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I’m 24 and Just Watched ‘Heathers’ For the First Time – Yikes
The humor of “Heathers” only worked for me only when the shock was outlandish enough that I couldn’t imagine the events on film happening in real life today.
Heathers  film  review  comparison  TheWrap  2019 
yesterday by inspiral
TikTok gives its users more of what makes them feel good. This is not social media; this is purely personal.
TikTok  socialmedia  onlinevideo  review  Pakistan  Dawn  2019 
8 days ago by inspiral
“I joined Nike because I wanted to be the fastest female athelete ever.”
At 17, Mary Cain was already a record-breaking phenom: the fastest girl in a generation, and the youngest American track and field athlete to make a World Championships team. In 2013, she was signed by the best track team in the world, Nike’s Oregon Project, run by its star coach Alberto Salazar. Then everything collapsed.
MaryCain  atheltics  AlbertoSalazar  personalaccount  Nike  review  critique  NYTimes  2019 
8 days ago by inspiral
Why Do American Doctors Perform Virginity Tests?
But until parents, educators, law enforcement, and medical professionals are better informed and protections are put in place, girls and women will continue to be judged and deemed worthy—of love, even of life—based on the appearance of a thin piece of membrane. One that never meant much of anything at all.
hymen  virginity  sexuality  sex  sexism  gender  medicine  review  critique  MarieClaire  2019 
8 days ago by inspiral
Spotify Saved the Music Industry. Now What? | Fortune
To stay on top, Spotify must keep that balance between partner and adversary with the record industry. And just to be safe, it should probably avoid starting any new fights with Taylor Swift.
Spotify  music  streamingmedia  strategy  podcast  review  Fortune  2019 
16 days ago by inspiral
Is Amazon Unstoppable? | The New Yorker
Politicians want to rein in the retail giant. But Jeff Bezos, the master of cutthroat capitalism, is ready to fight back.
Amazon  JeffBezos  management  monopoly  antitrust  employment  review  NewYorker  2019 
5 weeks ago by inspiral
What If The World Treated The U.S. Like a Rogue State | HuffPost Highline
This is an unfamiliar situation for everyone. David Sylvan, a political scientist and one of Biersteker’s colleagues, compared the present incarnation of the U.S. to “a large, powerful, overgrown child with a handgun. How do you deal with that?” The U.S. has never hesitated to make up the rules for itself, but after the end of World War II, it was largely cast as a hegemon maintaining a global order. Now, it is a hegemon that scorns that order. More and more, the world fears that Trump is only a symptom of a much deeper problem, said James Davis, an American political scientist at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland. European politicians in particular, he said, worry that deep social trends in America—towards chauvinism, insularity and coercion—will keep blooming even after Trump leaves the White House. Other governments “aren’t going to be willing to deal with you on the same terms again,” Davis added. “They won’t trust the system. They’ll worry that in a few years, there will be another explosion.”
internationalrelations  politics  review  critique  sanctions  USA  HuffingtonPost  2019 
5 weeks ago by inspiral
Collision course: why are cars killing more and more pedestrians? | Technology | The Guardian
For drivers, roads are safer than ever – but for people on foot, they are getting deadlier. Car companies and Silicon Valley claim that they have the solution. But is that too good to be true? By Peter C Baker
pedestrians  automotive  safety  review  decline  selfdrivingvehicles  critique  Guardian  2019 
6 weeks ago by inspiral
The Dark Side of Techno-Utopianism | The New Yorker
Big technological shifts have always empowered reformers. They have also empowered bigots, hucksters, and propagandists.
Facebook  4Chan  8Chan  printingpress  socialmedia  evolution  freespeech  review  critique  NewYorker  2019 
6 weeks ago by inspiral
The Good Guy/Bad Guy Myth
Good guy/bad guy narratives might not possess any moral sophistication, but they do promote social stability, and they’re useful for getting people to sign up for armies and fight in wars with other nations. Their values feel like morality, and the association with folklore and mythology lends them a patina of legitimacy, but still, they don’t arise from a moral vision. They are rooted instead in a political vision, which is why they don’t help us deliberate, or think more deeply about the meanings of our actions. Like the original Grimm stories, they’re a political tool designed to bind nations together.
folklore  comparison  film  bad  good  simplification  review  critique  Aeon  2018 
6 weeks ago by inspiral
Beachheads and Obstacles – Stratechery by Ben Thompson
What Amazon and Facebook do have in common — and perhaps this is why both seem to look back at their very successful smartphone eras with regret — is that Apple and Google are their biggest obstacles to success, and it’s because of their smartphone platforms.
