Stanford Businesss Newsletter


July 5, 2020 Innovation Beating the Pandemic by Design Even long-established companies can use startup tactics to stabilize when markets plunge. Read More Social Change The New Work-Life Reality Raises Equity and Inclusion Concerns Beware of letting the COVID-19 crisis exacerbate established biases. Read More Creativity “To Be an Artist You Need to Be an … Continue reading Stanford Businesss Newsletter

WORD OF THE DAY


WORD OF THE DAY Basilisk BA-sə-lisk Part of speech: noun Origin: Greek, 13th century 1 A mythical reptile with a lethal gaze or breath, hatched by a serpent from a cock's egg. 2 A long, slender, and mainly bright green lizard found in Central America, the male of which has a crest running from the head to … Continue reading WORD OF THE DAY

WORD OF THE DAY


WORD OF THE DAY Basilisk BA-sə-lisk Part of speech: noun Origin: Greek, 13th century 1 A mythical reptile with a lethal gaze or breath, hatched by a serpent from a cock's egg. 2 A long, slender, and mainly bright green lizard found in Central America, the male of which has a crest running from the head to … Continue reading WORD OF THE DAY

Discoverer Newsletter today


4:26 read time Geiranger | @seffis Santa Claus may not live in Norway, but he probably wishes he did. It’s a land of wild reindeer, blankets of snow, and magic that trickles down every waterfall and wildflower field. One of the most captivating corners in this country can be found nestled at the base of a world-famous … Continue reading Discoverer Newsletter today

The difference between patina and cruft -Seth Godin Newsletter.


Cruft is obsolete. Cruft is broken, discarded, non-functioning refuse that should be hauled away. Patina is the wabi-sabi of positive use. A bookshelf of well-worn encyclopedias (now replaced by Wikipedia) has a patina to it. Simply seeing it reminds us of the possibility of discovery. Patina makes it easier to go forward. Cruft gets in … Continue reading The difference between patina and cruft -Seth Godin Newsletter.

Today in History


Today in History By The Associated Press July 6, 2020, 12:01 a.m. ET Today in History Today is Monday, July 6, the 188th day of 2020. There are 178 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On July 6, 1942, Anne Frank, her parents and sister entered a “secret annex” in an Amsterdam building where … Continue reading Today in History

Ethical Alliance Daily News


Ethical Alliance Daily News Canada: Canada PM Justin Trudeau faces probe over C$900 million charity contract Jul 06, 2020 06:00 pm Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is facing a probe over his government’s decision to award a contract worth more than C$900 million (S$926 million) to an organisation that he and his family have ties to. … Continue reading Ethical Alliance Daily News

Mixed Nuts courtesy: PNUTs Newsletter.


China’s Got It Covered: Medical Mercantilism (China News Service via Getty Images) At the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, countries around the world became alarmed at China’s stranglehold on personal protective equipment and began setting up their own factories to produce PPE, for this and future infectious disease outbreaks. In March, French president Emmanuel Macron pledged … Continue reading Mixed Nuts courtesy: PNUTs Newsletter.

Climate Finance Assessment: Opportunities for Scaling Up Financing for Clean Energy, Sustainable Landscapes, and Adaptation | Global Climate Change


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WORD OF THE DAY


WORD OF THE DAY Eventide EE-vən-tahyd Part of speech: noun Origin: Old English, pre-12th century 1 The end of the day. 2 Evening. Examples of Eventide in a sentence "I try to have a relaxing eventide with no screens after 8 p.m." "The garden is filled with flowers that only open at eventide."

4. Global Forgiveness Day – 7th July


This day is celebrated so that we may recognize the importance of forgiveness and how we can practice it in our lives. Content marketing ideas:     Listicle idea: How you can work up the courage to forgive someone Infographic idea:  Here’s how positive feelings can impact your brain Video idea: How can you teach forgiveness to your … Continue reading 4. Global Forgiveness Day – 7th July