Alex Hern is a journalist. He’s currently a technology reporter, but he used to be an economics reporter. He works for the Guardian and you can read all his pieces there if you want. He used to work for the New Statesman and you can read all his pieces there if you want. He also tweets too much.
Here are some of his favourite things he’s written.
I read all the small print on the internet and it made me want to die, The Guardian, 15 June 2015
Missing: hard drive containing Bitcoins worth £4m in Newport landfill site, The Guardian, 27 November 2013. First front page.
Is Bitcoin going to change the world?, The Guardian, 25 November 2013. First g2 front.
Boris’ Vanity Projects, New Statesman, 27 August 2013
How can Amazon pay tax on profits it doesn’t make?, The Guardian, 16 May 2013
If you want to get in touch with him, drop him an email at his Guardian address. It’s in his Twitter bio.