brave new world

And we’re on the verge of doing just that, says Yuval Noah Harari.
And that's what the series showed in Season One so brilliantly in each occupied part of America. It wasn't just that Japanese
Whether it is Black Lives Matter who demand to be heard or others, Fox News will attempt to shout down the movement to protect their cherished vision of a monochrome America, instead of the messy, rigidly stratified America that so many face.
If you need proof of how the modern welfare state can miss the mark, just look at the rising level of social inequality in much of the developed world.
Aldous Huxley was fascinated with elites. In his novel Brave New World (1931) he creates a society of Alphas ruling over Betas, Deltas, Gammas and Epsilons in a caste system state order. The rules of society are simple.
It's a brand new day for the online fashion brand, Myntra. As the advertising world pulls up its socks, realising that people don't just want to be "talked to" anymore, Myntra's outdoor casual-wear brand The Roadster Life Co. has stepped up the game with the launch of their Pocketman Jeans.
What would you pack if you were exploring a new city? Or camping out in a forest? Or went cave-hunting? How many things would you need? What would you pack? Surprisingly, you need nothing more than what you can fit into your pockets!
Something weird and unhealthy is happening when drivers cannot abstain from texting even in city traffic. I have heard of people who cannot play a round of golf without pausing at each hole to check their e-mail.
For Thiel, the intelligently designed startup that will eventually evolve into what he calls the creative monopoly is the key to a brighter future for our world.
After a steady onslaught of social media, is it any wonder we sometimes feel numb to the suffering -- or joy -- of others?
"I was so honored to be included in that Buzzfeed list as there were some amazing books in that group. I hope readers will be intrigued by the premise: what if everyone in the world lost their hair?"
Will technology and science that make our species more transhuman be used to create a deeper divide in society for the haves and have-nots?
There is something about owning a physical book, holding it in your hands, feeling the paper in between your fingerers while turning the pages and experiencing the journey of a tale on real paper, not on a paper white screen or illuminated retina display.
Like Orwell's telescreens -- through which Big Brother broadcasts propaganda and spies on citizens -- our lives are dominated by cellphones, tablets and laptops that are our real-life two-way mirrors.
When we, in our helplessness as observers, try to fill up the void that inevitably follows loss -- that is when we forget that sometimes meaning is exactly what we feel: blue.
Extreme genetic selection, accelerated by artificial insemination, leads farm animals today to yield far more meat, milk, and eggs -- while eating far less -- than they ever have.
In addition to designing and mutating reality, the auto-corrector is now contributing yet another mirror to the funhouse that is human communication.