- The 'Impossible' Veggie Burger: A Tech Industry Answer to the Big Mac - The New York Times. I suspect the choice will eventually be taken out of peoples' hands, as the cost of beef goes up simple business requirements will kick in. Mass produced burgers generally have a lot of filler in them; and whatever proportion of meat they do have isn't high quality. Which all adds up to the basic truth that cheap burgers can contain almost anything and people will still buy them. The burger connoisseur in the article could probably be made happy with the addition of more fat, besides which he has a vested interest in dismissing a veggie burger (he has an audience to play to). The world will end up eating more veggie alternatives not because they care, but because they will get good enough to replace supermarket meat at a cheaper price. The mince in a mid-week family spaghetti generally isn't top quality anyway; so if there was a healthy, indistinguishable option that cost $2 instead of $10 why wouldn't you use it?
- Humans Are Really Bad At The Most Critical Part Of Using A Semi-Autonomous Car:
Even in non-critical situations (that is, when the driver isn’t otherwise distracted by texting or eating soup or whatever), drivers needed between 1.9 and 25.7 seconds to adequately take control from a robot-car.
- Simon Stålenhag Art Gallery (dystopian future art)
- Rio's Olympic venues, six months on – in pictures | Sport | The Guardian (worse than you'd expect)
- John Oliver Has A Genius Plan To Force Trump To Learn Some Actual Facts
- HMD Global will launch the Nokia 3, 5, and 6 at MWC, plus a 3310 homage | VentureBeat | Mobile | by Evan Blass. 3310 homage? Interesting. There are a few ways you could modernise the form factor, wonder how far they'll go?
- This Love Affair With A 1987 Nissan Maxima Has Lasted 27 Years. A car doesn't have to be new or even fast for its owner to love it.
- Chatham House Rule - Wikipedia
- Architect Turns Old Cement Factory Into His Home, And The Interior Will Take Your Breath Away | Bored Panda
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