How We Need to Keep Growing Up, by The School of Life.
This is totally mesmerizing.
The Solar Do-Nothing Machine by Charles and Ray Eames is one of the first devices to convert solar energy to electricity.
In 1960 Jane Jacobs’s book The Death and Life of Great American Cities sent shockwaves through the architecture and planning worlds, with its exploration of the consequences of modern planners’ and architects’ reconfiguration of cities. Jacobs was also an activist, who was involved in many fights in mid-century New York, to stop “master builder” Robert Moses from running roughshod over the city. This film retraces the battles for the city as personified by Jacobs and Moses, as urbanization moves to the very front of the global agenda. Many of the clues for formulating solutions to the dizzying array of urban issues can be found in Jacobs’s prescient text, and a close second look at her thinking and writing about cities is very much in order. This film sets out to examine the city of today though the lens of one of its greatest champions.
This rapid car charger hosts up to five devices and powers them up twice as fast as your average wall charger.
From this article: 3 Things School taught you without even realizing it.
Next time someone wants to label you with something you’re not, just tell them you’re Fuzzy Yellow. This made me and my kids laugh.
I had never even heard of WD-40 before I moved to the U.S. Some of these 40 hacks are pretty impressive and made me realize it does’ more than just free rusted metal parts or stop things from making squeaky noises.
Astrophysicist Janna Levin contemplates the mystery of dark matter in this poetic animation.