The Atlantic has the story. Can a city pick itself up and head down the road? In perhaps the most radical urban relocation project so far this century, the town of Kiruna is trying to… Read More
digg.com explains that California is a land-rich but water-limited state, and increased supply leads to more demand. These days, it seems everyone is looking for a silver bullet solution to California’s drought. Some advocate increasing supply… Read More
The Atlantic reports that “there is something about watching Fox News that leads people to do worse on these [factual] questions than those who don’t watch any news at all.” A political scientist on what Roger… Read More
The Barista Hustle reports. What if pouring a beautiful design on the top of a milky beverage actually reduced the quality of flavour? I know my answer, but I’d like you to find out for… Read More
Wired Magazine explains… GOOGLE’S ADORABLE SELF-DRIVING car prototype hits the road this summer, the tech giant announced last week. Real roads, in the real world. The car has no steering wheel or pedals, so it’s… Read More
Pretty freaking awesome we think.
by Robert Hunziker The G-7 annual summit is scheduled this June 7th-8th to be held at Schloss Elmau in Upper Bavaria. “The Chancellor would like to use the G7 summit to push ahead with two… Read More
ThinkProgress explains… You probably heard that there’s a drought in California. You might have heard that food and beverage mega-corporation Nestlé (as well as lots of other companies) is bottling water in the drought in… Read More