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There are a lot of signs pointing towards a roaring twenties, after all. In this essay, Kelly Odell looks at the good things that might come out of the pandemic and shows evidence of a booming economy just around the corner.
A lot of people love to hate dating apps. But if you are looking for love they are probably the best tool you could use. We explain why, and the numbers behind it.
All experts were wrong. No one thought it was possible to get corona vaccines this fast. How was this possible? Daniel Åhlin writes about one of humanity's greatest achievements in this E-book.
Local newspapers are dying, but local news is making a comeback. New players like Overstory Media Group are now making a big push to expand local journalism. That is not surprising at all - the opportunity is better than ever before. If you want to start a local newsletter, you should read this.
9 out of 10 have never heard of the law that, according to MIT, predicts technological progress better than any other. Here is the secret law.
An increasing number of people think the future belongs to China. Interestingly, that’s what well-informed pundits assumed 1,000 years ago as well. The reason that those predictions turned out wrong tells us something important about China’s prospects this time.
A majority don't know what it is and 19 percent believe non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, are silly and pointless. Facts show that this is wrong. We show what massive potential NFTs have – and how you can benefit.
Optimists often get called nicknames, one of these is Pollyanna. But the real story about the nickname tells us something important about the power of optimism.
72 percent are completely wrong about when electric cars will be cheaper to buy than petrol cars, and out of those half think that it will NEVER happen. Electric vehicles will overtake petrol cars when the cost of the battery makes them cheaper to buy. We reveal when this will happen.