The science of society series – debunking human behaviour (part II)

  “Do I contradict myself? Very well, then, I contradict myself; I am large, I contain multitudes.” - Walt Whitman     Social science study number 2:   Confirmation Bias - Confirmation bias [...]

The science of society series – debunking human behaviour

People are endlessly fascinating. No two the same, yet all operating under the same driving principles. We've done a bit of digging into the troves of behavioural science, and have decided to dedicate the next [...]

William Eggleston in New York

William Eggleston is one of the pioneers of the photography world. Currently showing at the breathtaking Metropolitan Museum of Art, William Eggleston's work spans across 75 days depicting scenes from the American Life, produced from [...]

SALT Festival Australia

EVENT || SALT FESTIVAL Australia Salt Festival 'builds a new and innovative community.' Why not invest, and enjoy interacting with a myriad of artists & contributors! Share visions, innovation and connect with like minded folk to [...]

Let that soak in – our 3 favourite discussions this week

    Podcasts while walking, podcasts while bathing, podcasts while commuting - there's always time to squeeze in a little extra intellect and inspiration. What's more, this week we've done the hardest part [...]

One small step, one giant leap

  "Complaining about the world while doing nothing is unacceptable. This is our world and these are our problems to solve. Today, businesses are ruling the world, so to change we need to [...]

Love island – an ode to small landforms

Moments staring out the window, slipping into a blur of blissful nothingness as we ride a train through unknown lands, having long and frivolous conversations with locals in small foreign towns, and watching dappled sunlight [...]

To wander aimlessly – in praise of the flaneur

  Living in cities can be extremely recharging. Streets bustling with life, the constant generation of ideas occurring, all forms of diversity unfolding before your very eyes. On the flip side however, after [...]

North Canterbury Wine & Food Festival

The coolest little Wine Festival is returning to the Oak Trees Sunday 11 March 2018, with 30 + local & boutique winemakers, growers, chefs, bakers & restaurants. Enjoy devine Wine, Food and NZ's Favourite Country [...]

Better common scents – exploring aromatic routes to natural healing

Essential oils are somewhat of a big topic in the health sphere these days. And since we’re all about debunking buzz words, we thought it would be fitting to extract some deeper meaning from these [...]

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