Amazon  Alexa  Facebook  Oculus  strategy  review  virtualreality  virtualassistant  critique  Stratechery  2019 
6 weeks ago by inspiral
Karachi Is Where Pakistan’s Tenacity Is on Full Display - Bloomberg
Karachi is hardly a tourist destination, but it’s a must-see for anyone interested in why cities thrive.
Karachi  review  economy  qualityoflife  transport  health  Pakistan  author:TylerCowen  Bloomberg  2019 
7 weeks ago by inspiral
Succession: The rise of HBO’s new must-watch show - Vox
But the deeper season two goes, the more Logan’s monstrousness is treated as critical to the formation of his children. They long desperately to be loved. But what they get, mostly, is a sense that they have no control over anything in their lives. They spread that lack of control outward, to everyone around them. They are a ruling class that does not understand what it means to rule, much less how much that damages everyone they come into contact with, because all they have known is damage.
Succession  television  drama  HBO  review  advocacy  Vox  2019 
7 weeks ago by inspiral
What Ever Happened To Waterbeds?
They became popular during the counterculture of the ’70s, then went mainstream and moved out to the suburbs. Now, barely anyone will buy one.
waterbed  bed  furniture  history  review  MentalFloss  2016 
7 weeks ago by inspiral
Why are RVs so poorly made? - Curbed
“You’re not going to buy an RV and drive it off the lot and have no hassles”
recreationalvehicle  vanlife  maintenance  automotive  review  critique  Curbed  2019 
7 weeks ago by inspiral
Is We Work a Fraud? - Henry Hawksberry - Medium
WeWork will never ever, in its short history, generate a profit, let alone the tens of billions in revenues necessary to generate anywhere near the $3 billion in earnings required to (even then generously) value the company at £47 billion.
WeWork  property  coworking  IPO  profitability  review  critique  Medium  author:HenryHawksberry  2019 
7 weeks ago by inspiral
As a foreign reporter visiting the US I was stunned by Trump's press conference | Lenore Taylor | Opinion | The Guardian
In most circumstances, presenting information in as intelligible a form as possible is what we are trained for. But the shock I felt hearing half an hour of unfiltered meanderings from the president of the United States made me wonder whether the editing does our readers a disservice.
DonaldTrump  interview  incoherence  journalism  review  critique  Guardian  2019 
7 weeks ago by inspiral
Crash Course | The New Republic
“One hundred and eighty-nine lives were lost, and executives at Boeing cared more about its stock price than preventing such a tragedy from occurring again.”
Boeing  aviation  737  management  review  critique  NewRepublic  2019 
8 weeks ago by inspiral
Too Much Dark Money In Almonds | Slate Star Codex
In this model, the difference between politics and almonds is that if you spend $2 on almonds, you get $2 worth of almonds. In politics, if you spend $2 on Bernie Sanders, you get nothing, unless millions of other people also spend their $2 on him. People are great at spending money on direct consumption goods, and terrible at spending money on coordination problems.

I don’t want more money in politics. But the same factors that keep money out of politics keep it out of charity too.
politics  charity  fundraising  review  critique  SlateStarCodex  2019 
8 weeks ago by inspiral
What Happened to Urban Dictionary? | WIRED
The crowdsourced dictionary once felt like a pioneering tool of the early internet era. Now in its 20th year, it has become something much more inhospitable.
UrbanDictionary  profile  review  crowdsourcing  decline  language  Wired  2019 
8 weeks ago by inspiral
Downton Abbey at the cinema: TV-sized acting that looks grotesque on the big screen
The film leaves nothing left to ridicule, no cliché unexploited and no spectacle to recommend it.
DowntonAbbey  cinema  review  critique  NewStatesman  2019 
8 weeks ago by inspiral
Thomas Piketty's New Book Brings Political Economy Back to Its Sources -
To simplify, the elite became divided between the educated “Brahmins” and the more commercially-minded “investors,” or capitalists. This development, however, left the people who failed to experience upward educational and income mobility unrepresented, and those people are the ones that feed the current “populist” wave. Quite extraordinarily, Piketty shows the education and income shifts of left-wing parties’ voters using very similar long-term data from all major developed democracies (and India). The fact that the story is so consistent across countries lends an almost uncanny plausibility to his hypothesis.
