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Fast Company 10/20/2020 07:45
It’s the map to end all subway maps. Plus: See an exclusive video about the map by filmmaker Gary Hustwit. Just when you think you’ve mastered the New York City subway system, it throws a curveball at you. A station or line is closed. A train suddenly runs uptown only. The paper maps plastered all over stations are of little help in this situation. It’s why the MTA is constantly printing out all sorts of extra signs and posting them in stations ad hoc to help New Yorkers and visitors navigate the city. But what if there were a map that could signal this dynamic information intrinsically, no makeshift signage required?
Fast Company 10/20/2020 06:00
And what if Prop 22 fails? Entrepreneur Bradley Tusk games out the consequences of each 2020 election scenario. There’s just two weeks left until Election Day, and the polling currently has Joe Biden as the overwhelming favorite to take back the White House. Democrats look likely to retake the Senate, too. But if we’ve learned one thing about 2020, it’s that anything can happen—and you better believe that Silicon Valley lobbyists are planning for every potential eventuality. Depending on who wins the White House, the Senate, and what happens in local elections around the country, the impact on tech could vary wildly. Here’s a primer on what to expect with each possible outcome.
Fast Company 10/20/2020 04:30
Global carpet tile manufacturer Interface launches a new, fully carbon-negative carpet. When designing an environmentally friendly office space, you may not think about the impact of what’s under your feet. Maybe you’re more concerned about the air-conditioning system or lighting, but the carbon footprint of flooring, with lots of square feet to cover, can add up. In response, Interface is now launching its first carbon-negative carpet tile.
Fast Company 10/20/2020 04:00
The Instagram sensation ‘Accidentally Wes Anderson’ captures strange and compelling locations around the world, and it’s now available as a book. Wes Anderson wouldn’t have it any other way. The Hotel Belvedere was built in 1882, the lone building on a hairpin turn on Switzerland’s Furka Pass. Surrounded by mountains, it has green shutters that open from six narrow windows, and red letters spell H-O-T-E-L across the front. It looks lonely, slightly out of place, like it was summoned into being by someone who needed somewhere to stay for one night. It looks, in other words, like it belongs in a Wes Anderson film.
Fast Company 10/20/2020 03:00
From #MeToo and Lean In to open offices and remote work, the workplace has transformed many times over in the past two and half decades. Let’s take a look at how we got here. When Fast Company first appeared in 1995 declaring that “Work is Personal,” the workplace looked vastly different than it does today. Many of the changes mirror the tech advances of the past two and a half decades (Slack replaced email which replaced faxes, for example). But the real workplace evolution has been in making work more personal—for both better and worse.
Fast Company 10/20/2020 02:55
Cocoa bombs are a visual and taste bud delight. Now that we’re over halfway through October, it’s that time of year where people are throwing on cozy sweaters and grabbing mugs of hot drinks to keep their hands warm. Which brings us to the . . . you guessed it . . . latest TikTok trend: hot cocoa bombs. TikTok users are obsessed with sharing their bomb-making skills. But far from being anything dangerous, these are the kind of bombs that explode into sweet, warm goodness you can’t wait to gulp down.
Fast Company 10/19/2020 11:30
A pilot program will give them checks for two years, to research the effects of UBI. In the city of Compton, one in five residents lives in poverty, double the national average. Since the pandemic began, the unemployment rate has risen from about 7% to more than 20%. But a select group will have a chance to get help reversing those trends, as part of a pilot program called that will aim to assist 800 people through no-strings-attached direct cash payments over two years.
Fast Company 10/19/2020 07:50
The agency has contracted with Nokia to bring cellular internet into space. NASA and Finnish telecommunications firm Nokia have announced plans to build a 4G cellular network on the moon. The system is on track to launch in 2022, giving future astronauts the ability to stream high-definition video even when they’re off-planet—and bringing a sustainable human presence on the moon a little bit closer.

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