Protein World Comes Back With More Indecent Ads And Khloé Kardashian

Protein World subway ads, accused for being insolent of imperfect body shaming, are once again back on the London Underground with another campaign starring Khloé Kardashian, asking if you «Can you keep up with a Kardashian?».

/ February 22, 2017

“I Miss Barack”: How Small Retailers Resist Trump

With the wave of Trump disapproving U.S. citizens emerged a whole new resisting economy. Anti-Trump merchandise is gaining momentum every day.

/ February 22, 2017

Hong Kong’s Empty Gallery: Art Through The Darkness

People usually paint on white walls but rarely on the black ones. But the black one lives its own life with inherent rules. And there is someone in Hong Kong who has managed to use this approach properly.

/ February 22, 2017

GoFundMe: A Crowdfunding Service Teaching Us Empathy

GoFundMe is a crowdfunding site designed to earn money for more personal and socially relevant causes. What makes it so different from others?

/ February 22, 2017

The Connections Lab: How To Touch And Feel Your Mate On The Distance

Today more and more couples live far away from each other. Lots of people even prefer this kind of relationship to the traditional one, but still, they need technologies to communicate over distance.

/ February 22, 2017

“Homo Deus”: Yuval Noah Harari On Mankind Tomorrow

In his new book “Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow”, a bestselling Israeli historian Yuval Noah Harari looks ahead and hazards a few guesses on what's next for humanity.

/ February 21, 2017

Many Shades Of Jennifer Herrema: How To Do Whatever You Want?

Fortunately, there are people who are always willing to do something new and important. Obviously, if you have any dreams, why not make them all come true? American musician and designer Jennifer Herrema is a perfect example of such a person.

/ February 21, 2017

My Sign My Story: How Susan Orlean Reminds Us That Little Actions Matter

After Women’s March Susan Orlean, writer and journalist has started a little campaign on Instagram where she shares the photos and stories of people who took part in that march. She reminds us that even small actions have meaning and are a part of the big...

/ February 21, 2017

“What I Be”: Thank You Steve Rosenfield I Am Not Alone

Wanting to do something that would touch people’s souls, Steve Rosenfield came up with an idea to share people’s insecurities by writing them on their skin. His aim to make an empowering and uniting project has certainly been achieved.

/ February 21, 2017

Inside The Celmatix: How Piraye Beim Decodes The Genomics Of Infertility

A great number of U.S. women in their thirties and forties are struggling with various fertility treatments. Piraye Yurttas Beim at Celmatix is sure - there is undoubtedly a key to handling the reproductive health issues.

/ February 17, 2017

“Hot Mess“: Luka Sabbat And Noah Dillon Play On Contradictions

Last week in NY Luka Sabbat and Noah Dillon celebrated their first photographic collaboration. The show shot from an insiders perspective the "youth" capturing the "youth" seeks to give the viewer a perspective on a society that is connected as it never has been before.

/ February 17, 2017

eAdvocacy: How PopVox Gives You A Voice And Gets Congress To Listen

Launched in 2011 by two Washington insiders Marci Harris and Rachna Choudhry, POPVOX is a civic engagement platform that combines real-time legislative data with users’ personal stories and sentiment, and delivers public input to the government.

/ February 17, 2017
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