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How to Become a Hyper-Learner

STAYING relevant in this Digital Age requires that we learn, unlearn, and relearn as a way of being. Ed Hess calls it Hyper-Learning. How well we think, learn, and engage in the human tasks of the future depends on how well we manage and optimize what’s going on with our minds, brains, and bodies. Humankind has always faced these challenges but what is different today is the intensity—the timeframe we have available to learn, unlearn, and relearn. Our egos make us think we know more than we do ...
Tags: Facebook, Leadership, Instagram, Learning, Hess, Humankind, Carol Dweck, Ed Hess, NewSmart Mindset


Amplitude celebrates 10 years with a free weekend of Endless games

Amplitude Studios, makers of the excellent Endless games and the upcoming 4X title Humankind, is celebrating 10 years in the gaming industry with a slew of news, announcements, discounts, and freebies. Happy birthday Amplitude: If you haven’t played the Endless games or checked out the teasers for the highly-anticipated Humankind, now’s your chance. Before we dive into the details of the celebration, let’s take a look at the games we’re talking about. Endless Legend Endless Space 2 Dungeon of th...
Tags: Startups, Gaming, Humankind, Distract


Oldest hominins of Olduvai Gorge persisted across changing environments

Olduvai (now Oldupai) Gorge, known as the Cradle of Humankind, is a UNESCO World Heritage site in Tanzania, made famous by Louis and Mary Leakey. New interdisciplinary field work has led to the discovery of the oldest archaeological site in Oldupai Gorge as reported in Nature Communications, which shows that early human used a wide diversity of habitats amidst environmental changes across a 200,000 year-long period.
Tags: Science, Tanzania, Unesco World Heritage, Nature Communications, Louis, Humankind, Olduvai Gorge, Mary Leakey, Oldupai Gorge


CS Soapbox: Wonder Woman 1984 is Basically Superman II

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Tags: Hbo, England, London, Movies, White House, Iraq, Superman, Reagan, Maxwell, Diana, Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman, Batman, Vietnam, Steve, Snyder


The world's most expensive sculptures to sell at auction

Humankind has had artistic impulses dating back to at least the Paleolithic era, when the earliest known cave paintings and stone figurines were created. And for untold years, humans have collected these works of art. Christie's and Sotheby's, the auction house duopoly, have brought buyers and sellers together for centuries, with buyers competing in adrenaline-pumping bidding wars.
Tags: News, Stories, Christie, Humankind, Sotheby


World's priciest sculptures to sell at auction

Humankind has had artistic impulses dating back to at least the Paleolithic era, when the earliest known cave paintings and stone figurines were created. And for untold years, humans have collected these works of art. Christie's and Sotheby's, the auction house duopoly, have brought buyers and sellers together for centuries, with buyers competing in adrenaline-pumping bidding wars.
Tags: News, Stories, Christie, Humankind, Sotheby


Dispatch 55: Someone missing a Bullet-riddled Car?

22 December 2020 Portland, Oregon A Yon-Genre mind dump without edit I've flown in from D.C. and have been working back in Oregon. Creating source-network, sensing atmospherics, hanging out with ANTIFA. I entered to the Red House occupied zone, sat by ANTIFA campfire, and got coffee from their kitchen. Many seem like functional homeless or drug-impaired. They were friendly but highly suspicious. Meanwhile, locals have been helping to understand the situation. Yesterday, you may hav...
Tags: Energy, Usa, Featured, Oregon, China, US, Thailand, Military, United States, Nepal, Portland, Salem, Portland Oregon, Kate Brown, Red House, Humankind


Humankind’s search for meaning during Covid

According to Google, the top trending “how to help” searches were: how to help Australia fires, how to help Black Lives Matter, how to help during coronavirus and how to help Beirut The post Humankind’s search for meaning during Covid appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Google, Climate Change, Australia, Opinion, Black Lives Matter, Beirut, Sourdough, Banana Bread, Humankind, Virtual Museum, Coronavirus, Google Year in Search, How To Be A Millionaire


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The Chris Voss Show Podcast – Fossil Men: The Quest for the Oldest Skeleton and the Origins of Humankind by Kermit Pattison