ThomasPiketty  TopIncomesinFranceintheTwentiethCentury  review  economics  incomeinequality  politics  ProMarket  2019 
8 weeks ago by inspiral
How Tech Firms Like Uber Hide Behind the ‘Platform Defense’ | WIRED
And now we learn that Uber isn’t a hired car company, but a platform. Do the drivers live in poverty? Are they overworked? An employer is invested in the welfare of its workers and can be held to account by unions and government regulations. But a platform? That’s another word for the marketplace, and the marketplace doesn’t believe in tears.

There is a reason that some people call Silicon Valley a font of cruelty. The platform defense seems like an easy justification for turning your eyes away from social destruction. But even more insidious is the trashing of basic, time-tested standards for relationships, whether between news tellers or storytellers and their audience, between hosts and their guests, between employers and their employees.
sharingeconomy  review  critique  legal  Uber  Lyft  Airbnb  Wired  2019 
8 weeks ago by inspiral
Apple, services and moats — Benedict Evans
It should be clear that I’m pretty skeptical of the TV Plus project, but that shouldn’t take away from the broader story - that Apple is, mostly, doing things that are entirely natural and correct for this stage of the smartphone S Curve. 4bn people now have a smartphone, 5bn have a mobile phone and there are only about 5.5bn people over 14 on earth - this is a maturing market, with a maturing product. Apple won the high-end, Google won the rest, and this is now the time to optimise, iterate and execute, while thinking about what might be next. Glasses? Cars? Remember, Apple was working on the iPhone for 5 years before it launched, and Apple’s R&D budget is now larger than its total revenue in 2005.
Apple  strategy  AppleTV  review  critique  BenedictEvans  2019 
9 weeks ago by inspiral
Fast fashion companies like Zara, Boohoo, and H&M are bad for the environment and economy - Vox
Companies like Zara, Forever 21, H&M, and Boohoo make cheap, disposable clothing, but the cost is higher than we think.
fashion  fastfashion  review  critique  environment  globalwarming  employment  ethicalbusiness  Vox  2019 
9 weeks ago by inspiral
JRA with the Angry Asian: Riding outside is dead. Long live riding outside. | CyclingTips
Riding outside is still ultimately the goal, or at least it should be. And now that I’ve had a few days to ruminate on my time wandering the halls of Eurobike, I can’t help but feel like some portion of the bike industry has given up a little bit on trying to push that message. What everyone in the bike industry should be selling is joy in two-wheeled form, full stop.
Eurobike  cycling  indoorcycling  Peloton  Zwift  TrainerRoad  Sufferfest  review  critique  CyclingTips  2019 
9 weeks ago by inspiral
Let’s Talk About the Clothes on “Succession” | The New Yorker
But on Kendall it just looks confining, and a bit sad. The Roys dress the same way that they live: to protect what they have, not to revel in it.
Succession  fashion  television  review  NewYorker  2019 
10 weeks ago by inspiral
Kickshitter – On my Om
At the end of the summer of 2019, if there is one big takeaway, then it is that we have either lost trust or starting to lose trust in what once were many beloved technology companies and platforms. And that lack of trust is why we are retreating towards what Kickstarter co-founder Yancey Strickler — accurately, though perhaps with an ironic lack of self-awareness — calls the dark forests of the Internet.
Kickstarter  socialmedia  trust  review  critique  author:OmMalik  Om  2019 
10 weeks ago by inspiral
Camera sales are falling sharply – On my Om
What we are doing is creating selfies, documenting moments with family, and snapping photos of food and latte art. We aren’t even trying to build a scrapbook of those images. It is all a stream — less for remembrance than for real-time sharing. In other words, we have changed our relationship with photography and photographs. It used to be that, photos served as a portal to our past. Now, we are moving so fast as we try to keep up in the age of infinitesimal attention spans. A minute, might as well be a month ago.
camera  cameraphone  photography  smartphones  decline  review  author:OmMalik  Om  2019 
10 weeks ago by inspiral
Uber And Lyft Take A Lot More From Drivers Than They Say
The findings “support the argument that their business model is built on large scale labor exploitation.”
Uber  Lyft  ridesharing  sharingeconomy  employment  review  critique  Jalopnik  2019 
10 weeks ago by inspiral
‘Indecent’ and ‘Absurd’: Project for Gare du Nord Divides Paris - The New York Times
The plan for the Gare du Nord, the terminus for the Eurostar train from London and the largest station in Europe, would cost 600 million euros, about $660 million, and force commuters and travelers to go through a platform lined with shops before getting to the train platforms, in much the way that airports route passengers through duty-free shops.
