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The Green New Deal: Flight attendants know it’s not a job killer. But climate change is. - Vox
Severe turbulence is becoming more frequent and intense due in part to climate change. Research indicates that rising CO2 levels in the atmosphere cause disruptions to the jet streams and create dangerous wind shears that greatly increase turbulence, especially at moderate latitudes where the majority of air travel occurs.
climatechange  airlines  risk  accident  trends  increase  Vox  2019 
6 days ago by inspiral
The Hottest Chat App for Teens Is Google Docs - The Atlantic
How a writing tool became the new default way to pass notes in class
GoogleDocs  chat  messaging  teenagers  trends  USA  TheAtlantic  2019 
5 weeks ago by inspiral
The hipster effect: Why anti-conformists always end up looking the same - MIT Technology Review
This is the hipster effect—the counterintuitive phenomenon in which people who oppose mainstream culture all end up looking the same. Similar effects occur among investors and in other areas of the social sciences.
hipster  fashion  conformity  trends  review  TechnologyReview  2019 
6 weeks ago by inspiral
Kurt Andersen: From Fashion to Housewares, Are We in a Decades-Long Design Rut? | Vanity Fair
We seem to have trapped ourselves in a vicious cycle—economic progress and innovation stagnated, except in information technology; which leads us to embrace the past and turn the present into a pleasantly eclectic for-profit museum; which deprives the cultures of innovation of the fuel they need to conjure genuinely new ideas and forms; which deters radical change, reinforcing the economic (and political) stagnation. I’ve been a big believer in historical pendulum swings—American sociopolitical cycles that tend to last, according to historians, about 30 years. So maybe we are coming to the end of this cultural era of the Same Old Same Old. As the baby-boomers who brought about this ice age finally shuffle off, maybe America and the rich world are on the verge of a cascade of the wildly new and insanely great. Or maybe, I worry some days, this is the way that Western civilization declines, not with a bang but with a long, nostalgic whimper.
fashion  stagnation  trends  culture  authorKurtAndersen  VanityFair  2019 
7 weeks ago by inspiral
At arm’s length: are tattoos finally becoming uncool? | Fashion | The Guardian
From Adam Levine at the Super Bowl to Justin Bieber’s Vogue shoot, tattoos are having a fashion moment. But that may not make them more sought-after
tatoo  trends  fashion  review  critique  JustinBieber  AdamLevine  Guardian  2019 
9 weeks ago by inspiral
How SoundCloud Rap Took Over Everything | GQ
The trendy DIY teen hip-hop genre went from a goofy punch line to the preposterously lucrative engine driving a whole new golden age in the music biz. But, wow, is it messy.
hiphop  music  culture  trends  Soundcloud  GQ  2019 
11 weeks ago by inspiral
Super-tall, super-skinny, super-expensive: the 'pencil towers' of New York's super-rich | Cities | The Guardian
An extreme concentration of wealth in a city where even the air is for sale has produced a new breed of needle-like tower
architecture  skyscrapers  urbandevelopment  trends  airrights  NewYork  Guardian  2019 
11 weeks ago by inspiral
Introducing: The Nu Jazz Lad - VICE
Shoestring belt holding up Dickies, tiny hat, bang into Ezra Collective? If you're not this guy, you know him.
culture  trends  jazz  Vice  2019 
12 weeks ago by inspiral
Marie Kondo, Fast Fashion, and the Thrift-Store Boom - CityLab
Netflix’s hit show has everyone tidying up, but that's not the only reason second-hand stores are being flooded with donations.
MarieKondo  Netflix  television  fastfashion  clothing  opshop  review  trends  USA  CityLab  TheAtlantic  2019 
january 2019 by inspiral
Bathroom renovations for Instagram are on the rise - Vox
Hotels and restaurants are hoping you’ll take a selfie in one of their novelty bathrooms.
selfies  bathroom  restaurants  hotels  socialmedia  Instagram  trends  Vox  2018 
january 2019 by inspiral
What Is Breadcrumbing - Why Breadcrumbiing Is the New Ghosting
Breadcrumbing, defined by Urban Dictionary as “the act of sending out flirtatious, but non-committal text messages (ie "breadcrumbs") in order to lure a sexual partner without expending much effort,” equates to leading someone on. Don't do that! Don't be this duck either!