Fossil Men: The Quest for the Oldest Skeleton and the Origins of Humankind by Kermit Pattison A decade in the making, Fossil Men is a scientific detective story played out in anatomy and the natural history of the human body: the first full-length account of the discovery of a startlingly unpredicted human ancestor more than a million years older than Lucy It is the ultimate mystery: where do we come from? In 1994, a team led by fossil-hunting legend Tim White uncovered a set of ancien...
Tags: Podcast, Minnesota, Seo, Earth, Ethiopia, North America, Lucy, Africa Europe, Afar, Humankind, Tim White, Chris Voss, Ardi, Leakeys, Books/Authors, Kermit Pattison


This startup wants you to pay $8 a month to offset all the single-use plastic you consume

By Humankind. by Humankind By Humankind, a personal care products maker that doesn't use single-use plastics in its offerings has launched "Plastic, Neutral," a subscription service that allows customers to offset their single-use plastic footprint. According to the company, the average person creates about 22 pounds of single-use plastic waste monthly, and $8 per month can offset this footprint. According to By Humankind's co-founder and CEO, Brian Bushell, $5 will go towards the "recover...
Tags: Black Friday, Trends, Bill Gates, Plastic, Retail, Waste, Humankind, Bushell, Plastic Bank, Single-use Plastic, By Humankind, Brian Bushell, Brittany Chang, Meet Sierra Energy, Humankind By Humankind, Bushell Plastic Bank


Kind by nature: Have faith in humanity

Optimism is what runs the world, and cynicism only serves as an excuse for the lazy. Evil is not inherent to our nature. We have achieved so much because we are friendly and decent. The radical thinker Rutger Bregman paints a new, more beautiful portrait of humanity.Try standing in front of the mirror and remember the worst things ever done – by you personally, and by Homo sapiens as a whole. And smile, because history shows that we are doing much better than you think. This subversive idea belo...
Tags: New York, London, Happiness, Compassion, Sociology, New York Times, Innovation, Brazil, Community, Venezuela, Hitler, World Trade Center, William Golding, Humanity, Dresden, Malcolm Gladwell


Stadia Savepoint: October updates

It’s time for another update to our Stadia Savepoint series, recapping the new games, features, and changes for Stadia in October. This month we celebrated some Good Stuff on Stadia, teaming up with YouTube Creators Lamarr Wilson and LaurenZside who revealed free and exclusive week-long demos for PAC-MAN™ Mega Tunnel Battle and Immortals Fenyx Rising, plus an OpenDev Beta for HUMANKIND. We can’t wait for these amazing games to launch on Stadia, starting with PAC-MAN Mega Tunnel Battle on Nove...
Tags: West, Phoenix, Humankind, Lara Croft, Stadia, Lamarr Wilson, Andrey Doronichev, Stadia Community Blog Facebook, Osiris Celeste, Creed SyndicateAssassin, BattlePhoenix PointTom Clancy


Leaf Blowers Are The Work Of The Devil

picture alliance via Getty Image This has gone on LONG ENOUGH It’s here! Fall is officially upon us! Which means it’s time to bust out the scarves and jackets, pack every room in your home full of gourds, become passionate about soups to an almost concerning degree, and seethe with rage about leaf blowers. Humankind has managed to give birth to some truly dumbshit inventions throughout the ages, but leaf blowers are, without a doubt, our shining Magnum Opus of what-the-fuckery. I hate...
Tags: Humor, Humankind, Sloane Hughes


Why We Should Be More Optimistic About Human Nature

In the novel Lord of the Flies, a group of young boys are shipwrecked on an island and eventually turn savagely against each other. The book is a cautionary tale about humanity’s underlying cruelty and the need for civilization to tame our darker impulses—a message that resonates with many people today. But that’s not what happened to a real-life group of shipwrecked kids in 1965. Unlike the fictional Lord of the Flies characters, they developed a game plan for survival that was cooperative, fu...
Tags: Parenting, Bbc, New York Times, Netherlands, Brazil, Times, Humankind, Queens New York, Kitty Genovese, Bregman, Zimbardo, Philip Zimbardo, Buurtzorg, Elinor Ostrom, Rutger Bregman, Stanford Prison Experiment


