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TV networks partner to standardize addressable advertising
Yet another consortium is forming among TV companies-this time to establish standards in addressable advertising.
Dubbed  "Project  OAR_"  which  stands  for  Open  Addressable  Ready_  the  goal  is  to  develop  and  deploy  a  new_  standard  for  delivering  ads  to  individual  households  on  smart  TVs_  which  is  known  as  advertising. 
11 days ago by palfiericmw
Degrowth in the Suburbs - A Radical Urban Imaginary | Sam Alexander | Palgrave Macmillan
This book addresses a central dilemma of the urban age: how to make the vast suburban landscapes ringing the globe safe and sustainable in the face of planetary ecological crisis. We argue that degrowth, a planned contraction of economic overshoot, is the only feasible principle for suburban renewal
november 2018 by zesteur
The Resilient Gardener - Holmgren Store
Combines passion for organic gardening with newly emerging scientific information from many fields: ecology, nutrition, health, and medicine.
november 2018 by zesteur
RetroSuburbia: the downshifter’s guide to a resilient future
David Holmgren's new book on how to downshift and retrofit your home, gardens, communities and self to be more self-organised, sustainable and resilient.
november 2018 by zesteur
Dollar Street
images of people, homes, household items from around the world, organised by income levels. fascinating.
data  images  comparisons  homes  households  income 
january 2018 by starrjulie
You should’ve asked | Emma
On organizing households and mental load - why "you should've asked" is often a cop-out.
explanations  mental-load  households  relationships  roommates  gender  society  feminism 
june 2017 by mindways
‘Honsul,’ the art of savoring the tipsy self
Amid the rise of single-person households in Korea -- now comprising a quarter of all families here -- a growing number of people have taken up the habit of drinking alone, a phenomenon known locally as “honsul.” An increasing number of bars cater to this segment of customers, and the practice has been dramatized in soap operas.

“The biggest benefit of living alone is finding the time and space to reclaim solitude,” wrote Eric Klinenberg, professor of sociology at New York University, in his international best-seller “Going Solo: The Extraordinary Rise and Surprising Appeal of Living Alone.”

Professor Andrew Kim, sociologist and dean of Korea University’s Graduate School of International Studies, told The Korea Herald that the trend is a counterreaction to people’s “excessive obsession” with groupthink mentality.

“Koreans cannot say ‘no’ to group activities,” Kim said. “There is an implicit sacrosanctity in doing everything ‘together,’ the basis of which forms Confucianism. This can put a lot of stress on people, who have very little time for themselves.”

Due to the prevalent need to “save face,” Koreans are forcibly dragged into eating and drinking with others, he said, adding that people are only beginning to appreciate the virtues of privacy.
honsul  labels  label-making  label  making  Korean  single  households 
january 2017 by thegrandnarrative

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