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Does being connected affect our mood? » strategy

strategyonline.ca - While living in a connected world is affecting the ways consumers approach their travel and leisure time, it’s also making them feel more anxious about the pace of living, according to the latest H...

Food waste cafes and urban orchards: five ways people are building a new economy

theguardian.com - A new economy is coming into play. No longer wielded as a weapon to legitimise austerity, this is an economy where the community and the environment, not the corporate shareholder, benefits. Relate...

Why Free Money Day Makes You Richer

shareable.net - Article and images cross-posted from FreeMoneyDay.org, written by Tegan Tallulah and Donnie Maclurcan. Photo credit: Nudzejma Avdic. In a world where hoarding wealth is considered the norm, giving ...

Move Over, Millennials, Here Comes Generation Z

nytimes.com - Hear the word “millennial” and plenty of images spring to mind. There’s Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, in his hoodie, earning his first billion by the age of 23. There’s Miley Cyrus, preening for the ...

What Technology Can’t Change About Happiness - Issue 28: 2050 - Nautilus

nautil.us - In 2014, researchers at the University of Warwick in England announced they had found a strong association between a gene mutation identified with happiness and well-being. It’s called 5-HTTLPR and...

Mobile Tiny Office part-built using reclaimed materials

gizmag.com - Unfortunately, the much-hated office cubicle isn't going away any time soon, but the small living movement has enabled a few enterprising types to enjoy an unorthodox working environment. In a simi...

The Food Waste Fight Needs New Publicity

triplepundit.com - The data is clear. Nearly 40 percent of the food produced in America shamefully never reaches our dinner tables — let alone our digestive tracts. Beyond trite food-pantry donation models and expens...

Estonian Students Design a Trio of Giant Wooden Megaphones That Amplify the Sounds of the Forest

laughingsquid.com - Design students in the Interior Architecture program at the Estonian Academy of Arts created a trio of giant wooden megaphones in the forest at the Pähni Nature Centre. The megaphones are specifica...

Brilliant stop-motion ad tells the history of Honda with paper and hands

theverge.com - Honda's latest ad is worth watching simply because it's fantastic animated art. The spot doesn't show off some shiny new car — instead, it takes two minutes to celebrate the history of the company ...

How your snacks force you into gender stereotypes

mashable.com - If you see a tub of fat-free probiotic yogurt emblazoned with the words "for a man's body" or "hell yeah, yogurt," don't be surprised if you're confused. Gender stereotypes aren't just limited to p...

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