This particular type of mathematical trick gives the audience or viewers a lot of control. Besides, it also makes you remember that a deck can be cut as many as 13 times, and yet the order of the card remains the same. When we talk about some magical numbers, then 13 is probably the most …
How capitalism is setting washerwomen free
The greatest invention of the industrial revolution...
How Capitalism is Setting Washerwomen Free
Today, washing machines are still doing the work they were doing 80 years ago – which isn’t just cleaning clothes. These juddering boxes are life-transforming technologies that allow women to put their time and labor to more constructive use.
Capitalism’s Moral Dilemma
How do we measure someone’s worth under a market morality?
Universal Empathy and Jason Brennan's Why Not Capitalism?
The idea of universal empathy may sound nice. But, Kuznicki argues, upon closer examination, it’s actually rather troubling.
How to create a more purposeful capitalism
For too long, the value of economic activity has been measured purely by its price. We need to recognize that value is created collectively by business, government and civil society.
How to Deal with Problems & Insecurities
More helpful videos at: joshshipp.com/get-started Josh Shipp aka “The Teen Whisperer” is a former at-risk foster kid turned teen advocate. His documen...
How to Get Americans to Love Capitalism Again
There are better solutions than wealth taxes, ‘Medicare for all’ or universal basic income.
What the Women's World Cup can teach us about capitalism
"Democratic capitalism, which embraces the benefits of regulation, makes sure that each team has a fair shot in the game and that talent can flourish undeterred."
Why we need the 'Davos Manifesto' for a better kind of capitalism
'Stakeholder capitalism' is the best response to today's social and environmental challenges, writes Professor Klaus Schwab.
How Foodies Can Understand Capitalism and Farm-to-Table Justice
Our food system can be a place for systemic transformation through an alliance between the progressive and radical wings of the food movement.
The Problem With Using “Lot Lizard”
Within the country, the issue of education regarding human trafficking – specifically sex trafficking - has become as prevalent as ever.
Why some gays are part of the problem
Stop vilifying trans people with whom we share a common legacy
What kinds of measurement problems are common among improvement organizations?
IHI Senior Scientist Gareth Parry, MSc, PhD, explains what kinds of measurement problems improvement organizations commonly experience. Transcript: In both m...
Ithaca's growing inequality problem, and how it relates to development
Ithaca is seeing some of the fastest-growing income inequality in the country.
My Top 25 Blind Girl Problems
So as you can guess from the title this is going to be a post about my mishaps as a blind girl, and the funny situations i’ve gotten myself into! I have to thank Molly as i’ve totally jumped on her…
How To Deal With This Annoying — But Common — Vagina Problem
Yeast infections are arguably the worst. Here's the quickest way to get rid of them.
How Rochester plans to fix its jobs problem
Region moves ahead to plug skills gap, fill job openings and pull people out of poverty.
20,000 Problems Facing Abortion At The Supreme Court
When the Supreme Court assesses the abortion industry’s claims about threats to women’s health, it will have years of real-world tests to examine.
The Problem with “What I Wish I Knew Then”
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