GareduNord  urbandevelopment  gentrification  review  critique  Paris  France  NYTimes  2019 
10 weeks ago by inspiral
How Six Sigma's history set the stage for its demise — Quartz at Work
But simply following the steps of a process is no longer a guarantee of success, if it ever was. Business is increasingly complex and interconnected, and it seems unlikely any single system can tame it. The smart enterprise of the future will need a constantly evolving rotation of systems and skills, employed by adaptable and flexible workers. They will be harder to teach in a course, but they may outlast all the fads and fashions that preceded them.
SixSigma  management  qualityassurance  GE  review  critque  Quartz  2019 
10 weeks ago by inspiral
Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: Where Is It? - The Atlantic
Five years ago, the flight vanished into the Indian Ocean. Officials on land know more about why than they dare to say.
MH370  airlines  MalaysiaAirlines  disaster  accident  review  TheAtlantic  2019 
10 weeks ago by inspiral
Amazon’s Next-Day Delivery Has Brought Chaos And Carnage To America’s Streets — But The World’s Biggest Retailer Has A System To Escape The Blame
Amazon’s Next-Day Delivery Has Brought Chaos And Carnage To America’s Streets — But The World’s Biggest Retailer Has A System To Escape The Blame
Deaths and devastating injuries. A litany of labor violations. Drivers forced to urinate in their vans. Here is how Amazon’s gigantic, decentralized, next-day delivery network brought chaos, exploitation, and danger to communities across America.
Amazon  delivery  logistics  employment  review  critique  Buzzfeed  2019 
10 weeks ago by inspiral
Drone Bubble Bursts, Wiping Out Startups and Hammering VC Firms - Bloomberg
Commercial market for unmanned aircraft is slow to take flight
Some companies gain by buying up rivals to broaden focus
drones  startup  review  critique  Bloomberg  2019 
10 weeks ago by inspiral
Holidays Are a Way of Life in France in August. Yellow Vests Can’t Afford Them. - The New York Times
France is justifiably famous for its long summer vacations. But more and more can no longer afford to go, reflecting an increasingly unequal society.
income  incomeinequality  giletsjaunes  holiday  France  review  critique  NYTimes  2019 
10 weeks ago by inspiral
Why you should think twice before getting in a pool | Popular Science
Pools are festering, pathogenic baths that we fool ourselves into thinking are clean.
pool  swimming  health  review  critique  PopularScience  2018 
11 weeks ago by inspiral
The Problem with ‘Hack’ Culture
It’s time to move on from the hack culture and just do the stuff that actually works.
selfhelp  hack  review  critique  Pocket  2019 
11 weeks ago by inspiral
Leviathans in the Harbor | Hakai Magazine
The race for bigger and more opulent vessels underscores our taste for excess and drive for economies of scale. This makes cruise ships easy targets for critics of overtourism in cruise destinations around the world, where we increasingly overwhelm the very places we hope to see.

In Alaska, we’ve also set ourselves on a collision course between our desire to luxuriate in one of the natural wonders of the world and the price it pays for our vacation.
cruise  cruiseindustry  tourism  overtourism  review  critique  Alaska  HakaiMagazine  2019 
11 weeks ago by inspiral
Google Is Tightening Its Grip on Your Website - OneZero
Google has argued that AMP is good for the web as a whole and that it cares about journalism. I agree that the company has invested heavily in the ecosystem and that AMP has helped make the web faster — but if Google genuinely cared, it would rank pages based on speed alone, not whether they use some special format of HTML. If the company wanted a better ecosystem, it could build something that didn’t push publishers into investing limited resources on a format that primarily furthers Google’s goals.
AcceleratedMobilePages  webjournalism  mobileinternet  review  critique  OneZero  2019 
11 weeks ago by inspiral
Koks, the World’s Most Remote Foodie Destination | The New Yorker
Looking around the table, I calculated that, collectively, we would be burning through roughly thirty-two thousand air miles to enjoy a fanatically locavore, ecologically pristine meal.
