Posts tagged germany
The Arteries of the Digital World

As technology develops, we are having a harder time imagining what the processes that make up our world look like. Photographer Henrik Spohler sets out to bring physical evidence of the building blocks of the digital world and the systems that bring forth our scientific discoveries.

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Killing With Kindness. Are Americans Really as Nice as They Think?

How can the same country have a reputation for excessive niceness, and an excess of mass shootings? “In the mid-western region of the United States, we’d rather die than talk to each other so rudely,” writes Kristie Pladsen, about learning to live with German directness.

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