Reebok taps Cardi B for trippy new spot The “nailed it” line taps into pop and trap culture with just a touch of alt-glam, while still making the shoe an unwanted hero of the spot. Brilliant.

How to ask for help – and get a “yes” | Heidi Grant by TED Talks Daily https://player.fm/1wgLfS #nowplaying 3 great insights on how to ask for help “properly”: 1. be specific about what you want 2. don’t apologise for asking, 3. share the results of that help when given.

The death of the calorie: how the end-all of food units is outdated in pretty much any possible way Our understanding of modern food is mostly based on a 1890 study which enshrined a relatively unknown unit – the calorie – as the best way to count food-related energy intake Read more…

How to analyse a strategy using 5 principles from Sun Tzu’s Art of War Purpose is your moral imperative, it is the scope of what you are doing and why you are doing it. It is the reason why others follow you. Landscape is a description of the environment that Read more…

100 charts on the characteristics of “super founders” at the helm of successful start-ups and scale-ups Ali Tamaseb compiled this most excellent series of graphs and data points on some of the most successful founders and start-ups. These are only a taster. Check the whole article and analysis out! My Read more…

Scott Galloway Says Amazon, Apple, Facebook, And Google should be broken up As Elisabeth Warren announced her platform for the Democrat nomination for 2020, she said she would work towards breaking up the 4 big American tech companies (Amazon, Google, Apple & Facebook). This late 2017 talk from L2′s founder Read more…

Why Pavlov actually won the Nobel Prize – while teaching music to dogs Below is the edito from the latest edition of Nautilus, titled Variables, a brilliant online journal on all things science. It relates the experiments of Ivan Pavlov, the famous Russian physiologist, and how we’ve got him mostly Read more…

A Little Design’s clever 22 m2 flat in Taipei Bright and filled with clever compartments and shelves, this realisation by A Little Design in Taiwan’s capital makes the most of every corner.