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Sustainability: Is It Time For A New Wine Bottle?
Author: Émilie Steckenborn
It is neat to see all of this information in one article. I think about wine bottle sustainability about once a day around dinner time. I also would like to see spirits come in larger "refill" like containers. Most people buy the big (1.75 L) bottle of spirits and refill the smaller (750 ml) bottles on their home bar. Why not give consumers the ability to buy spirits in a package like a box of wine for refilling? I am tired of recycling/throwing away the handles of Tanqueray.
College is obviously expensive, but is it still a wise investment?
Author: Erik Rood
A hypothetical look at what your return on investment would be if you skipped college, entered the workforce, and invested your saved tuition costs versus attending college, paying tuition, and possibly generating higher levels of income if you graduate.
An Antidote to Helplessness and Disorientation: The Great Humanistic Philosopher and Psychologist Erich Fromm on Our Human Fragility as the Key to Our Survival and Our Sanity
Author: Maria Popova
Only through full awareness of the danger to life can this potential be mobilized for action capable of bringing about drastic changes in our way of organizing society.
The Machine Stops
Author: E. M. Forster
Then she generated the light, and the sight of her room, flooded with radiance and studded with electric buttons, revived her. There were buttons and switches everywhere — buttons to call for food for music, for clothing. There was the hot-bath button, by pressure of which a basin of (imitation) marble rose out of the floor, filled to the brim with a warm deodorized liquid. There was the cold-bath button. There was the button that produced literature. and there were of course the buttons by which she communicated with her friends. The room, though it contained nothing, was in touch with all that she cared for in the world.
Click through for the full book. Great read.
An Astronaut's Guide to Self Isolation
By: Chris Hadfield
Who better to talk about self-isolation than Chris Hadfield!
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