— Un business responsable, Yvon Chouinard et Vincent Stanley
"FOUR KEY PROBLEMS PREVENT WEARABLES FROM REACHING A MASS MARKET—BUT THEY STILL HAVE SOME IMPORTANT APPLICATIONS"
"Angry Birds isn’t about the game anymore. It’s about the merchandise."
"Gender equality for crash test dummies. Female dummies weren’t mandatory parts of collision testing until last year."
"Comme l’a découvert Wal-Mart, 90 % de l’impact environnemental d’un produit sont déterminés dès l’étape de sa conception […]."
"The era of free trade is ending. Though trade barriers have been falling steadily and analysts predict decades more trade growth, Joshua Kurlantzick in BusinessWeek argues that industrial consolidation and technological advances could actually lead to more, not less protectionism in the coming years."
"Google’s plan to dominate the world by mapping it. In a piece that will make you see Google—and the internet—with new eyes, Adam Fisher in the New York Times explains that the next great online battle, after search (won by Google) and social (Facebook), is location, and explains how Google plans to win"
"Left luggage for winter coats. People departing Frankfurt’s airport for holidays in warmer climes can save space by leaving their bulky winter jackets behind."
"Music lessons don’t make kids smarter. Learning to play instruments helps creativity and discipline, but it doesn’t improve children’s cognitive abilities."
"The Fun at Work movement must die. Workplace “fungineering” and “gamification” undermine productivity—and may not even make work enjoyable anyway."