WSJ explains why the stock market seems disconnected from economic reality in the U.S.
"Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go." - T.S. Eliot. A film dedicated to Hans Zimmer from 2 years of walking alone in the Dolomites mountains of Italy.
Speeding results in more traffic fatalities than any other cause. That’s why civil engineers are turning to design to try and eliminate speeding by influencing our subconscious. -Cheddar
In this short, fiction story, we follow a man's journey through different parts of the world, collecting a variety of wisdoms along the way, only to conclude one consistent thing from all of them.
There are more self-storage facilities in the United States than there are McDonalds. The now $38 billion industry is a product of both an uncanny business model and changes in how we live. -Cheddar
Covid-19 has been the third major disruption to globalisation within the past twelve years. The pandemic will not kill globalization off, but it will deepen the cracks. -from The Economist
How might the coronavirus pandemic transform the fitness industry? -from WSJ
The drive to innovate is reaching into some of the most mundane parts of our lives, and reimagining them as nodes in a connected web of 'things'. -from PwC US
Pizza prepared by seven people in seven countries, including Mexico, Sweden and Nepal. And no topping from corn to grasshoppers to bananas is off the table. -from Great Big Story
Chadwick Boseman reveals his secrets to finding purpose in life. He left too early but his life made a difference. -from Motivation Madness
A strong start to your job hunt is key. -from Fast Company
The coronavirus pandemic has brought the travel and tourism industry to a near standstill with no clear outlook on when it will restart. What will vacations look like absent of a vaccine? -from CNBC
WSJ’s Jaden Urbi explores how the ways we work, shop and play are changing as urban designers refocus on health, tech and open spaces. -From WSJ
Bill Gates had long warned of the risk that a new virus would go global. Now he explains to The Economist how—and when—the covid-19 pandemic is likely to end. -from The Economist
Featuring: Wengen, Lauterbrunnen Valley, Lucerne, Iseltwald, Schilthorn Piz Gloria, Mürren, Bachalpsee Lake, Oescheninsee, Zermatt, Matterhorn, Bern, First Cliff Walk, Grindelwald, Zurich -Jeff Amador
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