Ditch the GPS. It’s ruining your brain. - Interesting text
on how our day to day GPS using may be spoiling us.
Never Underestimate The Impact Of A Single Rotten Apple - A single
lazy person in a team can have a big impact on it,
as this text states. I think we all have experienced
something similar during our work career.
Organic Farming, Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love Ant-Processed Coffee -
By observing the nature do its thing, a coffee grower discovered an
interesting new product. This text talks about it.
Too Many People Want to Travel - The Atlantic’s article
on the perils of overtourism, which has led to environmental degradation,
dangerous conditions, and the immiseration and pricing-out of locals in
Impossible Foods’ rising empire of almost-meat -
Engadged’s article on the creator of the
Impossible’s burger, a meat paddy that is entirely vegetarian and
that its enthusiasts says it tastes just like meat.
Plants Complain to Their Friends When the Neighborhood Gets Too Crowded -
Interesting article talking about how plants can
communicate by sending chemical signals through the soil.
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.
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.