What if anyone were capable of the unthinkable? The phenomenon of mass school shootings is, to date, predominantly an American one — but a deeper look shows us that these tragic events may not be limited by culture or geography, and could increasingly be prevalent under certain conditions. Continue reading What School Shootings Say About Us
Camel dung smells. This is how we saw Morocco in ten days. It’s written as an itinerary, but it’s really a diary entry to remind myself of the beautiful people and landscapes we saw on our trip. If you’re searching for an experience that is at once memorable and mesmerising, read on! Continue reading Seeing Morocco in 10 Days
It’s 2017 and we’re still viewing the world as we know it like it’s going to be around in 70 years. Whether we’re already doomed or merely f*cked, research does indicate that major paradigm-shifting events are converging around certain key dates in the near future. We need a plan here, people. Continue reading Why We Need An Extinction Mitigation Economy, Like, NOW.
From 30 Rock’s Jack Donaghy (Vice President of East Coast Television and Microwave Oven Programming) to the venerable Sir Humphrey Appleby, Hyperbolic Redundant Corporate-speak is a weapon to be wielded with caution. With great power comes great responsibility. Continue reading The Art of Corporate-speak
This is what happens 87.3% of the time when I visit the interwebs. Continue reading Interesting Laws of the Universe
My new favourite vegetable: the humble cabbage. It’s a bit weird if you just eat it as is – but what if you slow braise it with a couple strips of bacon? Throw in a potato and what you have is mind-blowing, mouth-watering goodness. Read on, dear readers. Continue reading A Whole Bunch of Awesome: Braised Cabbage + Bacon
Recently received this little gem from a potential client: “We will study the proposal and hopefully can come up with something positive to close the expectation gap.” I’m sorry? Continue reading Don’t Ping My Cheese