Koks  restaurants  food  review  FaroeIslands  NewYorker  2019 
11 weeks ago by inspiral
What Netflix’s ‘Great Hack’ Gets Wrong About Cambridge Analytica | The Nation
Unfortunately, the Cambridge Analytica/Facebook scandal also has renewed a very old and disabling fable embraced by many well-meaning people on the left, which is that Americans (and others overseas) keep voting for right-wing authoritarians because they are being manipulated by the media. I’m old enough to remember the 1980s, when progressives sought to explain Ronald Reagan’s popularity by emphasizing the biases of mainstream media. Now, because many people are in awe of the magical powers of technology and lack basic literacy in how political persuasion works, a new fable is spreading—the notion of the Great Hack.
CambridgeAnalytica  Brexit  DonaldTrump  politics  BigData  review  critique  TheBigHack  Nation  2019 
11 weeks ago by inspiral
Three Years of Misery Inside Google, the Happiest Company in Tech | WIRED
Sexual harassment. Hate speech. Employee walkouts. The Silicon Valley giant is trapped in a war against itself. And there’s no end in sight.
Google  diversity  internalcommunications  ethics  politics  review  critique  Wired  2019 
august 2019 by inspiral
The rise and fall of French cuisine | Food | The Guardian
French food was the envy of the world – before it became trapped by its own history. Can a new school of traditionalists revive its glories? By Wendell Steavenson
food  restaurants  history  review  critique  Guardian  2019  France 
august 2019 by inspiral
How the Invention of Spreadsheet Software Unleashed Wall Street on the World
“Spreadsheets give this impression of objectivity, a certain accuracy, because they look complicated: there are lots of digits, you can put all these ideas and data points together and create these elaborate structures, and produce what seem to be incredibly precise answers.”

“But they are actually quite vulnerable to small errors, and very brittle, with no mechanism for telling you if they’ve gone off the rails.”
spreadsheets  finance  history  data  review  critique  Gizmodo  2019 
august 2019 by inspiral
Tourism Is Overwhelming the World's Top Destinations - Bloomberg
But tourism has a down side as well. As the Everest example shows, travel to the most popular destinations is subject to what economists call congestion externalities -- when you go to a famous place, your presence makes the experience just a little less convenient and comfortable for everyone else. Multiply that effect by the millions, and the world’s tourists are crowding each other out of a good time. I felt this myself when I recently went to Golden Gai, a bar district that used to be one of Tokyo’s hidden gems, and found that it was packed with Western and Chinese tourists.
tourism  overtourism  growth  review  congestion  congestioncharging  Bloomberg  2019 
august 2019 by inspiral
WeWork IPO Shows It’s the Most Magical Unicorn - Bloomberg
WeWork may be the most magical creature in the last decade of richly valued “unicorn” startups that are attempting to bust up established industries. Its ambition is ambitious even by unicorn standards. So are its growth, losses, potential conflicts of interest and financial gymnastics. Succeed or fail, at least WeWork is not boring. 
WeWork  profile  review  profitability  revenues  critique  IPO  Bloomberg  2019 
august 2019 by inspiral
Ta-Nehisi Coates Talks to Jesmyn Ward About Writing Fiction, Reparations, and the Legacy of Slavery | Vanity Fair
With his groundbreaking nonfiction works, Ta-Nehisi Coates emerged as our most vital public intellectual. Now, his debut novel, The Water Dancer, takes him to uncharted depths.
TaNehisiCoates  interview  fiction  nonfiction  review  profile  VanityFair  2019 
august 2019 by inspiral
Why are we all paying a tax to credit card companies?
Despite the tangle of institutions, most of the American payment system is quite cheap, efficient, and reliable — the result of well over a century of sustained government pressure and institution-building. Conversely, the immense profits of Visa, Mastercard, and the card-issuing banks are sheer parasitism. In an age of worldwide computer networks and near-instantaneous communication, it ought to cost virtually nothing to buy something. With just a little more public effort, that could become a reality.
creditcards  payments  Visa  Mastercard  review  critique  finance  USA  TheWeek  2019 
august 2019 by inspiral
The Fortnite World Cup is a glimpse of esports' future | Opinion |
Personality and entertainment value are as important, if not more so, as tournament-winning gaming skill. Whether the young players who triumphed at last weekend's event will be able to turn that success into lasting status and earning power is likely to largely come down to their ability to cultivate a personal following.
gaming  esports  growth  review  GamesIndustryBiz  2019 
august 2019 by inspiral
How Cars Divide America
I’m not trying to blame the car for everything that’s wrong in America. But it is increasingly clear that in addition to wasted time and productivity, reduced quality of life, and even fatalities, the automobile takes another toll. It may be that cars are not only the chief destroyer of our communities, but are tearing at the nation’s political and social fabric.