relationships  breadcrumbing  socialmedia  trends  Cosmopolitan  2018 
january 2019 by inspiral
Orbiting, Another Thing for Online Daters to Worry About - The New York Times
Digitally observing a prospective love interest, or an ex, online is yet another way that people are confusing each other romantically.
relationships  socialmedia  trends  orbiting  NYTimes  2018 
january 2019 by inspiral
How Tinder Changed Dating for a Generation - The Atlantic
When Tinder became available to all smartphone users in 2013, it ushered in a new era in the history of romance.
onlinedating  relationships  trends  Tinder  Hinge  Happn  OkCupid  USA  TheAtlantic  2018 
december 2018 by inspiral
Is Science Slowing Down? | Slate Star Codex
I’m not saying that no trendline has ever changed. Moore’s Law seems to be legitimately slowing down these days. The Dark Ages shifted every macrohistorical indicator for the worse, and the Industrial Revolution shifted every macrohistorical indicator for the better. Any of these sorts of things could happen again, easily. I’m just saying that “Oh, that exponential trend can’t possibly continue” has a really bad track record. I do not understand the Gods Of Straight Lines, and honestly they creep me out. But I would not want to bet against them.
science  trends  review  SlateStarCodex  2018 
november 2018 by inspiral
No pints, no pulling: does the death of the pub spell the end of sex? | Life and style | The Guardian
The decline of the British boozer is coinciding with another downturn: young people are having less sex. But is the loss of the local really calling time on romance?
pubs  alcohol  sex  decline  consumer  trends  relationships  dating  UK  Guardian  2018 
november 2018 by inspiral
Young People Are Having Less Sex - The Atlantic
Despite the easing of taboos and the rise of hookup apps, Americans are in the midst of a sex recession.
sex  relationships  trends  Millennials  teenagers  decline  review  USA  TheAtlantic  2018 
november 2018 by inspiral
The Future of Infidelity Is Female – The New New – Medium
“The gender gap in adultery is closing, and it’s not just about opportunity and possibility… Women now are more inclined to demand to have all their needs met.”
relationships  women  monogamy  infidelity  trends  TheNewNew  Medium  2018 
november 2018 by inspiral
What next for photography in the age of Instagram? | Art and design | The Guardian
In our image-propelled social media era, some photographers fear for the future of the art, while others are galvanised by it. As technology increasingly shapes how we see and share the world, how is photography changing in response?
photography  trends  culture  socialmedia  Instagram  review  Guardian  2018 
october 2018 by inspiral
Kombucha: can the fermented drink compete with beer at the bar? | Food | The Guardian
The health beverage has already made the leap from health store to cafes – and now it’s on offer in pubs as an alternative to booze
Kombucha  drinks  trends  growth  UK  Guardian  2018 
october 2018 by inspiral
How Millennials Killed Mayonnaise – Philadelphia Magazine
The inexorable rise of identity condiments has led to hard times for the most American of foodstuffs. And that’s a shame.
mayonnaise  food  trends  Hellmanns  history  PhiladelphiaMagazine  2018 
august 2018 by inspiral
Not just a fad: the surprising, gut-wrenching truth about gluten | Food | The Guardian
While just 1% of the UK is allergic to the proteins that cause coeliac disease, many others suffer with gluten-related digestive problems. Some researchers believe mass-produced food is to blame
gluten  diet  food  trends  health  Guardian  2018 
august 2018 by inspiral
‘Get shredded in six weeks!’ The problem with extreme male body transformations | Life and style | The Guardian
Men’s Health magazine has transformed many men – and its own fortunes – by featuring extreme muscle makeovers. But does changing shape fast have a dark side?
men  bodyimage  fitness  MensHealth  trends  Guardian  2018 
july 2018 by inspiral
Lux 🤖🤠 Alptraum on Twitter: "It is a generally accepted truth that the internet changed sex work, but I don't think people fully appreciate how extensive that change really was — not just in the form, function, and demographics of sex work, but al
It is a generally accepted truth that the internet changed sex work, but I don't think people fully appreciate how extensive that change really was — not just in the form, function, and demographics of sex work, but also the public perception and conversation around sex work.
sex  prostitution  pornography  trends  consumer  internet  author:LuxAlptraum  Twitter  2018 
june 2018 by inspiral
How Fortnite is transforming the gaming industry - The Verge
Fortnite’s free-to-play model, combined with the inherent popularity of the battle royale genre and Epic’s breakneck update cycle, has turned Fortnite into a mega-hit. Now, nearly every big publisher is looking for ways to capitalize on the trend while trying to adapt at the same velocity as Epic.
