As new coronavirus variants sweep across the world, scientists are racing to understand how dangerous they could be.
On this episode of The Prof G Show, Scott Galloway jumps into the new year with 2021 predictions. Defining the Next Decade of Business. Remote Work Winners. Changes in the Home. Let's talk Shopping.
Let’s close out 2020 by looking back at the moments that inspired us and changed us in a year unlike any other. -from Vox
Financial Times reporters / editors views on the pandemic, US-China relations, key upcoming elections, and Brexit.
Napoleon Bonaparte was often depicted concealing a hand inside his shirt. Why? -from Vox
For Americans this song is associated with another year passing, but it means something else entirely in other cultures. -from Vox
What the virus means for global economic recovery, climate action, and the future of cities. -from Financial Times
The Top 20 Trends in 2021 is Trend Hunter’s annual breakdown of the biggest trends we see emerging for 2021. From a Favorite Annual Report.
In times of uncertainty, people seek understanding and meaning. This year, the world searched “why” more than ever.
So what will happen to the office? Will we see workers coming in only when they have to? And if so, what does that mean to the multibillion-dollar commercial real estate industry?
What is Money? Money is an Entry in a Database. Too many MBAs and time to kill Powerpoint. Watch Elon Musk at the WSJ CEO Council Summit talk about future plans for Tesla and SpaceX.
What does it mean when we fold our arms? Why do we interlace our fingers? Can a poker player actually hide their body language?
Top 10 GoPro Awards moments—from glacier water skiing and a cliff wall rope swing to tug-at-your-heartstrings moments like the resurrection of a kitten and an in-flight proposal. -from GoPro
Thrilling adventures can be found worldwide. From the world's first human catapult in New Zealand to the steepest roller coaster in Japan. -from Insider
So what was it really like to fly during the Elvis era? Let's take a trip through the many ups and downs of getting around in the olden days. -from Weird History
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