automotive  urbandevelopment  review  critique  CityLab  2019 
august 2019 by inspiral
Athleisure, barre and kale: the tyranny of the ideal woman | News | The Guardian
This is how athleisure has carved out the space between exercise apparel and fashion: the former category optimizes your performance, the latter optimizes your appearance, and athleisure does both simultaneously. It is tailor-made for a time when work is rebranded as pleasure so that we will accept more of it – a time when, for women, improving your looks is a job that you’re supposed to believe is fun. And the real trick of athleisure is the way it can physically suggest that you were made to do this – that you’re the kind of person who thinks that putting in expensive hard work for a high-functioning, maximally attractive consumer existence is about as good a way to pass your time on Earth as there is.
women  gender  bodyimage  feminism  athleisure  review  critique  Guardian  2019 
august 2019 by inspiral
Advertising is a cancer on society — Jacek Złydach
Tallying up: uncontrolled growth? Check. Destructive consequences? Check. Hard to kill? Check. Co-opts resources? Check. Advertising has the characteristics of cancer.
advertising  review  critique  analogy  cancer  surveillance  AdTech  JacekZiydach  2019 
august 2019 by inspiral
Evidence, Please - Whither news? - Medium
that echo chambers and filter bubbles principally constitute an unfounded moral panic that presents a convenient technological scapegoat (search and social platforms and their affordances and algorithms) for a much more critical problem: growing social and political polarisation. But this is a problem that has fundamentally social and societal causes, and therefore cannot be solved by technological means alone. [My emphasis]
filterbubble  fakenews  webjournalism  socialmedia  review  critique  WhitherNews  2019 
august 2019 by inspiral
Have We Hit Peak Podcast? - The New York Times
And yet the frequency with which podcasts start (and then end, or “podfade,” as it’s coming to be known in the trade) has produced a degree of cultural exhaustion. We’re not necessarily sick of listening to interesting programs; but we’re definitely tired of hearing from every friend, relative and co-worker who thinks they’re just an iPhone recording away from creating the next “Serial.”
podcast  media  review  decline  NYTimes  2019 
july 2019 by inspiral
I Don’t Use Uber. Neither Should You. - Radical Urbanist - Medium
Uber has made getting from A to B easier for a certain group of people — of that there can be no doubt — but it’s also had severe consequences for other people who don’t have the resources to be frequent uberers. And, personally, I think that should be considered when we decide which service or transportation mode we want to use to get to our destination.
Uber  ridesharing  review  critique  employment  automotive  congestion  RadicalUrbanist  2019 
july 2019 by inspiral
10 things that stopped Brexit happening - BBC News
For the past few months, the BBC's Panorama team has spoken to those with first-hand knowledge of the negotiations - in Brussels, Paris and Dublin as well as Westminster. We've interviewed at length, on and off the record, the men and women who tried and failed to make a Brexit deal that both the UK and the EU could agree to.

This is an account of 10 crucial mistakes, mishaps and misunderstandings that might explain why we haven't left yet.
Brexit  review  critique  EuropeanUnion  UK  BBC  2019 
july 2019 by inspiral
The education of Steven Spielberg. It didn’t involve ivy. - The Washington Post
Two talented scholars, Stacy Berg Dale of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and Princeton economist Alan Krueger, used Spielberg’s name two decades ago to describe a surprising aspect of their research on selective college attendance. They found that students admitted to choosy colleges but who attended less selective schools were doing as well financially 20 years later as were students who attended the selective institutions. The researchers concluded that the character strengths that got them admitted to selective schools were what counted, not the college name on their diploma.
StevenSpielberg  profile  history  education  university  review  critique  WashingtonPost  2019 
july 2019 by inspiral
Luxury bottled water is absurd – so why is it so popular? | Life and style | The Guardian
People pay top dollar for ‘premium’ brands indistinguishable in blind taste tests from tap water – is it about status, wellness or something more fundamental?
water  bottled  growth  review  health  critique  Guardian  2019 
july 2019 by inspiral
The Innisfil experiment: the town that replaced public transit with Uber | Cities | The Guardian
But beyond the excitement of essentially having subsidised taxi service, experts paint a more troubling picture of questionable economic and environmental sustainability. The city has now spent more on Uber than the traditional transit option it was considering, and has dramatically increased the number of cars on its roads, with worrying implications for air quality and the climate crisis.
