Clubhouse is an instant voice social software. Users can only create open voice chat rooms. However, it became popular in China overnight. Its invitation codes was changed hands like concert tickets in the Chinese online market. Why clubhouse has special meaning for Chinese enthusiasts https://youtu.be/ah6wF4yApOU
Airbnb set its sights on those working remotely during the epidemic and was successful.It also signalled a resurgence of digital nomads.So what is a digital nomad?And how do we become digital nomads?This video explains it to you. https://youtu.be/jn2q1BkkNGc
Scientists successfully establish a two-way dialogue with people during REM sleep. Dreamers can answer simple questions such as “What is two plus one?” It is believed that dreams are disorderly and illogical, so people can’t think and react rationally while sleeping. Based on previous studies, scientists already knew that one-way contact is attainable. People can receive external stimuli like light and sound. Two-way communication requires a sleeping person to understand information from outside and respond logically, which is much more complicated. Karen Konkoly, from Northwestern University, worked with her collaborators to experiment by asking people simple questions during lucid dreams (you can realise that you are dreaming) and published a study on February 18 in Current Biolog
https://youtu.be/r3J3_v5E5m0 Palm oil is found in 50% of all supermarket products, from food to cleaning items to cosmetics. This includes things like bread, chips, chocolate, dish soap, floor cleaners, lipstick and even ice cream. Though affordable and versatile, this shelf stable crop oil is not stable nor sustainable for the environment, including humans and animals. The environmental cost for harvesting crop oil includes deforestation, displacement and degradation of local wildlife populations and even allegations of sexual abuse and forced labour on plantations. Some countries have responded by placing bans on palm oil, but is that the right solution or is there something else that needs to be done?
Along with shoes and cloths, art toys are becoming a huge part of collectible resale movement. Bearbrick, a collectible toy designed by Japanese company – MediCom Toy Incorporated has become one of the most popular toys among younger group in recent years. But what exactly is the bearbrick and how many categories of it? If you are interested in it, you can have a look at the video, the answer are all in it! https://youtu.be/I-YrYKGJ65o
With International Women's day today and Government reporting on The Gender Pay Gap recently set back another six months, we take a closer look at the detrimental effect COVID-19 could be having on it. The past year has hit women hard, with warnings that COVID-19 could set women’s economic progress back half a century, from international institutions including the UN and the World Economic Forum. Charities such as The Fawcett Society believe the gender pay gap is increasing because women are more likely than men to lose work or be burdened with childcare in the crisis. A third of working mothers reported having lost work or hours due to a lack of childcare during the pandemic. And this rose to 44% when it came to Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) mothers. Caroline N
Manners maketh man. It's an old saying you may be familiar with and one way of being polite is using the word, please. But in its original meaning please suggests a power balance and was a way to appease someone of authority. With that in mind, is it the magic word? https://youtu.be/Z6tGl-CgyKM
Credit: Charles Deluvio OnlyFans is an online social media platform widely used by sex workers, though not limited to them only, to make income. Sex workers charge monthly fees for access to porn images, videos and more. OnlyFans is a subscription content service based in London - with an app that reportedly has 30million users. Though OnlyFans generates a source of income for users, the question posed is, what kind of impact does it have on individuals, particularly young adults between the ages of eighteen and twenty five? https://youtu.be/7zDCNdReeww Interviewees: Ade & Jenelle
https://youtu.be/Ea33jTp0IUI Video and Script by: Diante Elcock The Dr. Seuss enterprise has announced the discontinuation of 6 books from the late author. This has sparked a large debate about cancel culture with prominent politicians weighing in. Was this decision justified? The above explainer examines this question.
Artificial intelligence systems perform time-consuming tasks quickly and accurately, making it the perfect tool in most situations. But can it make good music? https://youtu.be/uo8IrBsFpnw Is AI the future of music? Can it replace human creativity? Creative industries such as art and music are often thought to be inherently human, connected with emotive expressions of individual personalities. With music- in the words of Billy Joel-being an “explosive expression of humanity,” can robots really compose music that connects with people? Will the music even be good? Abhilash Hareendranathan, Research Associate, University of Alberta, believes AI is capable of making music that is completely indistinguishable as computerised to a human listener. He said: " Would every singl