Fortnite  gaming  trends  battleroyale  review  TheVerge  2018 
june 2018 by inspiral
How Fortnite Captured Teens’ Hearts and Minds | The New Yorker
The craze for the third-person shooter game has elements of Beatlemania, the opioid crisis, and eating Tide Pods.
Fortnite  gaming  trends  consumer  NewYorker  2018 
june 2018 by inspiral
Has wine gone bad? | News | The Guardian
‘Natural wine’ advocates say everything about the modern industry is ethically, ecologically and aesthetically wrong – and have triggered the biggest split in the wine world for a generation.
wine  organic  naturalwine  review  history  trends  Guardian  2018 
may 2018 by inspiral
The Promise of Vaping and the Rise of Juul | The New Yorker
Young people have taken a technology that was supposed to help grownups stop smoking and invented a new kind of bad habit, one that they have molded in their own image. The potential public-health benefit of the e-cigarette is being eclipsed by the unsettling prospect of a generation of children who may really love to vape.
Juul  vaping  tobacco  addiction  health  review  USA  NewYorker  2018  profile  trends 
may 2018 by inspiral
The Hyperfragmentation of Retail and Why the Biggest Winners are Digital Ad Platforms, not…
I expect this proliferation of microbrands to continue, because it is easier than ever to start a boutique brand. But, mass distribution is still expensive, so the biggest winners will be those that can collect rent and tolls like Google, Facebook / Instagram, or those that can consolidate microbrands under an umbrella to leverage cross-brand marketing efficiencies. Continued fragmentation of brands will only make the discovery problems and the poor customer experience worse, leaving a massive opportunity to reimagine the retail experience on the demand side.
retail  fragmentation  microbrands  Facebook  Instagram  Google  trends  author:NamrataPatel  Medium  2018 
may 2018 by inspiral
Perfect prams for perfect parents: the rise of the bougie buggy | News | The Guardian
How the rise of the luxury pram capitalised on the status anxiety of a new generation of parents
Bugaboo  profile  consumerism  materialism  design  parents  baby  trends  Guardian  2018 
march 2018 by inspiral
How changing tastes are killing German restaurants - The Washington Post
All across the country, German restaurants are calling it quits. In Portland, Ore., Der Rheinlander closed after 53 years in 2016. Another Portland restaurant, the Berlin Inn, closed and reopened as the Brooklyn House, with a vegan and gluten-free menu of “European comfort food,” before closing again, permanently. Outside of Boulder, Colo., the Black Forest Restaurant closed last summer after 59 years. The Olde German Schnitzel House in Hickory, N.C., served its last sauerkraut in 2014, lasting 10 years. One of Nashville’s oldest restaurants, Gerst Haus, died last month after 62 years. That’s 10 years longer than the Chicago Brauhaus, which closed in December.
restaurants  trends  German  decline  USA  WashingtonPost  2018 
march 2018 by inspiral
Does Having a Day Job Mean Making Better Art? - The New York Times
But even the celebrity painters of the past half-century had to hustle at one point. As David Salle — who was financially insolvent at the time of his first show, held at the loft of a young dealer named Larry Gagosian in 1979 — admitted in a 2005 lecture, “It was common not to expect to be able to live from your art” in 1970s New York. Inclusion in the city’s top exhibitions during the ’80s brought Salle the fame that allowed him to spend “most days in my studio, alone,” no supplementary income required. Artistic success, it can often seem, means earning enough money from your art not to have to take a job.
art  artist  employment  income  history  trends  NYTimes  2018 
march 2018 by inspiral
The new rules of clubbing: from illegal raves to spacehopper hedonism | Music | The Guardian
As more nightclubs close, illegal raves are on the rise. But – from reimagined LGBT nights to bars with ball pits – they are not the only big change to the way people party
clubbing  music  trends  UK  Guardian  2018 
march 2018 by inspiral
How Rotten Tomatoes may have radically skewed the Oscars’ Best Picture race - The Verge
But these films are no longer getting segregated into the screenplay categories. Now, they’re Best Picture nominees, and even serious contenders for the award. Spike Jonze’s 1999 movie Being John Malkovich didn’t receive a Best Picture nomination, but his 2013 movie Her did. Wes Anderson didn’t get a Best Picture nomination for 2001’s The Royal Tenenbaums, but he did for 2014’s The Grand Budapest Hotel. And Paul Thomas Anderson’s 1997 hit Boogie Nights wasn’t nominated for Best Picture, but his Phantom Thread is a nominee this year. These are all cases where young, disruptive directors have gradually become more accepted and familiar to the Academy over time. But their nominated films are just as wonderfully weird, uncompromisingly specific, and personal as the films that missed out a decade or more earlier. And their modern equivalents, first-time solo directors Greta Gerwig and Jordan Peele, are starting their directorial careers with Best Picture nominations for their own idiosyncratic personal visions.