Uber  publictransport  Innisfil  Canada  review  Guardian  2019 
july 2019 by inspiral
We’re told that too much screen time hurts our kids. Where’s the evidence? | Andrew Przybylski and Amy Orben | Opinion | The Guardian
The authors of a landmark study argue that social media use has only minor effects on wellbeing. But an entire industry says otherwise
socialmedia  children  consumer  review  research  Guardian  2019 
july 2019 by inspiral
Amazon Shopping Is Easy. Browsing Is Agonizing - Bloomberg
It’s not perfect, and Sephora has a leg up because it mostly sells beauty products while Amazon sells everything. But this is emblematic of one of Amazon’s greatest weakness. It can be a great place to shop if someone knows exactly what she’s looking for, or for relatively undifferentiated purchases like toothpaste. Again and again, though, Amazon can be clueless about guiding people who aren’t sure what they want, or if they care a lot about how a product looks or works.
Amazon  ecommerce  discovery  review  critique  Bloomberg  2019 
july 2019 by inspiral
Large Majorities Dislike Political Correctness - The Atlantic
The gap between the progressive perception and the reality of public views on this issue could do damage to the institutions that the woke elite collectively run. A publication whose editors think they represent the views of a majority of Americans when they actually speak to a small minority of the country may eventually see its influence wane and its readership decline. And a political candidate who believes she is speaking for half of the population when she is actually voicing the opinions of one-fifth is likely to lose the next election.
politicalcorrectness  politics  consumer  review  USA  TheAtlantic  2019 
july 2019 by inspiral
The Slow Death of Hollywood
Today, Netflix, Disney, and every would-be streaming service are tossing money at producers to create content for them. And YouTube seems to be a surfeit of endless content. But these are largely mirages. Peak TV is a bubble, which will pop when the winners shake out. YouTube has been fighting over copyright for a long time, because copyrighted content is very important to the service. Moreover, the artists doing well are at the very top with everyone else left behind. In fact, median wages for writers are dropping quite quickly, down 23% from 2014 to 2016, which is a similar amount as the fall in earnings for book literary authors after Amazon launched its vertically integrated Kindle e-book reader.

In fact, without significant public policy changes, it is far more likely that the future of Hollywood much more closely resembles the sterile movie cineplex than, and less the temporarily abundant surplus of content on streaming services.
television  film  cinema  consolidation  monopoly  Netflix  marketpower  review  critique  MattStoller  2019 
july 2019 by inspiral
Buddhists Go to Battle: When Nationalism Overrides Pacifism
A call to arms for Sri Lankan monks. Ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya in Myanmar. A Buddhist faith known for pacifism is taking its place in a new age of nationalism.
Buddhism  religion  violence  conflict  SriLanka  Myanmar  review  critique  NYTimes  2019 
july 2019 by inspiral
'We all suffer': why San Francisco techies hate the city they transformed | Cities | The Guardian
The arguments against San Francisco are manifold: it’s too expensive even for people making six-figure salaries, it’s dangerous and depressingly unequal, and, increasingly, it’s kind of boring. A frequent refrain among the more than a dozen tech workers who spoke to the Guardian for this article was that it is not so much the presence of have-nots that is ruining their experience of San Francisco, but an overabundance of haves.
gentrification  urbandevelopment  SanFrancisco  SiliconValley  incomeinequality  review  critique  Guardian  2019 
july 2019 by inspiral
Why China's Social-Credit Systems Are Surprisingly Popular - Bloomberg
For now at least, citizens are embracing social-credit systems that can establish greater trust between people and businesses. 
surveillance  socialcredit  DeadbeatMap  trust  SesameCredit  consumer  review  China  Bloomberg  2019 
july 2019 by inspiral
The Educational Tyranny of the Neurotypicals | WIRED
Many mental health issues, I believe, are caused by trying to “fix” some type of neurodiversity or by simply being insensitive or inappropriate for the person. Many mental “illnesses” can be “cured” by providing the appropriate interface to learning, living, or interacting for that person focusing on the four Ps. My experience with the educational system, both as its subject and, now, as part of it, is not so unique. I believe, in fact, that at least the one-quarter of people who are diagnosed as somehow non-neurotypical struggle with the structure and the method of modern education. People who are wired differently should be able to think of themselves as the rule, not as an exception.
neurotypical  aspergers  autism  education  review  critique  author:JoiIto  Wired  2019 
july 2019 by inspiral
The closing of the conservative mind
In the absence of any larger economic vision, the party has retreated to the comfort zone of the 1980s. Candidates for the leadership offer ever wilder tax cuts, funded by ever more ludicrous mathematics. The result is a fiscal arms race that Stephen Crabb, once a contender for the leadership himself, describes as “nuts”. Ruth Davidson, the party’s leader in Scotland, urged her colleagues this week not to “retreat into some misremembered past”. The Conservatives’ “future as a viable political party could be in danger”, she warned, unless they had the courage to “embrace new thinking”.”
