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The warmth and wisdom of mud buildings | Anna Heringer

“There are a lot of resources given by nature for free — all we need is our sensitivity to see them and our creativity to use them,” says architect Anna Heringer. Heringer uses low-tech materials like mud and bamboo to create structures from China to Switzerland, Bangladesh and beyond. Visit an awe-inspiring school, an elegant […]

It’s About What Your Team Can Do

HS2’s mission is to leverage technology and digital marketing to drive superior results for our clients. Phil Hollyer, CEO, knows that the set of successful set of skills tend to change as you progress with your career. Hollyer and his team focus on working as a team and understanding one another in order to make […]

Future tech will give you the benefits of city life anywhere | Julio Gil

Don’t believe predictions that say the future is trending towards city living. Urbanization is actually reaching the end of its cycle, says logistics expert Julio Gil, and soon more people will be choosing to live (and work) in the countryside, thanks to rapid advances in augmented reality, autonomous delivery, off-the-grid energy and other technologies. Think […]

A World Renowned Chef and Spice Blender Shares His Recipe for Success

In William Cowper’s poem “The Task” (1785), he wrote: “Variety is the very spice of life, That gives it all its flavor.” For chef and spice blender Lior Lev Sercarz, those words have extra meaning. The owner of La Boîte, a biscuits and spice shop in New York City, Lior has been featured in numerous […]

U.S Open Champion Andy Roddick Gives Advice on Books, Tennis & Staying Focused

Andrew Stephen Roddick is an American former professional tennis player from the US. Roddick became a Grand Slam singles champion and world number one shortly after he won the title at the 2003 US Open. In this interview with Andy Roddick and Patrick Bet-David, they discuss the daily habits of a champion, personal development, life […]

Look Inwardly At Yourself

Old Town School of Folk Music teaches and celebrates music and cultural expressions rooted in the traditions of diverse American and global communities. Executive Director, Bau Graves, explains how important it is to nurture your community as well as the importance of the music. Graves works hard each day to make sure that the school […]

What we’re missing in the debate about immigration | Duarte Geraldino

Between 2008 and 2016, the United States deported more than three million people. What happens to those left behind? Journalist Duarte Geraldino picks up the story of deportation where the state leaves off. Learn more about the wider impact of forced removal as Geraldino explains how the sudden absence of a mother, a local business […]

Why Africa must become a center of knowledge again | Olúfẹ́mi Táíwò

How can Africa, the home to some of the largest bodies of water in the world, be said to have a water crisis? It doesn’t, says Olúfẹ́mi Táíwò — it has a knowledge crisis. Táíwò suggests that lack of knowledge on important topics like water and food is what stands between Africa’s current state and […]

How digital DNA could help you make better health choices | Jun Wang

What if you could know exactly how food or medication would impact your health — before you put it in your body? Genomics researcher Jun Wang is working to develop digital doppelgangers for real people; they start with genetic code, but they’ll also factor in other kinds of data as well, from food intake to […]

What’s The Correlation Between Time Spent And Ad Spend on Mobile? Social Media Minute

Jan Rezab explains the growth in average time spend on mobile devices and discusses the disproportion between this number and the amount of money marketers invest in mobile advertising.