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Why does everyone use a 7 day week, and where did it come from? Where do the names of the days come from? And who can we blame for Mondays? Here’s the true story of one of the oldest human … Continue reading
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The definitive story of Wikipedia on its 20th anniversary It’s hard to imagine the internet without Wikipedia. Just like the air we breathe, the definitive digital encyclopedia is the default resource for everything and everyone — from Google’s search … Continue reading
People have been talking about Hyperloop for years now, but what’s actually happening with this proposed 5th form of transportation? Turns out there’s a lot. And… not much. I’ll explain.
Introducing Black Owned, a film series exploring the Black entrepreneurial spirit and its essential contribution to the American economy through the perspectives of business owners.
Last week, artist Olafur Eliasson (previously) unveiled a massive, wave-like artwork that mimics the rippled surfaces of the Chicago River and Lake Michigan. Comprised of 1,963 curved tiles, “Atmospheric wave wall” sits between the two bodies of water at Willis Tower … Continue reading
Chicago poet, sociologist and comic writer Eve L. Ewing chooses from the listener requests Source: BBC Radio 4 – Poetry Please, Eve L. Ewing
These clever solutions basically show us that life doesn’t have to be lived the hard way. How The Ruins Are Displayed In Serbia Sometimes the world feels like it’s against us. Like, when you accidentally rip off the precious … Continue reading
In 1898 a white mob stormed Wilmington, North Carolina and forced locally elected leaders to resign. The mob burned down the offices of the Wilmington Daily Record A violent mob, whipped into a frenzy by politicians, tearing apart a … Continue reading
The excavations at Sutton Hoo during 1939 were unique for a number reasons. We’re not sure the exact number of reasons (like Irving, maths really isn’t our thing), but there were definitely enough for Netflix to make an original, dramatized … Continue reading