbit in Stephen Fry’s Telegraph article about Jony Ive’s promotion. While being given a tour … Read more ›

The 'feared' Brit and the 'amiable' American — meet Apple's 2 newly promoted design chiefs (AAPL)

Apple design chief Jony Ive has been promoted to the newly created position of "Chief Design Officer," a new feature by Stephen Fry in the Telegraph has revealed. The move leaves Ive open to more "blue sky thinking," as Fry put it — with two other senior Apple employees also promoted to take on key managerial roles. Show More Summary

Jony Ive promoted to Apple’s Chief Design Officer

Jony Ive, Apple’s legendary designer, is moving on up. Writing for The Telegraph, Stephen Fry writes that the man responsible for both the look and feel of the iPod and the iPhone was recently promoted to a new position — Chief Design Officer. Show More Summary

Jony Ive Levels Up

Stephen Fry, writing for The Telegraph: Until now, Ive’s job title has been Senior Vice President of Design. But I can reveal that he has just been promoted and is now Apple’s Chief Design Officer. It is therefore an especially exciting...Show More Summary

Apple Promotes Ive to Chief Design Officer

English writer Stephen Fry today reveals in a long profile in Britain’s The Telegraph that Apple (AAPL) has promoted design guru Jony Ive to a newly created position of Chief Design Officer, from whence he will oversee the efforts of two deputies running hardware and software design. Fry describes the move: Until now, Ive’s job [...]

Jony Ive promoted to Chief Design Officer at Apple

Jony Ive is now Apple's Chief Design Officer, a step up from his previous role as Senior Vice President of Design. An interview with Stephen Fry has revealed that design guru Jony Ive has been promoted to Chief Design Officer at Apple. Show More Summary

Revealed: Stephen Fry’s brush with the law over James Rhodes injunction

Last week James Rhodes won a legal battle to publish his memoir Instrumental: A Memoir of Madness, Medication and Music. This judgement came after his ex-wife took out an injunction through… Continue reading The post Revealed: Stephen Fry’s brush with the law over James Rhodes injunction appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

WATCH: Stephen Fry Goes Gaelic for Irish Marriage Equality

Stephen Fry, host of the hit British comedy-panel show Q1, says he's not sure about gay marriage — but his husband is. read more

Stephen Fry's Irish Gay Marriage Plea

British actor/comedian/activist takes part in "Stand Ups for Yes" video for Friday's vote.

IRELAND: Comedians Say Yes Equality

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

With Stephen Fry and incoming Daily Show host Trevor Noah.

When society isn’t judging, women’s sex drive rivals men’s

Men just want sex more than women. I’m sure you’ve heard that one. Stephen Fry even went as far as suggesting in 2010 that straight women only went to bed with men because sex was “the price they are willing to pay for a relationship”. Or perhaps you’ve even heard some of the evidence. In […]

Mental health and the death of the "headclutcher" picture

2 months agoHealth / Disabilities : BBC: Ouch

A campaign backed by Stephen Fry has been launched to try and change media portrayals of mental health. But what is wrong with the ones currently used?

The Four Noble Truths – Animation

This animation video, narrated by Stephen Fry, on the Four Noble Truths is from a BBC Radio 4 site called A History of Ideas. Other animations answer such questions as, What is Justice? and How Can I Know Right from Wrong? In charming fashion.  Learning for all ages.

Stephen Fry quits Instagram after press ‘hounding’, Katie Hopkins suggests Miliband should gas his wife

Stephen Fry has quit social media site Instagram, telling his fans he was “hounded off” it by the press. The comedian and actor, who has a huge following on social media with 92,000 Instagram followers, said: “Newspapers, as ever, suck all the joy out of everything. Show More Summary

The BBC reportedly wants Stephen Fry to replace Jeremy Clarkson on Top Gear

BBC chiefs are reportedly looking at Stephen Fry to replace suspended "Top Gear" presenter Jeremy Clarkson, the Daily Star reports.  The news has not been confirmed by the BBC. Clarkson was suspended after he was accused of punchingShow More Summary

What do CERN, the ISS, and Stephen Fry have in Common?

You’ll have to read the New Yorker article on Richard M. Stallman and the The GNU Manifesto by Maria Bustillos to find out! And what’s up with Tim O’Reilly’s comments about the Old Testment vs. New Testament?   That’s an ad hominem attack...Show More Summary

Funny Skit: Thierry Henry tells Stephen Fry to get out of his pub in Cockney accent [Vine]

Thierry Henry is becoming quite a ubiquitous presence on British TV, with his weekly appearances on Sky Sports as a pundit. The Arsenal legend has a much funnier side to him than the often serious aura he gives off on punditry duty, and he showed that in this funny skit for Comic Relief. The Arsenal […]

Who Was the Better Tocqueville? Karl Ove Knausgaard, Bernard-Henri Lévy, or Stephen Fry?

This article originally appeared in Vulture. When the newly revamped New York Times Magazine asked the famously prolix (but personally reticent) Karl Ove Knausgaard, the author of a 3,500-page confessional six-book series called My Struggle,...Show More Summary

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