Oscars  film  movies  passion  review  RottenTomatoes  trends  TheVerge  2018 
march 2018 by inspiral
How Protein Conquered America - Eater
Once the niche elixir of powerlifting bros, gulping down a Muscle Milk or three is now part of a “healthy, active lifestyle” — whatever that means
MuscleMilk  food  nutrition  diet  trends  protein  Eater  2018 
february 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
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
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
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
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
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
Netflix, the Oscars, and the Battle for the Future of Film | Vanity Fair
Netflix’s Ted Sarandos has billions to spend and Oscars in his eyes. But is the streaming service the future of movies, or the death of an art form? It looks more and more as if the Academy Awards may help determine the answer.
Netflix  cinema  trends  review  TedSarandos  Hollywood  VanityFair  2017 
november 2017 by inspiral
How the sandwich consumed Britain | The long read | News | The Guardian
The world-beating British sandwich industry is worth £8bn a year. It transformed the way we eat lunch, then did the same for breakfast – and now it’s coming for dinner.
samdwich  food  trends  history  Pret  UK  Guardian  2017 
november 2017 by inspiral
Our Love Affair With Digital Is Over - The New York Times
We do not face a simple choice of digital or analog. That is the false logic of the binary code that computers are programmed with, which ignores the complexity of life in the real world. Instead, we are faced with a decision of how to strike the right balance between the two. If we keep that in mind, we are taking the first step toward a healthy relationship with all technology, and, most important, one another.
analog  digital  culture  trends  balance  NeoLuddism  review  NYTimes  2017 
november 2017 by inspiral
The 21st-century Hollywood: how Silicon Valley became the world’s trend capital | Life and style | The Guardian
Forget Los Angeles. If you want to get rich and famous fast, in anything from food to fashion, San Francisco is the place to be. But will handing that kind of power to a new global elite come at a price?
SiliconValley  SanFrancisco  culture  trends  fashion  USA  Guardian  2017 
october 2017 by inspiral
Is Trend Forecasting Doing More Harm to Fashion Than Good? — The Fashion Law
Worth told Forbes in 2014 that trend forecasting “used to be a real source of inspiration for designers, but now it’s just doing their job for them. You can download CAD [computer-aided design] drawings of a garment and just tweak it. It has made life too easy for people in the creative space; it has made them lazy.” [Note: Worth’s Forbes interview coincided with the launch of his new business a more customized trend forecasting service, which is not affiliated with WGSN].
fashion  originality  trends  forecast  WGSN  review  critique  TheFashionLaw  2017 
october 2017 by inspiral
The yoga industry is booming – but does it make you a better person? | Life and style | The Guardian
​It’s now arguably more of a lifestyle than a form of exercise in the west​. ​And rather than becoming more enlightened and compassionate, I felt I was just pouring energy into ​myself
yoga  culture  trends  commodification  commercialisation  review  critique  Guardian  2017 
september 2017 by inspiral
Inside the fearless bike movement tearing up London
This is Bikestormz: a free ride-out drawing nearly 3,000 cyclists in their teens and early twenties from across the country. The crew’s energy is wild, captivating passers–by, but it’s just a brief glimpse of the Bikelife movement that’s blowing up from South London estates to the Welsh Valleys.
