The less said about yesterday, the better. Too much whiskey, too much vodka, too much absinthe.
Vettel: “What were you doing then?!”— FOX Sports Asia (@FOXSportsAsia) March 24, 2018
Hamilton: “I was waiting to put a good lap in so I could wipe the smile off your face!”
There was plenty of banter between @LewisHamilton and Sebastian Vettel after #AusGP qualifying on Saturday. https://t.co/xvYEqO2Fr3
Lewis Hamilton claimed pole position for Australian Grand Prix. That man’s fast! Of course, the car’s amazing as well.
DMs the sea
This will be @OpenUniversity John Murray’s 49th year on Etna, studying its rumblings and outbursts. His GPS network suggests the whole mountain is edging E-S-E. #Volcano #Etna https://t.co/samRmWiNbJ— Jonathan Amos (@BBCAmos) March 24, 2018
The world's richest people lost a combined $71 billion during Thursday's market selloff #tictocnews pic.twitter.com/uKMmN8wia4— TicToc by Bloomberg (@tictoc) March 23, 2018
Boohoo. How will they survive?!
South Korea has some of the longest working hours in the world.— BBC Asia (@BBCNewsAsia) March 23, 2018
So the local government in Seoul is introducing a new initiative: to force employees to leave work on time - by powering down their computers at 20:00 on Fridays. https://t.co/shQ85xbnUw
Good idea but I’m pretty certain people can just take their work home with them. Not like they don’t do it already but it has an easy workaround.