Long Reads Of The Week – 1 March

5 great reads you may have missed from around the web

1 | British designer Jonathan Ive is the 'creative soul' of the world's most valuable company. Ian Parker goes inside Apple for the New Yorker to find out what makes him tick.

2 | When the MH370 plane disappeared over the South China Sea, pilot and science writer Jeff Wise became an expert on the case, and began to develop theories of his own. He explains all for New York magazine.

3 | Author John Lanchester reviews two new titles for the London Review of Books, and in doing so ponders what the future of robotics could mean for us.

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4 | What can train travel tell us about public space? Quite a lot, as it happens, according to Danya Sherman who did rather a lot of it for Next City.

5 | Paul Kalanithi is a young surgeon with metastatic lung cancer. His letter to his baby daughter, 'Before I Go', published on Stanford Medicine Magazine is a moving reminder how much we take our own health for granted.