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LEL and PBP – how do they compare? – Cycling Intelligence
As this is going to be a long post, I’ll try to give a short answer first. Both Paris-Brest-Paris and London-Edinburgh-London are ruddy fantastic events. Taking part and finishing was among the best experiences I’ve ever had. From the outside, PBP and LEL may look very similar – you ride your bike for a bloody long way. But in fact, both events are rather different: PBP is a party, while LEL is an adventure.
LondonEdinburghLondon  ParisBrestParis  comparison  cycling  brevet  audax  personalaccount  CyclingIntelligence  2017 
10 weeks ago by inspiral
Social Analytics: Breaking Down Facebook Insights | social CSU
the “number of people who saw your Page posts through a story shared by a friend (unique users).” I like to see this number because it sheds light on how we arrived at the total Page Posts Reach. For example, our August 2017 Page Posts Reach amount is 983,547 unique users. The Viral Reach of Page Posts for the same month is 878,356, which is an indication that our total reach is largely comprised of users who saw our Page posts because one of their friends interacted with our content.

How: Insights Page Data Export > Key Metrics Tab > Column AU > Bottom Cell
Facebook  FacebookInsights  analytics  guide  ColoradoStateUniversity  2017 
march 2018 by inspiral
Google Tag Manager vs Google Analytics: Fully Explained - Analytics Mania
In this blog post I’ll compare Google Tag Manager vs Google Analytics and show you the main differences.
analytics  GoogleTagManager  GoogleAnalytics  comparison  AnalyticsMania  2017 
february 2018 by inspiral
3D printing is yesterday's news. Rapid liquid printing is the future | WIRED UK
A new printing method developed by MIT Self-Assembly Lab and Steelcase has the potential to change the way we think about design
3Dprinting  innovation  manufacturing  MIT  Wired  2017 
january 2018 by inspiral
Funkhaus Nalepastraße: A Place With an Illustrious Past - Berlin Logs - Berlin for English Speakers
The Funkhaus is not an all-night disco - funk means radio in german– rather, it’s a colossal East German structure that used to be the largest radio-broadcasting site in the world. Think of it as the BBC of the DDR. After the fall of the wall, and despite a series of ambiguous ownership since the 90's, the Funkhaus maintained its relevance renting out its numerous studios to artists. Today the facility is a treasure trove for musicians, sound designers, producers, film directors, performance artists, and a great resource for anyone interested in Berlin history or architecture.
Funkhaus  culture  architecture  history  Berlin  Germany  BerlinLogs  2017 
january 2018 by inspiral
Be Careful When Raising Minimum Wages - Bloomberg
What happens when pay floors rise is open to debate, so going slow makes sense.
income  employment  minimumwage  research  review  USA  author:NoahSmith  Bloomberg  2017 
january 2018 by inspiral
Thomasina Miers’ recipe for whole roast cauliflower with muhammara | Life and style | The Guardian
Cauliflower is one of those rare vegetables that can take just about anything you throw at it
cauliflower  muhammara  recipe  Guardian  2017 
january 2018 by inspiral
Inside the Eccentric, Unstoppable Deal-Making of Masayoshi Son - Bloomberg
The Japanese billionaire has changed the startup game with his aggressive investing and enormous checkbook. Does he know what he’s doing?
MasayoshiSon  SoftBank  profile  venturecapital  investment  startup  Uber  Alibaba  Didi  Brain  Bloomberg  2017 
january 2018 by inspiral
The Problem with Muzak | Liz Pelly
Spotify’s ambition to superannuate labels is evident. In its quest for total power and control, Spotify has prioritized its own content, and it has made it notably more difficult to find albums rather than playlists. Search an artist’s name, and you’ll more quickly find a Spotify-branded compilation of that musician’s work than an album. If it isn’t clear by now, Spotify wants playlists to be the most influential feature of the platform, an “innovation” the platform claims is driven by consumer habits but is obviously motivated by the company’s own branding interests, as well as their swelling need to provide evidence that will prove its worth as a platform to investors. But if this doesn’t convince you, take heed: Spotify is even starting to creep into the game of pressing vinyl, partnering with the popular subscription service Vinyl Me Please to press their “Spotify Singles” onto 7-inches. “Spotify and vinyl, now living together in harmony,” reads the Vinyl Me Please website. If Amazon is the “everything store,” just think of Spotify as the “everything music service.”