BikeStormz  cycling  tribe  trends  UK  Huck  2017 
august 2017 by inspiral
The “Work from Home” Dream Doesn’t Work | WIRED
TECHNOLOGY DIDN’T KILL THE OFFICE. INSTEAD IT MADE COWORKING SPACES EVEN MORE IMPORTANT IN TODAY’S GIG-ECONOMY WORLD.
employment  trends  freelanceeconomy  WeWork  coworking  Wired  2017 
august 2017 by inspiral
Producers, Songwriters on How Pop Songs Got So Slow - Rolling Stone
Downtempo tracks like "Despacito" and "I'm the One" are dominating the charts. Top producers and songwriters discuss what's behind pop's big tempo dip
music  trends  tempo  slow  review  RollingStone  2017 
august 2017 by inspiral
Why we fell for clean eating | Life and style | The Guardian
Among the affluent classes who already ate a healthier-than-average diet, the Instagram goddesses created a new model of dietary perfection to aim for. For the rest of the population, however, it simply placed the ideal of healthy food ever further out of reach. Behind the shiny covers of the clean-eating books, there is a harsh form of economic exclusion that says that someone who can’t afford wheatgrass or spirulina can never be truly “well”.
cleaneating  diet  food  trends  review  critique  Guardian  2017 
august 2017 by inspiral
America's drinking problem is much worse this century
Americans are drinking more than they used to, a troubling trend with potentially dire implications for the country’s future health-care costs.

The number of adults who binge drink at least once a week could be as high as 30 million, greater than the population of every state save California, according to a published Wednesday in JAMA Psychiatry. A similar number reported alcohol abuse or dependency.
alcohol  drinks  growth  trends  consumer  USA  DenverPost  2017 
august 2017 by inspiral
This New Fashion Trend Takes Normcore One Step Further
The signs of the trend came not as a flood last winter, but in dribs and drabs. I’d notice 20-somethings in Patagonia fleece vests thumbing through Lost Downtown at Dashwood; an El Rey waiter ringing up my kale Caesar in a Columbia windbreaker; diners at Win Son in North Face puffers and Acne Adrians; a couple in matching Arc’teryx parkas drinking flat whites at La Colombe. It was amusing, the incongruity of city kids — most of whom would sooner die than drink from a Nalgene — incorporating the hallmarks of camp gear into wardrobes of COS sweatshirts and 3x1 jeans.
fashion  Gorpcore  trends  NorthFace  Patagonia  StoneIsland  TheCut  NYMag  2017 
august 2017 by inspiral
Instagram is pushing restaurants to be kitschy, colorful, and irresistible to photographers - The Verge
When it came time to design their first restaurant, Media Noche, San Francisco entrepreneurs Madelyn Markoe and Jessie Barker found themselves lacking inspiration. Their designer had asked them for ideas and they felt like “deer in headlights.” Ultimately, Markoe says, they came up with a single instruction: “We wanted to be Instagrammable.”
restaurants  Instagram  socialmedia  trends  TheVerge  2017 
july 2017 by inspiral
Tiny houses: Big future, or big hype? - Curbed
Advocates and cities see challenges and opportunities in tiny homes’ path to the mainstream
housing  tinyhomes  trends  review  USA  Curbed  2017 
july 2017 by inspiral
In Urban China, Cash Is Rapidly Becoming Obsolete
It has nothing to do with debt, infrastructure spending or the other major economic topics du jour. It has to do with cash — specifically, how China is systematically and rapidly doing away with paper money and coins.

Almost everyone in major Chinese cities is using a smartphone to pay for just about everything. At restaurants, a waiter will ask if you want to use WeChat or Alipay — the two smartphone payment options — before bringing up cash as a third, remote possibility.
mobilepayments  banking  cash  money  trends  Alipay  WeChat  China  NYTimes  2017 
july 2017 by inspiral
D.C.’s latest twist on upscale urban living: A dorm for grown-ups in a historic mansion - The Washington Post
The latest entry in the urban rental market is not a tiny apartment in a hip neighborhood. It’s a tiny apartment in a historic mansion with like-minded housemates looking to connect with one another. In the platonic sense, of course.
Ampeer  trends  accommodation  property  WashingtonDC  USA  WashingtonPost  2017 
july 2017 by inspiral
The Golden Age of Restaurants in America - The Atlantic
The quality and variety of food in the U.S. has never been better. The business seems to be struggling. What’s really going on?
restaurants  food  growth  decline  review  trends  delivery  USA  TheAtlantic  2017 
june 2017 by inspiral
Academic books 'at a crossroads' | Research Information
The future of the academic book is at a crossroads, according to two reports suggesting that new book proposals are growing rapidly but sales per title continuing to fall.
