Killing Pluto was fun. Finding Sedna was scientifically interesting. But this one, this is head and shoulders above everything else.
Tech firms that offer lavish perks to their staff do not do so out of the goodness of their hearts. They offer them because they expect people to work so hard that they will not have time for such mundane things as buying lunch or popping to the dry-cleaners. […] Some of the most extravagant perks are illusions: “take as much holiday as you like” may really mean “take as little as possible, and as much as you dare.”
Every life saved by a HeartSine defibrillator is recorded by the firm… When data from the device is relayed back to Northern Ireland, the people who made it are given a round of applause.