Spotify  music  streamingmedia  trends  playlist  review  critique  TheBaffler  2017 
january 2018 by inspiral
The year we wanted the internet to be smaller | The Verge
The old promise of the internet — niche communities, human connection, people exchanging ideas, maybe even paying each other for the work they’d made — never really lost its appeal, but this year it came back with a miniature vengeance.

We can see this longing for community — and specifically, the sort of small, weird communities that populated and defined the early internet — everywhere. There’s Amino, the Tumblr-inspired app that lets fandoms build online spaces that are essentially club houses, then coordinate the creation of elaborate works of fan art, fiction, cosplay, and fandom lore. At the request of its largely teenage audience, the platform released its first cosplay yearbook this December, and doled out honors to the best writing, photography, and tutorials around cosplay. The thousands of fandom-specific rooms are lively and strange, each with their own moderators and byzantine rules.
internet  culture  community  niche  patronage  Tumblr  Patreon  email  evolution  TheVerge  2017 
january 2018 by inspiral
Comparison Tables for Products, Services, and Features
Use this versatile GUI tool to support users when they need to make a decision that involves considering multiple attributes of a small number of offerings. Consistency in content, scannability, and a simple layout are some of the most important qualities of successful comparison tables.
comparisontables  comparison  userinterface  userexperience  webdesign  review  guide  NielsenNormanGroup  2017 
january 2018 by inspiral
Mega Menus Work Well for Site Navigation
Large, rectangular menus group navigation options to eliminate scrolling and use typography, icons, and tooltips to explain users' choices.
megamenu  menu  navigation  userinterface  userexperience  research  webdesign  guide  NielsenNormanGroup  2017 
january 2018 by inspiral
Flat UI Elements Attract Less Attention and Cause Uncertainty
Flat interfaces often use weak signifiers. In an eyetracking experiment comparing different kinds of clickability clues, UIs with weak signifiers required more user effort than strong ones.
flatdesign  userexperience  userinterface  webdesign  research  NielsenNormanGroup  2017 
january 2018 by inspiral
Nadav Kander - Dark Line - The Thames Estuary - Exhibitions - Flowers Gallery
British photographer Nadav Kander is best known for Yangtze - The Long River, for which he earned the prestigious Prix Pictet award in 2009. His ongoing series, Dark Line - The Thames Estuary, is a personal reflection on the landscape of the River Thames at its point of connection with the sea, through atmospheric images of its slow-moving dark waters and seemingly infinite horizons. Kander's increasingly abstracted photographs describe the landscape through minimal compositions and a painterly layering of tones that appear to stain or bleed through the photographic surface, conveying an inner experience parallel to that of the visible world.

The landscape of the Thames Estuary, studded with marshes and quicksand, resists settlement and remains hostile to the wary visitor. Drawn to a sense of concealment within this environment, Kander’s photographs are shaped by the psychogeography of the estuary, echoing the shrouded histories embedded in the silt of the river. Images of heavy skies and dark, turbulent waters summon memories of the toil and grit of the many thousands who have worked the river since Roman times, and recall the grimness of its history - of pirates roaming the waters, and ships sunk in battle. 
NadavKander  photography  exhibition  Thames  FlowersGallery  2017 
january 2018 by inspiral
'Black Mirror' Season 4 Review: 'Arkangel' - The Atlantic
Directed by Jodie Foster, the second episode of Season 4 taps into the anxieties of raising children.
Arkangel  BlackMirror  television  review  TheAtlantic  2017 
january 2018 by inspiral
'Black Mirror' Season 4 Review: 'USS Callister' - The Atlantic
The first episode of the Netflix show’s fourth season finds a new angle on tech horror through sci-fi satire.
USSCalister  BlackMirror  television  review  TheAtlantic  2017 
january 2018 by inspiral
America's Overlooked Addiction Crisis - Bloomberg
As alarms over the opioid crisis sound ever louder, a larger and more expensive substance problem in the U.S. is quietly growing much worse. One in eight Americans abuses alcohol, a new study finds, a 50 percent increase since the start of the century.