publishing  academia  books  trends  ResearchInformation  2017 
june 2017 by inspiral
The new class markers of the American elite: In "The Theory of the Leisure Class," Elizabeth Currid-Halkett updates our ideas of conspicuous consumption — Quartz
Being wealthy has become so passé that rich people are increasingly choosing not to display that wealth—that’s the theory behind a new book exploring the changing consumption habits of rich people in the West.
consumer  consumption  wealthy  experiential  consumerism  trends  USA  Quartz  2017 
june 2017 by inspiral
Donald Trump's effect on the markets is already wearing off — Quartz
You’ve probably seen her on your Instagram feed: a woman awash in natural light, wearing a cocoon-shaped dress in a shade of golden turmeric or faded paprika. She wears flat leather sandals, has unkempt-but-pretty hair, and is likely in the company of a handmade ceramic, a succulent plant, or a piece of avocado toast. She is LA’s Silver Lake shaman, and she’s coming soon to a city near you.
hipster  hippy  fashion  LosAngeles  trends  Quartz  2017 
may 2017 by inspiral
Has Sneaker Reselling Died or Is It Just Evolving? | Complex UK
As long as people are willing to pay extra money for sneakers -- and it becomes a regular occurrence -- there are going to be people there to profit off of it. It’s basic economics, and it’s not going away as long as people want the latest and greatest sneakers.
sneakers  footwear  reselling  trends  review  Complex  2017 
may 2017 by inspiral
The Future of Living Alone Is Living Together – The Ringer
Say goodbye to your one-bedroom apartment, meet your new housemates, and get ready to share a kitchen. The communal living moment may finally be upon us.
housing  communal  cohousing  trends  growth  Common  Nook  USA  TheRinger  2017 
may 2017 by inspiral
A job for life: the ‘new economy’ and the rise of the artisan career
Two of the titles include references to the “new economy” — the word “new”, in this context, being essentially a synonym for “knowledge-based”. A new economy is one where the generator of exchange value — wealth — has shifted from material goods to knowledge and ideas. Aside from a sense of precariousness, its key features include: the rise of industries such as information technology, pharmaceuticals and nanotechnology; a growing separation between “elite” service jobs, such as those in finance and law, and those in sectors such as cleaning and food provision; and, in physical terms, the transform­ation of rundown emblems of the industrial past (such as factories and docklands) into vibrant “urban hubs”.
employment  trends  craft  automation  RichardEOcejo  IlanaGershon  AndyMerrifield  FinancialTimes  2017 
april 2017 by inspiral
How eBooks lost their shine: 'Kindles now look clunky and unhip' | Books | The Guardian
Just a few years ago, the Kindle was being blamed for the death of the traditional book. But the latest figures show a dramatic reversal of fortunes, with sales of ebooks plunging. So what’s behind this resurgence?
books  publishing  growth  eBooks  Kindle  review  trends  Guardian  2017 
april 2017 by inspiral
The age of unenlightenment: An inflated sense of our own wisdom is making us dumber and less civil. Can the experts bring us back into line?
The internet promotes consumer freedom. It gives us all the information we want. Unfortunately it can also suppress the freedom of the citizen, by limiting exposure to the full range of information citizens may not want — but absolutely need. The ability to customise our informational environment, delivered by social media, makes it less likely that citizens will come across information that would change their minds or have chance encounters with perspectives different from their own.

The epistemic prisons we build for ourselves do worse than lock us into the views we currently have, while protecting our dumbest ideas from revision. As Sunstein shows in his review of the experimental evidence, they tend to make our views more extreme. Online, the views of a few individuals can create cascades of information and opinion. Insulated digital communities tend to become more isolated and their views become more extreme. The moderate form of this syndrome results in an electorate characterised by mutual suspicion and incomprehension. Its ultimate form incubates terrorist cells.
socialmedia  fakenews  information  knowledge  trends  critique  StevenSloman  PhilipFernbach  TomNichols  CassSunstein  FinancialTimes  2017 
april 2017 by inspiral
#Vanlife, the Bohemian Social-Media Movement - The New Yorker
But, for all its twee escapism, vanlife is a trend born out of the recent recession. “We heard all these promises about what will happen after you go to college and get a degree,” Smith said. “We graduated at a time when all that turned out to be a bunch of bullshit.” The generation that’s fuelling the trend has significantly more student debt and lower rates of homeownership than previous cohorts. The rise of contract and temporary labor has further eroded young people’s financial stability. “I think there’s a sense of hopelessness in my generation, in terms of jobs,” Foster Huntington said. “And it’s cheap to live in a van.” And so, like staycations and minimalism, vanlife is an attempt to aestheticize and romanticize the precariousness of contemporary life. “It looks like they’re having fun,” Huntington said, of King and Smith. “But they’re working a lot.”
