Italian football bosses confirmed on March 26 that the national team's training center at Coverciano in Tuscany will be made available to local authorities for the treatment of coronavirus patients. Italy is now the global epicenter for the disease which now killed 7,503 in the country and infected almost 75,000. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus pandemic: Italian football opens national training center for COVID-19 patients
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As someone who spent a good chunk of my career as a user experience designer, I can definitely say that the user experience for reducing garbage sucks. It is too much for one person, let alone one family, to handle. Too much to think about, too much to remember, too many options, too much work, and too many plastic bins in the kitchen. There is only one conclusion I can come to: The companies that manufacture everything cluttering up my garbage need to do something about it. I don’t want to have to think about whether things are recyclable. I don’t want to have a separate bin for paper and one for plastic and one for compost and another for clothes. I don’t want to think about which polymers can go in the recycling bin. I want everything to be able to go into a recycling bin or to not exist. … [Read more...] about How America’s least sustainable city learned to love recycling
"I think we're going to find just how mentally resilient all these players are. It'll be a really good test for these guys because they're going to be tested by this environment more than they've ever been tested by any stressful situation on the cricket field. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus pandemic | Former physio says India players at a disadvantage due to space constraints in lockdown
Brands can work across all time zones DJ Haddad, the CEO and founder of Haddad & Partners, didn’t exactly choose a remote workforce. Rather, his company fell into it and inadvertently discovered the benefits. For the past 13 years, he’s been running his agency remote with leaders across the globe. This takes an average workday of eight to nine hours and turns it into 24. Because his team covers seven time zones, they can kick off a project at noon in New York and hand it over to a lead designer in Australia, who could then give it to someone else in the United Kingdom. By the time Haddad turned on his computer, the task would be 90% complete. “This is a project that would take our former agency at least three days to complete, and we would turn it around in one night,” he shares. “Of course, this means a lot of early-morning or late-night phone calls for our employees on East Coast time, but it’s part of our lifestyle by now, and in the end, it … [Read more...] about We’re in the midst of a massive work-from-home experiment. What if it works?
The crashes are spectacular, and if you are like me, you will watch them again and again, the first time horrified, the second and the third and the fourth time as if you were trying like Rashomon, to get to the truth… The moment when the crash occurs...Senna’s death was very personal because I was very young then and he was a hero to me. He was practically flawless in the car, and his death in 1994 made Formula One sort of pointless to me. This 2018 series instilled that interest once again, even though they have not followed the phenom called Hamilton at all in the driver’s seat. … [Read more...] about Restless during the lockdown? Get inspired by the likes of Senna and Schumacher