Alcohol abuse is as old as civilization itself, of course, but quantifying its costs is a more recent endeavor. Alcohol is responsible for one in 10 deaths among working-age Americans -- from accidents as well as illnesses. There are almost 90,000 alcohol-related deaths in America every year. Excessive drinking, mainly binge drinking, costs some $250 billion a year in lost productivity, health care and other expenses. The toll in personal suffering and ruined lives is incalculable.
alcohol  drinks  health  review  impact  cost  taxation  pricing  USA  Bloomberg  2017 
january 2018 by inspiral
Youth Radio: Why Are Guitar Sales Declining? | KUNR
All guitar sales in the United States have declined, according to statistics from Music Trades Magazine. Reno Youth Radio reporter Spencer Ellison talked to a long-time Reno musician and a guitar salesman about the trend.
guitar  music  decline  trends  KUNR  2017 
january 2018 by inspiral
Why Mormon Women are So Prevalent in the Beauty Industry | Allure
Mormonism “is and has always been very gender-organized,” says Megan Sanborn Jones, a professor at Brigham Young University (BYU) in Provo, Utah. The system “promotes a kind of biological determinism. If you’re a boy, you must want to be strong, play a sport, and then go on a mission. If you’re a girl, you must love makeup. Mormon girls, early on, are introduced to makeup and hairstyling and fashion.”
Mormon  beauty  women  gender  Utah  USA  Allure  2017 
january 2018 by inspiral
American reams: why a ‘paperless world’ still hasn’t happened | News | The Guardian
Why? Abigail J Sellen and Richard HR Harper, respectively a principal researcher at Microsoft Research Cambridge and co-director of Lancaster University’s Institute for Social Futures, have a few solid theories. First, they note that computers and the internet brought unprecedented access to information – information that, while accessed digitally, was still best consumed on dead trees. Second, printing technology became so small, cheap and reliable that just about anybody with a computer could also afford their own on-demand press.

“We have heard stories of paperless offices, but we have never seen one,” Sellen and Harper wrote in their book The Myth of the Paperless Office. “More commonly, the introduction of new technology does not get rid of paper; it increases it or shifts the ways in which it is used.” The catch here is that the book was published in 2002, just before luminous smartphone screens took a hold of the same paleomammalian cortex that steered early Homo sapiens toward fire’s glow.

Since then, screen resolutions, load times and user interfaces have improved dramatically, striving toward a functional ideal that, ironically, looks and feels a lot like paper. Just this year, a startup called reMarkable launched a tablet that offers “the most paper-like digital writing experience ever”. Technology is a snake that eats itself.
paper  evolution  review  Guardian  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
The History Behind China’s Obsession With Hot Water
China’s love affair with hot water is well-known. These days, tourist destinations around the world are flooded with Chinese travelers bearing backpacks loaded with sloshing vacuum-sealed flasks. Age is no barrier when it comes to the country’s unquenchable thirst for throat-scalding liquid: Young and old alike are united in their appetite for refreshment served at lip-blisteringly warm temperatures, perhaps with a twist of goji berries, ginseng, or chrysanthemum flowers.
culture  water  consumer  China  SixthTone  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
The Most Expensive Mile of Subway Track on Earth - The New York Times
How excessive staffing, little competition, generous contracts and archaic rules dramatically inflate capital costs for transit in New York.
publictransport  construction  LongIslandRailRoad  MTA  cost  review  critique  NewYork  USA  NYTimes  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Operation Car Wash: The biggest corruption scandal ever? | World news | The Guardian
In the long term, many still hope Car Wash will ultimately make Brazil a fairer, more efficient nation, run by cleaner, law-abiding politicians. But there is also a risk that the operation will shake the country’s fragile democracy to the ground and clear the way for a rightwing evangelical theocracy or a return to rule by dictators. Whether or not this purge proves a cure for Brazil will depend not just on who falls, but on who follows.
politics  corruption  Lula  DilaRousseff  MichelTemer  Petrobras  Brazil  Guardian  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Millennials Are Screwed - The Huffington Post
All of these trends—the cost of education, the rise of contracting, the barriers to skilled occupations—add up to an economy that has deliberately shifted the risk of economic recession and industry disruption away from companies and onto individuals. For our parents, a job was a guarantee of a secure adulthood. For us, it is a gamble. And if we suffer a setback along the way, there’s so little to keep us from sliding into disaster.