vanlife  socialmedia  influencer  trends  review  critique  NewYorker  2017 
april 2017 by inspiral
The Great Retail Apocalypse of 2017 - The Atlantic
In the middle of an economic recovery, hundreds of shops and malls are shuttering. The reasons why go far beyond Amazon.
retail  decline  ecommerce  mobilecommerce  Amazon  property  restaurants  experiential  trends  USA  TheAtlantic  2017 
april 2017 by inspiral
The Hippies Have Won - The New York Times
Co-op staples of that time — the miso, tahini, dates, seeds, turmeric and ginger that were absorbed from other cultures and populated the Moosewood restaurant cookbooks — now make appearances at some of the most innovative restaurants in the country, where menus are built around vegetables and heritage grains. Vegetarianism and veganism are on the rise; and kale, the bacon of the clean-eating moment, is now routinely heaped on salad plates across the land.

The hippies may not have won the election, but they are winning the plate. (Or rather, the bowl.)

“The counterculture is always ahead of what’s happening in mainstream culture,” said Peter Meehan, the editorial director of Lucky Peach magazine. “It’s as true in any creative field as it is in food.”
food  trends  hippy  vegetarianism  vegan  review  NYTimes  2017 
april 2017 by inspiral
Once We Listened to the Beatles. Now We Eat Beetles. - Bloomberg View
Music made us get up and dance, or occasionally throw a rock. Food, especially if combined with wine, encourages a state of satiety and repose. Most conversation about food is studiously nonpolitical and removed from controversial social issues. There is a layer of left-wing critique of food corporations, genetic modification and food-associated pollution, but its impact on broader American culture has been marginal. These days, it could be said that food is the opiate of the educated classes. Anecdotally, I observe that the contemporary preoccupation with a particular kind of food fanciness and diversity has penetrated black communities less, and those are also the groups where music might in some cases remain politically important.
food  music  identity  consumer  trends  review  Bloomberg  author:TylerCowen  2017 
april 2017 by inspiral
How streetwear restyled the world – from hip-hop to Supreme and Palace | Fashion | The Guardian
New ‘drops’ by streetwear brands have teens queuing around the block in New York and London. It’s no wonder high fashion has it eyes on the ‘hypebeast’ scene
streetwear  fashion  trends  Supreme  Palace  Hypebeast  Guardian  2017 
march 2017 by inspiral
Minimalism: another boring product wealthy people can buy | Life and style | The Guardian
Long story short, the past 10 years or so has sold us one of the most oddly logical, yet no less cloying, answers to our hyper-consumerist late capitalism: minimalism as a secular kind of religion, an add-on to the cultures of yoga and green juices and general living well by putting together a tapas platter of cultural and spiritual practices without ever fully committing to one.

The premise of minimalism in this way is very vague, and ever-shifting to accommodate the tastes and stomach for consistency of the individual practitioner, but the overall theory is the same: by paring your life down as actively as possible, you are almost guaranteed to appreciate what remains more, and are likely to pick up some serious wisdom in the process, which usually makes for excellent self-serious Medium content down the road.
minimalism  minimalistdesign  style  fashion  trends  review  critique  Guardian  2017 
march 2017 by inspiral
Indian e-commerce dumps the metric GMV (gross merchandise value) for profitability — Quartz
From 2013 to 2015, any probing on this metric would inevitably evoke sniggers and lectures from founders on how online retail was not about making money too soon, but about increasing the market share. On several occasions, the industry’s posterboy and co-founder of Flipkart, Sachin Bansal, proclaimed that profitability was neither the top priority nor a focus.
Three years on, things are very different.
ecommerce  metrics  profitability  revenues  review  trends  India  Quartz  2017 
march 2017 by inspiral
When did Britain stop being a nation of hedonists? | Society | The Guardian
Generation X were the last of the heavy smokers and binge-drinkers – and it could be brutal economic forces as much as changing attitudes that are keeping us out of the pub
alcohol  tobacco  drinks  drugs  trends  brunch  millennials  review  UK  Guardian  2017 
february 2017 by inspiral
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