Smart people should delete their accounts until non-⁠⁠⁠toxic varieties are available

Some said yes, while others said no, she was guilty only of flouting social conventions. What is interesting is what happened when Haidt and his interviewers pressed the people who did say the woman did something morally wrong to explain why. While the people were quick to condemn the woman’s action, they struggled to provide … Read moreSmart people should delete their accounts until non-⁠⁠⁠toxic varieties are available

Balancing the emotional and the rational

More specifically, here are three areas where, in our experience, adopting a more spiritual approach works: Factors to be taken into consideration 1. Dealing with clutter Our manic obsession with buying things we don’t need has cluttered our physical spaces with useless items. And mentally, we’re no better off, with the clutter of distractions from … Read moreBalancing the emotional and the rational

Meet the man who took WhatsApp to the Supreme Court

Russian interference in the US elections via Facebook. The Cambridge Analytica data breach. “Fake news” entering the lexicon. Data security and privacy becoming the need of the hour. Mob violence sparked off by rumors and spread via WhatsApp forwards. Data Localization A growing drive towards data localization. The past two years have shaken the world, … Read moreMeet the man who took WhatsApp to the Supreme Court

How brands decide what your favourite snack tastes like

In a modish second-floor cabin across the derelict Sitaram Mills Compound in Mumbai, where cotton mill workers once broke their hours with cutting chai, Anuj Rakyan and Shuja Ahmed kick off a tasting session for flavored almond milk. Occupying the center table Twelve 250ml bottles of the bisque-colored liquid, all unlabelled, occupy the center table. … Read moreHow brands decide what your favourite snack tastes like