Sewage threatens world heritage site

Years of pollution in the rivers flowing through the Cradle of Humankind, and Mogale City’s inaction — are a risk to the environment, our health and — cultural status. The post Sewage threatens world heritage site appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Environment, Water, Pollution, Openaccess, Humankind, Sterkfontein, Mogale City, Department of Water and Sanitation, Cradle Of Humankind, South Africa (country, The Editors Picks, Kromdraai, Percy Stewart, Swartkrans


4 ridiculously easy ways you can be more eco-friendly

When it comes to saving the planet, the question of where to start can be overwhelming. And while larger, governmental change is urgently needed, we can all individually contribute to being  part of “the solution” rather than “the pollution.” Savvy consumerism is no longer reserved for staunch eco-warriors, and it’s easier than ever to make “green” choices. There are plenty of examples: Veja creates fashionable sneakers from recycled plastic bottles, organic cotton, or wild rubber from the Brazi...
Tags: Startups, World, Humankind, Veja, Amazon Personal


Early impressions: Amplitude’s Humankind looks like a bold step forward for the 4X genre

Amplitude’s upcoming 4X strategy game Humankind officially launched its Open Development closed beta today and we got our hands on the 45-minute preview scenario. I’ll save you some time: If you’re a 4X fan and you’re ready for an alternative to the Civilization formula you’re going to be very happy. Humankind isn’t trying to hide the fact that it’s here to take on the genre and challenge the top dog. But don’t take that to mean it’s a Civ knockoff or clone. Amplitude understands what makes a 4X...
Tags: Startups, Gaming, Civ, Humankind, Distract


Whicker: Will SoFi Stadium be The Last Manse in sports?

The coronavirus has derailed our schools, shuttered our businesses, complicated our friendships, even prevented us from honoring our dead. Along the way it has killed nearly 140,000 Americans. Why should a stadium be immune? SoFi Stadium, the most ambitious stadium project since the Superdome, is still deemed “essential,” even though the Los Angeles Times reported that 15 more SoFi workers have tested positive in the past two weeks. That raised the infection total to 48. That’s not the stuff of ...
Tags: Japan, Angels, Sports, NFL, Sport, Rome, Soccer, Chargers, Las Vegas, St Louis, Garth Brooks, Giants, Santa Clara, Ducks, Levi, Los Angeles Times


The Buntin Group / Humankind: Humankind Creative Brief

When Nashville’s leading independent brand communications agency was awarded a promotional opportunity through the American Advertising Federation, they arrived at a concept and execution that was powerfully appropriate for these uncertain times, albeit unorthodox. Instead of creating an ad – the full-service firm took the opportunity to create an industry-wide brief on something far larger: the human experience. The worldwide creative brief, penned for the “client” Humankind, de...
Tags: Advertising, Nashville, Humankind, American Advertising Federation, Buntin Group, Dave Damman, Buntin Group Humankind


Rutger Bregman: 'Our secret superpower is our ability to cooperate'

The historian offers a hopeful view of human nature in his latest book, Humankind. It couldn’t have come at a better timeThe real Lord of the Flies: what happened when six boys were shipwrecked for 15 months For most authors, now is the very worst time to bring out a book. The shops are closed; the festival circuit has migrated to Zoom; there’s a plague to compete with. But for Rutger Bregman, this might just be the perfect moment to publish Humankind, a sweeping survey of human existence which ...
Tags: Books, Society, Culture, William Golding, Humankind, Rutger Bregman, Philosophy books, Society books


Best museums in Africa

For black people across the diaspora, coming to Africa can be much more than a vacation. Many see it as a pilgrimage, one of returning to the home of their ancestors, so the normal trappings of the average holiday may not be enough for their journey. Visitors to the African continent are frequently there to experience the arts, letters, and history in a way that may not be required of other vacations. Museums of all stripes act as collectors and aggregators of heritage, and on the African con...
Tags: Travel, Africa, Americas, Atlantic, United States, Egypt, Nelson Mandela, Museums, Cape Town, Ethiopia, Mubarak, Beatles, Mauritius, Lucy, Rwanda, Marrakech


Bill Gates says the world would need as many as 14 billion doses of a coronavirus vaccine to stop the virus

The world could need as many as 14 billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines, Bill Gates said on Thursday in a blog post about the race to develop a way to make people immune to the disease. "We need to make billions of doses, we need to get them out to every part of the world, and we need all of this to happen as quickly as possible," Gates said. Gates said he has his eyes on 8-10 promising candidates, adding that health care workers and people in low-income countries should be first in line once we...
Tags: Microsoft, US, Trends, Infectious Diseases, Bill Gates, Anthony Fauci, Gates, Bill Melinda Gates Foundation, Humankind, National Institute for Allergies