Conservatives  politics  ideology  innovation  history  review  critique  NewStatesman  2019 
july 2019 by inspiral
How Graffiti Became Gentrified | The New Republic
Two decades after Rudy Giuliani tried to rid New York City of graffiti, the art form is flourishing—with unexpected consequences.
graffiti  streetart  gentrification  urbandevelopment  history  NewYork  review  NewRepublic  2019 
june 2019 by inspiral
Facebook, Libra, and the Long Game – Stratechery by Ben Thompson
Thus the federation of trust inherent in Libra, despite the loss of efficiency that entails: by not being in control, and by actively including corporations like Spotify and Uber that will provide places to use Libra outside of Facebook, and payment networks like Visa and PayPal that will facilitate such usage, Facebook is increasing the chances that Libra will actually be used instead of credit cards.
Libra  Facebook  mobilepayments  blockchain  review  Stratechery  2019 
june 2019 by inspiral
How Did Burger King Serve Customers Real Meat Instead of Impossible Burgers? - Eater
When a Burger King manager sent customers beef instead of the Impossible Burger, he was buying into the assumption that it’s just a trend
ImpossibleBurger  BurgerKing  vegetarianism  trends  review  critique  Eater  2019 
june 2019 by inspiral
Hypersonic Missiles Are Unstoppable. And They’re Starting a New Global Arms Race. - The New York Times
The new weapons — which could travel at more than 15 times the speed of sound with terrifying accuracy — threaten to change the nature of warfare.
hypersonic  military  innovation  USA  Russia  China  review  NYTimes  2019 
june 2019 by inspiral
The New Wilderness (Idle Words)
That is not the conversation Facebook or Google want us to have. Their totalizing vision is of a world with no ambient privacy and strong data protections, dominated by the few companies that can manage to hoard information at a planetary scale. They correctly see the new round of privacy laws as a weapon to deploy against smaller rivals, further consolidating their control over the algorithmic panopticon.
privacy  Facebook  Google  ambientprivacy  review  critique  IdleWords  2019 
june 2019 by inspiral
New Study Shows That Diesel Cars Are Much Cleaner Than Most Electric Vehicles
The electric cars do not release carbon emissions, but the problem lies in the production of their lithium-ion batteries. The energy required to make the cells result in a high carbon footprint. It is so high that the automotive experts have estimated that an electric vehicle in Germany would take more than 10 years to break even with an efficient combustion engine’s emissions. Dr. Jan Burgard, managing partner at Berylls said in a statement, “Electric cars appear to be the panacea and reduce emissions by 35 %. After all, electric vehicles do not emit any carbon dioxide while driving – at least that is a widely held opinion.”
automotive  electricvehicles  pollution  environment  comparison  diesel  review  WonderfulEngineering  2018 
may 2019 by inspiral
After Theresa May the deluge | The Federal Trust
Boris Johnson or any other leader will face in yet more acute fashion later this year the fundamental problem with which Theresa May has wrestled, namely the choice between the future of the Conservative Party and that of the UK. Theresa May has sometimes attempted to put the national interest before her Party’s interest. Her successor is unlikely to have the inclination or even the opportunity to do so. The inevitable success of Nigel Farage in the European elections will force the next leader of the Conservative Party to draw the catastrophic conclusion that the Party can only be maintained in any semblance of unity by a yet more aggressive display of uncompromising Euroscepticism.
Brexit  Conservatives  review  forecast  TheFederalTrust  2019 
may 2019 by inspiral
A Million Tesla ‘Robotaxis’ Would Cripple Urban Transport
However, Musk’s robotaxi proposal shows what the tech industry aspires to do if autonomy ever reaches a level where it can handle most driving situations, and it’s pretty clear it would be disastrous for cities. A million robotaxis within a year would cripple urban transport systems, but that doesn’t bother Musk because he refuses to accept cities have spatial constraints.
Uber  ElonMusk  selfdrivingvehicles  forecast  review  critique  RadicalUrbanist  Medium  2019 
may 2019 by inspiral
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