Millennials  finance  decline  insecurity  employment  casualisation  uncertainty  poverty  healthcare  incomeinequality  inequality  racism  retirement  housing  regulations  zoning  USA  HuffingtonPost  Highline  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
How rich hippies and developers went to war over Instagram’s favourite beach | News | The Guardian
With its Mayan ruins and moonlight raves, Tulum has become Mexico’s hippest holiday destination. But a spate of violent evictions reveals a darker side
Tulum  development  eviction  tourism  Mexico  Guardian  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
China’s Selfie Obsession | The New Yorker
Meitu’s apps are changing what it means to be beautiful in the most populous country on earth.
Meitu  celebrity  Meipai  selfie  HoneyCC  beauty  wanghong  cosmeticsurgery  China  NewYorker  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
New York's vanishing shops and storefronts: 'It's not Amazon, it's rent' | Business | The Guardian
“It’s not Amazon, it’s rent,” says Jeremiah Moss, author of the website and book Vanishing New York. “Over the decades, small businesses weathered the New York of the 70s with it near-bankruptcy and high crime. Businesses could survive the internet, but they need a reasonable rent to do that.”

Part of the problem is the changing make-up of New York landlords. Many are no longer mom-and-pop operations, but institutional investors and hedge funds that are unwilling to drop rents to match retail conditions. “They are running small businesses out of the city and replacing them with chain stores and temporary luxury businesses,” says Moss.
NewYork  retail  realestate  property  decline  gentrification  pricing  review  critique  USA  Guardian  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Reflecting on one very, very strange year at Uber — Susan Fowler
When I look back at the time I spent at Uber, I'm overcome with thankfulness that I had the opportunity to work with some of the best engineers around. I'm proud of the work I did, I'm proud of the impact that I was able to make on the entire organization, and I'm proud that the work I did and wrote a book about has been adopted by other tech companies all over the world. And when I think about the things I've recounted in the paragraphs above, I feel a lot of sadness, but I can't help but laugh at how ridiculous everything was. Such a strange experience. Such a strange year. 
Uber  gender  sexism  management  humanresources  review  critique  SusanJFowler  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Bodega Isn’t Just Bad Branding, It’s Bad Business - Eater
But I think the better analogy here is Blue Apron. Like Bodega, Blue Apron took something that involved leaving the house and engaging in moderate human interaction — in their case, grocery shopping for dinner — and slickly repackaged it in a way that it seemed actually to be selling a balm for recipe anxiety. Bloomberg’s always very smart Matt Levine called it “a tech company in the sense that its product is not meals, or ingredients, but simulacrum.” The problem was that the simulacrum wasn’t proprietary. As soon as it became clear that there was a demand for meal kits, everybody else got in on the action, too.
Bodega  groceries  startup  vendingmachine  review  critique  Eater  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Daring Fireball: The iPhone X
After two months using an iPhone X, I’m convinced Apple succeeded. The iPhone X is a triumph, a delightful conceptual modernization of a ten-year-old platform that, prior to using the iPhone X, I didn’t think needed a modernization. Almost nothing7 about the iPhone X calls undue attention to its cleverness. It all just seems like the new normal, and it’s a lot of fun.
iPhone  iPhoneX  iOS  smartphones  review  advocacy  evolution  author:JohnGruber  DaringFireball  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Behind the Fall and Rise of China's Xiaomi | WIRED
Xiaomi learned from that experience, and has been building its portfolio of some 5,700 patents ever since — most generated internally, some acquired from firms like Microsoft and Nokia. If Xiaomi doesn’t “gun up” with the necessary patent protection by the time it launches in the US, Apple or another big smartphone player will be eagerly waiting to slap the company with a billion-dollar patent suit.
Xiaomi  turnaround  strategy  review  advocacy  Wired  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Playlists! Lawsuits! Fake Songs! The Biggest Streaming-Music Trends of 2017 | Pitchfork
Breaking down the year’s most important stories in the world of streaming and looking forward to what’s next
music  streamingmedia  trends  review  playlist  musicvideo  free  Spotify  globalisation  profitability  filterbubble  Pitchfork  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
RA: Nyege Nyege: East Africa's new wave
Electronic music is booming in East Africa, and a small collective based in Kampala is at the heart of it all. Aaron Coultate travelled to Uganda to hear their story.