Bill Gates thinks there are 8 to 10 promising coronavirus vaccine candidates and one could be ready in as little as 9 months

Microsoft billionaire and philanthropist Bill Gates wrote in a blog post that he thinks there are currently eight to ten promising candidates for a coronavirus vaccine. Gates believes it will take 18 months to develop a vaccine, although he says it could come as soon as nine months or take as long as two years. Alongside candidates which use traditional methods, Gates is particularly excited about two new kinds of vaccine: RNA and DNA vaccine. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories...
Tags: Microsoft, Trends, Bill Gates, Bill, Gates, Gates Foundation, Melinda Gates Foundation, Humankind, Bill Gates Gates


Why Supply-Chain Snags Might Make Hand Sanitizers Even Harder to Find

As any entrepreneur will tell you, the success of a new brand has a lot to do with timing. And Brian Bushell's timing could hardly have been better. For well over a year, Bushell had been planning to add a grapefruit-scented hand sanitizer to By Humankind, his boutique line of personal-care products that launched in...
Tags: General, Advertising, Humankind, Bushell, Brian Bushell, Coronavirus, Digital Features


Why Supply-Chain Snags Might Make Hand Sanitizer Even Harder to Find

As any entrepreneur will tell you, the success of a new brand has a lot to do with timing. And Brian Bushell's timing could hardly have been better. For well over a year, Bushell had been planning to add a grapefruit-scented hand sanitizer to By Humankind, his boutique line of personal-care products that launched in...
Tags: Advertising, Humankind, Bushell, Brian Bushell, Coronavirus, Digital Features


HumanKind: CU Boulder Helping with the Covid Crisis

For over a decade, I’ve worked closely on a number of entrepreneurial initiatives with my friend Brad Bernthal, an Associate Professor at Colorado Law and the Silicon Flatirons Center.  The past few weeks unexpectedly resulted in a new project with Brad B. and CU’s entrepreneurial community. On March 19, Bart Temme, and entrepreneur in Holland, reached out to me and Brad B. The next day we jumped on a call. Bart shared notes about how the startup community in his area of Holland mobilized in ...
Tags: Colorado, Trends, Crisis, Holland, Quinn, Bart, Areas, Brad, CU, CU Boulder, Humankind, Feld, Silicon Flatirons Center, Brad B, Brad Bernthal, COVID-19


Tokyo 2020 Olympics Rescheduled for Late Summer 2021

The 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games are just one of the many major events being delayed in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak across the world. Since gathering hundreds of thousands of people together for athletic events isn’t wise during a time of widespread illness, the 2020 Tokyo Olympics were pushed to an undetermined time. But now the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has set new dates for late summer in 2021, giving everyone “the maximum time to deal with the constantly changing landscape ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Nbc, Sports, Olympics, Tokyo, Ioc, Paralympics, Toyko, LA Times, Rio de Janiero, Humankind, Peacock, Thomas Bach, International Olympic Committee IOC, International Federations


All-Natural Mouthwash Tablets

by Humankind’s all-natural mouthwash tablets (made from baking soda, tartaric acid, sodium benzoate, menthol, and thymol) now come in a travel-size iteration with a reusable container made for use while on the go. The durable glass cup makes standardized dilution simple, while the silicone tablet holder sits snugly on top. Removing single-use plastic from the ritual, by Humankind also ships tablet refills in 100% compostable …
Tags: Travel, Design, Toothpaste, Mouthwash, Hygiene, Humankind, Travel Sized


Reading BIG, Reading small . . .

"I think that's the longest I've seen you take to read a book," said John the other day.  I've been pecking away at this weighty (in both senses of the word) tome for weeks now. The ideas are so big that it works best for me to read a bit, usually after breakfast,  and have the rest of the day to digest what I've read before moving on to the next bite. Well, what would you expect from a book subtitled A Brief History of Humankind?  There's a lot of ground to cover--a hund...
Tags: Gardening, John, Elizabeth Gilbert, Sapiens, Humankind, Harari, Vicki Lane