The news media says they impact our worldview and the decisions we make. That is true. But the worldview they present is too negative. What does that say about the worldview we get and the decisions we make?
The story of Polish prisoner of war and a Norweigan farmer shows why the world is getting better.
Hidden historical treasures, clear waters, high peaks, colourful districts. The world is full of beauty ready to be discovered, often with safer conditions than you expect.
Too bad to be true? The Warp News columnist gives three examples: A white van, dead construction workers in Qatar, and extremely extreme weather.
Don't be fooled by all the misery in the regular news feed. 2022 was filled with positive events. Animals making a comeback, AI breakthroughs, plastic being cleared from the oceans, smarter children, and many climate entrepreneurs.
A better and more reasonable public service should not be the fastest to report on an event. They shouldn’t even try to be. They should make a point out of being the slowest, to calmly take their time in finding out the actual facts and events and then publish their findings.
Negative headlines and pessimism are now trying to fool us that full self-driving is not happening anytime soon. That is wrong.
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After a thirty-day news fast, Tomas Söderlund found his place in a lower, calmer, and more pleasant pace of information with greater positive energy - without feeling less informed. With a little distance from everything that happens, the big features stood out better.