music  dancemusic  BoutiqElectroniq  NyegeNyege  profile  Uganda  Kampala  Africa  ResidentAdvisor  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
The Loneliness of the Long Distance Rocker | Rhett Miller
There’s another less obvious casualty of the great digital enclosure of the music business: as Spotify, YouTube, Apple, Google, et al., hoover up nearly all the available profits, the people marooned on the production side of a revenue-starved business model are trapped in a perennial race to the bottom, just to get by. This means that even the best-intentioned people, who got into music for the best possible collaborative reasons, are forced to reposition themselves as small-time hustlers, whose younger selves would likely be appalled to encounter them in today’s always-be-closing mode.
music  consolidation  Spotify  Google  streamingmedia  review  critique  personalaccount  author:RhettMiller  TheBaffler  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Something is wrong on the internet – James Bridle – Medium
A friend who works in digital video described to me what it would take to make something like this: a small studio of people (half a dozen, maybe more) making high volumes of low quality content to reap ad revenue by tripping certain requirements of the system (length in particular seems to be a factor). According to my friend, online kids’ content is one of the few alternative ways of making money from 3D animation because the aesthetic standards are lower and independent production can profit through scale. It uses existing and easily available content (such as character models and motion-capture libraries) and it can be repeated and revised endlessly and mostly meaninglessly because the algorithms don’t discriminate — and neither do the kids.
Youtube  children  onlinevideo  algorithms  review  critique  author:JamesBridle  Medium  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Ten years in, nobody has come up with a use for blockchain
Everyone says the blockchain, the technology underpinning cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, is going to change EVERYTHING. And yet, after years of tireless effort and billions of dollars invested, nobody has actually come up with a use for the blockchain—besides currency speculation and illegal transactions.

Each purported use case — from payments to legal documents, from escrow to voting systems—amounts to a set of contortions to add a distributed, encrypted, anonymous ledger where none was needed. What if there isn’t actually any use for a distributed ledger at all? What if, ten years after it was invented, the reason nobody has adopted a distributed ledger at scale is because nobody wants it?
Blockchain  cryptocurrencies  Bitcoin  technology  innovation  review  critique  author:KaiStinchcombe  HackerNoon  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
The Unexpected Joy of Being Sober and A Short History of Drunkenness – reviews | Books | The Guardian
Booze – a demon we’re better off without, or a social lubricant down the ages? You decide …
alcohol  trends  soberiety  UK  Guardian  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Venue of last resort: the climate lawsuits threatening the future of big oil | Environment | The Guardian
In an era of environmental deregulation, groups like the American Petroleum Institute are focusing resources on the courts – and ‘time is on industry’s side’
climatechange  petroleum  legal  environment  review  Guardian  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Chris Froome Just Killed Pro Cycling | Outside Online
We’re told that the sport has cleaned itself up and cheating is a thing of the past. Yet with the world’s top racer pushing the limits of fair play, it's sure hard to believe that.
ChrisFroome  cycling  doping  review  critique  OutsideOnline  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Obama’s Parting Gift: The Power Not to Fear White Racism | The New Yorker
When Barack Obama first campaigned for President, he ran on hope. But hope, I have come to feel, is only needed by the fearful. What his Presidency left me with is power.
BarackObama  politics  profile  advocacy  race  NewYorker  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
The Great AI Paradox - MIT Technology Review
This isn’t just a semantic quibble. There’s a big difference between a machine that displays “intelligent behavior,” no matter how useful that behavior is, and one that is actually intelligent. Now, let’s grant that the definition of intelligence is murky. And as computers become more powerful, it’s tempting to move the goalposts farther away and redefine intelligence so that it remains something machines can’t yet be said to possess.
artificialintelligence  forecast  review  critique  TechnologyReview  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Bitcoin Crashed and Took the Whole Market Down With It
The price of bitcoin plunged on Friday, continuing a steady downward spiral that’s lasted all week. True believers are shrugging it off, but with its newfound notoriety, a lot of latecomers are feeling some pain. All but two of the top 100 cryptocurrencies were significantly down this morning.
Bitcoin  cryptocurrencies  valuation  decline  Gizmodo  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
How Trump makes extreme things look normal - YouTube
The scariest part of Trump's first year as president isn't how abnormal he is, it's how normal he makes everything else look by comparison.
OvertonWindow  politics  DonaldTrump  review  critique  Vox  Youtube  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Google Maps’s Moat
How far ahead of Apple Maps is Google Maps?
