When the American colonists met in Griffin’s Wharf in 1773 to dump tea into the Boston Harbor, they suspected that the repercussions of their actions
By and large, what’s happening in the world right now isn’t political – it’s something that lives right in the heart of every person’s humanity.
It is a matter of life and death, and there isn’t any other spin, sheen, or gloss to it.
The protests, marches, demonstrations, riots, and uprisings that have officially touched all 50 states, 400 cities contained therein, and countries from New Zealand to Germany to Syria, have one thing in common: They call for the lives of Black citizens be treated with the same care and respect by the police that white lives are.
Leo Baekeland likely had no idea what he’d done when he dropped his invention into the global market in 1907. Bakelite, the very first mass-produced
We’re not exactly at war… And so there haven’t been rules about food intake per household, like the last time there were rations. While mainstream
2020 exposed many areas in our supply chain where resources were finite, and showed us what could happen should we start to run low on
Cultural and social experts have called the past ten years the “Subscription Decade.” But it may be more accurate to call it…
The “Customization Decade.”
Your meals can be customized and delivered to your home for you to cook. You can design your own shampoo by answering a few questions about your hair and feeding the answers into an algorithm. You can even customize your entertainment by choosing a number of platforms you utilize the most and only paying for those.