Kurzgesagt, the maker of the world's best explainer videos, is back with an explain about the "selfish argument for making the world a better place." The entire video is worth watching but the gist of it is this: Innovation is driven by supply and demand. Supply goes up when more people around the world are educated and become inventors, scientists, engineers, and thinkers. Demand increases as people's wealth increases and they have the means to buy new solutions to their problems. The increased supply and demand result in more innovation. So if you want nice things for yourself, you should start by helping everyone on the planet be able to have nice things, too.
You probably remember the Twisty Glass Blunt since we love to write about it. And you may also remember its little buddy, the Twisty Glass Mini. Well, today we’ve got a fun surprise that isn’t so little. Less isn’t always more, and on those days when you need to decompress with a good smoke, the Twisty XL […]
Another year, another iteration of Samsung’s Galaxy smartphone—except this time around Samsung sought to redefine what a smartphone can do completely. Boasting a 6.2″ Quad HD+ Super AMOLED (2960×1440) infinity display, and an elite 10nm 64-bit Octa-Core Processor with 6GB RAM, the S9+ is an absolute powerhouse with a price tag to match. However, you […]
Competition in the job market is getting stiff, and while experience and a four-year degree can put you on the map, most employers prefer applicants versed in the tools that power their industry. To this end, certifying your skills with Salesforce is a smart move. The world’s #1 Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platform, Salesforce is […]