GoogleMaps  AppleMaps  comparison  review  JustinOBeirne  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
The Secret History of the Russian Consulate in San Francisco – Foreign Policy
The dynamics and methods they employ will necessarily change, these officials said, but San Francisco and Silicon Valley are simply too target-rich, too valuable, and too soft for them to cease activities here. The spy war will endure; the Russians will, over time, rebuild their networks, adjusting their activities to account for their lack of local diplomatic cover. Ultimately, the circumstances surrounding the closure of the San Francisco consulate are just one piece in a much larger, and far more shadowy, antagonism between the two nuclear superpowers. “The great game is upon us again,” one former intelligence official said to me. “San Francisco has always been a focal point for Russian interests. The work won’t stop.”
espionage  SanFrancisco  SiliconValley  Russia  USA  ForeignPolicy  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
55 Ways Donald Trump Structurally Changed America in 2017
These are the concrete actions his administration has taken to alter how the country works.
DonaldTrump  politics  review  immigration  migration  justice  environment  education  finance  consumer  foreignpolicy  critique  NYMag  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Bitcoin and Blockchain Will Reveal What They're Actually Good For in 2018 | WIRED
Those bets will continue as long as the market keeps rising. The cryptocurrency boom has been built on abundance—both in capital (because interest rates have been so low for so long) and in technical resources (because there were lots of idle CPUs before the cryptocurrency frenzy commenced). As BitTorrent inventor Bram Cohen says, “Bitcoin does a very good job of wasting every available resource it can get its hands on.” The technical resources have begun to dwindle, which is why gamers have to pay more for their graphic cards—the Bitcoin miners have bought up all the hardware. The slightest whiff of a financial crisis will tighten the available financial resources, too. The real test for cryptocurrencies, next year and beyond, will be whether they can evolve to be more efficient. Remember: The Cambrian Era ended in mass extinction.
Bitcoin  blockchain  review  critique  forecast  Wired  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
RA: 2017 in electronic music
We highlight the artists and musical movements that defined the year.
dancemusic  clubbing  music  review  electro  reissue  SouthAmerica  LatinAmerica  hardcore  ResidentAdvisor  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Silicon Valley Techies Still Think They're the Good Guys. They're Not. | WIRED
In 2008, it was Wall Street bankers. In 2017, tech workers are the world’s villain. “It’s the exact same story of too many people with too much money. That breeds arrogance, bad behavior, and jealousy, and society just loves to take it down,” the investor said. As a result, investors are avoiding anything that feels risky. Hunter Walk, a partner with venture capital firm Homebrew, which invested in Bodega, attributes the backlash to a broader response to power. Tech is now a powerful institution, he says. “We no longer get the benefit of the doubt 100 percent of the time, and that’s okay.”
startup  tech  SiliconValley  ethics  review  critique  backlash  Wired  BackChannel  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Estonia, the Digital Republic | The New Yorker
Its government is virtual, borderless, blockchained, and secure. Has this tiny post-Soviet nation found the way of the future?
tech  government  ID  blockchain  innovation  review  Estonia  NewYorker  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Theater chains are terrified of MoviePass because of subscribers like me - The Verge
MoviePass is radically changing the value of the theatrical film experience, but what does that mean for consumers and theater owners?
MoviePass  film  movies  subscription  review  trends  TheVerge  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Disney and Fox – Stratechery by Ben Thompson
The implication of Netflix’s shift to original programming, though, isn’t simply the fact that the streaming company is a full-on competitor for cable TV: it is a competitor for differentiated content as well. That gives Netflix far more leverage over content suppliers like Disney than the cable companies ever had.
Disney  takeover  Fox  review  cableTV  streamingmedia  comparison  Netflix  strategy  Stratechery  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
What Bullets Do to Bodies - Highline
The gun debate would change in an instant if Americans witnessed the horrors that trauma surgeons confront every day.
guns  health  impact  review  AmyGoldberg  profile  Highline  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Why Once-Loved McDonald’s Now Has an Image Problem in China
The fast-food chain captured the zeitgeist when it opened its mainland stores in the ’90s, but many now deride it as old-fashioned and coarse.
