10 Letters We Dropped from the Alphabet: the video below
shows 10 letters that used to be used, but didn’t quite stand the test
Death by PowerPoint: the slide that killed seven people -
This text shows the importance of proper
communication — no matter the media you’re using to communicate.
How Do Japanese Dump Trash? Let Us Count the Myriad Ways -
You’ll be surprised by how much effort that Japan citizens dedicate to
proper trash sorting. This New York Times article
gives us a glimpse on that.
How To Be More Productive by Working Less - As
Mark Manson’s text explains why working more hours
doesn’t implies on creating more.
How to Write a Git Commit Message - This text exposes
seven simple rules to create great Git commit messages.
Less Tweeting, More Doing - This text talks about
how fruitless words can be if no action follows.
Meet your long-lost distant cousin, Homo luzonensis -
Ars Technica’s text about the newly discovered species
that may be related to the “hobbit,” Homo floresiensis.
The Case for Rooms - interesting CityLab article
discussing on why closed floor plans may make more sense in the present
world than open floor plans.
These Hawaiian Stick Spiders Have a Profound Case of Evolutionary Déjà Vu -
as this article reports, geographically
separated groups of spiders evolved to the same three ecological types.
What I learned by living without artificial light - Linda Geddes decided
to live for weeks in only candlelight – no bulbs, no screens.
This BBC article shows her findings
Why Are So Many Monsters Hybrids? -
The Nautilus article explores the captivating
horror of category violation.
Why You Should Stop Reading News: We spend hours consuming news because
we want to be well informed. But is that time well spent?
This very interesting text Farnam Street text
discusses about it.