McDonalds  fastfood  trends  food  decline  China  SixthTone  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
US embassy proves a catalyst for £15bn Nine Elms regeneration project | Art and design | The Guardian
Standing in contrast to dark brick luxury flats, the glass citadel aims to be a benign fortress that is part of a wider rejuvenation of ‘Knightsbridge of the South’
USEmbassy  architecture  review  NineElms  London  Guardian  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Bitcoin is none of the things it was supposed to be | The Outline
Bitcoin was supposed to disintermediate the finance industry — the system of banks and middlemen and transaction fees in which a single entity can hold your money hostage. Instead, it replicated this system and made it worse. Ordinary users all trust third parties to verify transactions and hold their money. The price is so volatile that no one wants to use Bitcoin for payments. And thanks to the current bubble, the electricity required to maintain the Bitcoin network is skyrocketing.
Bitcoin  disintermediation  review  critique  finance  TheOutline  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
The potato's role in the global dominance of white people — Quartzy
Smith had struck on a connection little recognized even today: that improved labor productivity, surging population, and outmigration were thanks to the potato.
potato  food  history  development  Europe  Quartz  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Boston. Racism. Image. Reality: The Spotlight Team takes on our hardest question - The Boston Globe
Google the phrase “Most racist city,” and Boston pops up more than any other place, time and time again.
Boston  race  racism  USA  BostonGlobe  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
The Sound of Music | Asymco
So there is some good reason to honor music at Apple. If it wasn’t for music, Apple would probably not exist today.
Apple  music  strategy  history  iPod  AppleMusic  Shazam  AirPods  HomePod  Asymco  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: 'Trump is where he is because of his appeal to racism' | Sport | The Guardian
The basketball legend and social activist who counted Ali and King among his contemporaries discusses Colin Kaepernick, LaVar Ball and Trump’s America
KareemAbdulJabbar  basketball  racism  race  activism  MuhammadAli  DonaldTrump  ColinKaepernick  MartinLutherKing  interview  Guardian  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Silicon Valley Is Sneaking Models Into This Year’s Holiday Parties - Bloomberg
“Ambiance and atmosphere models” contractually obligated to pretend they’re party guests are in record demand from local agencies.
SiliconValley  sexism  gender  employment  review  critique  Bloomberg  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Bitcoin Is Greener Than Its Critics Think - Bloomberg
Still, it’s important to put things in perspective. A recent report suggests that at current prices, Bitcoin miners will consume an estimated 8.27 terawatt-hours per year. That might sound like a lot, but it’s actually less than an eighth of what U.S. data centers use, 1 and only about 0.21 percent of total U.S. consumption. It also compares favorably to the currencies and commodities that bitcoin could help replace: Global production of cash and coins consumes an estimated 11 terawatt-hours per year, while gold mining burns the equivalent of 132 terawatt-hours. And that doesn’t include armored trucks, bank vaults, security systems and such. So in the right context, bitcoin is positively green.
Bitcoin  energy  comparison  review  climatechange  Bloomberg  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
How World Wrapps gilded the burrito and invented fast casual - Eater
How World Wrapps gilded the burrito and invented fast casual before there was a name for it
WorldWrapps  food  history  fastfood  burrito  Eater  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Oliver Norgrove's blog: Hard Brexit has reached a dead end
Though nobody is publicly admitting it, we are now at a dead end. The only way is to go back and redress the meaning of Brexit. We need to find a new way of balancing the mandate with efforts to protect our economy and constitutional integrity. Labour does not have so many issues with Brexit headbangers. There are no John Redwoods or Iain Duncan Smiths ready to pounce on what is called 'backsliding'. The Tories have tried their version of Brexit (note: not the version) and it has slammed forcefully into a brick wall. It now seems obvious to me that the only people that can save them from themselves are the electorate. 
Brexit  EuropeanUnion  internationalrelations  DavidDavis  Conservatives  review  critique  OliverNorgrove  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Israelis Will Pay for Trump's Jerusalem Gambit - Bloomberg
What the president expects in return for his generosity could be costly in the peace process.
DonaldTrump  internationalrelations  Jerusalem  review  Israel  Palestine  Bloomberg  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Bitcoin could cost us our clean-energy future | Grist
If you’re like me, you’ve probably been ignoring the bitcoin phenomenon for years — because it seemed too complex, far-fetched, or maybe even too libertarian. But if you have any interest in a future where the world moves beyond fossil fuels, you and I should both start paying attention now.
Bitcoin  cryptocurrencies  energy  pollution  climatechange  review  critique  Grist  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
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