David Weisz

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How Brands Create the Conversation Around Cannabis Through Packaging and Innovation

Most people can’t hold a conversation about marijuana without giggling. Modern day cannabis brands are working overtime to change that.<p>The cannabis …

Cannabis

Saudi Arabia’s crown prince is taking the kingdom back to the Dark Ages

<i>Abdullah Alaoudh is a postdoctoral fellow in Islamic law and civilization at Yale University Law School and senior fellow at Georgetown University’s Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding.</i><p>Since Saudi Arabia’s current regime was established in the 1930s, a chain of kings and crown princes has …

Saudi Arabia

A Russian newspaper editor explains how Putin made Trump his puppet

“They consider him a stupid, unstrategic politician.”<p>Mikhail Fishman is the editor-in-chief of the Moscow Times, an English-language weekly newspaper published in Moscow. The paper is well-known for its criticisms of Russian President Vladimir Putin; indeed, it was targeted twice in 2015 by Russian …

Russia

The One Mistake Nearly Everyone Makes When Pan Searing a Steak

Cooking a restaurant-worthy steak on the stovetop should not be a daunting task. Read through these blunders, resolve to avoid them, and you can …

BBQ

AT&T’s Troubling Plan to Change HBO

The telecom giant, which just acquired Time Warner, is seeking to drastically change the premium-cable channel in order to compete with the likes of Netflix.<p>This past February, HBO added the most U.S. subscribers in its history, boosting its user base by 11 percent (the company has some 142 million …

TV

20+ Rare Vintage Photos Of Grocery Stores That May Surprise You

Have you ever walked through the grocery store aisles and spotted someone who looked like they just rolled out of bed? I mean literally in their …

rarevintagephotos

Penda unveils designs for Tel Aviv tower wrapped in modular arcades

Penda has designed a residential tower in Tel Aviv, with facades made of modular archways and terraces, which aims to complement the city's legacy of …

Architecture

These Incredible Paintings Capture the Delicious Details of Fruit

Ohio-based artist Dennis Wojtkiewicz creates large-scale oil paintings of fruit that look so real, they might make you want to reach into the canvas and take a bite. From mouthwatering citruses to succulent watermelons, the artist’s photorealistic paintings encapsulate each fruit's form, texture, …

Art

'Bleeding' vegan burger to get UK launch in Tesco next month

A plant-based burger that “bleeds” from US brand Beyond Meat is to make its UK retail debut in Tesco in the first week of August.<p>The Beyond burger – the company’s flagship vegan-friendly product which sold out after its May 2016 launch in the US – will be stocked alongside meat in in 350 branches …

Burgers

Australia's Top 100 Restaurants 2018

Meet the top 100 restaurants in Australia for 2018, as decided by Australia's top chefs.<p>Presented by <i>The Australian Financial Review</i>, these …

List-Worthy

Listening to James Hansen on Climate Change, Thirty Years Ago and Now

On June 23, 1988—a blisteringly hot day in Washington, D.C.—James Hansen told a Senate committee that “the greenhouse effect has been detected and is changing our climate now.” At the time, Hansen was the head of <i>NASA</i>’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies, and though his testimony was certainly not …

Climate Change

Trump Loses His Superpower

The president’s tweets have been powerless against images of migrant children in the news media.<p>Donald Trump is good at many things, but his greatest gift may be his ability to distract the newshounds by shouting “Squirrel!” and sending them sniffing for a new story. But this week, the dogs …

Donald Trump

US$139 KeyWe smart lock is how all locks should work from now on

Korean company KeyWe has launched what it's calling the "smartest lock ever" on Kickstarter. And with Wi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth, a touchpad and an …

Free and Beautifully-Designed Resume Templates

You're reading Free and Beautifully-Designed Resume Templates, originally posted on Designmodo. If you've enjoyed this post, be sure to follow on …

Is Hamas good or bad for Israel?

Hamas has no interest in the establishment of a Palestinian state, does not engage in politics or border discussions. It has one, singular goal: the …

Donald Trump’s New World Order

How the President, Israel, and the Gulf states plan to fight Iran—and leave the Palestinians and the Obama years behind.<p>On the afternoon of December 14, 2016, Ron Dermer, Israel’s Ambassador to the United States, rode from his Embassy to the White House to attend a Hanukkah party. The Obama …

Watching Israeli TV’s Fauda as a Palestinian

The Netflix show makes for some unconventional Ramadan viewing.<p>It’s the third week of Ramadan, a month of fasting, charity, and prayer for the world’s 1.8 billion Muslims. In the Arab world, it’s also a month for an influx of new TV specials, which families gather to watch after breaking their …

Hereditary review – Toni Collette is outstanding in brilliant fear machine

Hereditary tripled my heart rate, prickle-massaged my scalp, cured my hiccups – and pretty much terrified me. It was the first time I’ve heard someone in an audience of hardened critics yelp the word “Fu-uck” in two separate syllables; the first in fear, the second in a kind of immediate, …

Horror

In Sydney, a Modern Indoor/Outdoor Barn for a Landscape Architect and Family

A few weeks back, we featured landscape architect William Dangar‘s own residential landscape in Sydney’s Bondi Beach on Gardenista (see Downsizing a …

NY Times’ Friedman: Netanyahu ‘too cowardly’ to take steps necessary for peace

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is “too cowardly” to take the necessary actions for peace with the Palestinians, while Hamas has proved a disaster …

Internet-Famous Women Bringing Heat to the Middle East

These social media-savvy businesswomen are changing what fame means in the region.<p>A new profile in <i>Marie Claire</i> highlights the Middle East’s top …

Are They Buildings or Gardens? The New ‘Green’ Architecture

Buildings are sprouting greenery, especially in Asia—not just living walls or rooftop meadows but whole façades draped with plants and terraces …

The core Isis manual that twisted Islam to legitimise barbarity

Experts rebut terrorists’ religious justification for beheading and kidnapping<p>The jihadist manual behind the brutality that underpinned Islamic State has been revealed for the first time in new analysis of a 579-page text, written by the Isis ideologue Abu Abdullah al-Muhajir.<p>The text attempts to …

Terrorism

Take a tour of the 'city of the future' being built in a Middle Eastern desert

The site of Masdar City is roughly 20 miles from the center of Abu Dhabi on the Persian Gulf. It's right next to the Abu Dhabi International Airport …

This 42-Second Podcasting App Is Creating the First Generation of Audio Influencers

The newest social media craze is driven by audio. Here's what you need to know about HearMeOut, and why you may want to add it to your marketing toolkit.<p>Listen up! The latest social media craze is upon us, and we can enjoy it even without endless puppy filters--or any visual filters, …

Social Media

Why it's ok that you only wear navy blue

99 per cent of men are excusably boring when it comes to colour, after all<p>Like a moth to a particularly weak flame, I can’t get enough of navy blue. …

Weedkiller products more toxic than their active ingredient, tests show

US government researchers have uncovered evidence that some popular weedkilling products, like Monsanto’s widely-used Roundup, are potentially more toxic to human cells than their active ingredient is by itself.<p>These “formulated” weedkillers are commonly used in agriculture, leaving residues in …

Glyphosate

Apple confirms a serious problem with the iPhone X – and an unlikely solution

Face ID, Apple’s sophisticated 3D-sensing face recognition system, is one of the signature features of the iPhone X. It turns out, however, that Face …

Drumbeat to ditch NAPLAN is growing louder - and rightly so

As Melbourne University academic, Margaret Wu explains: "[A] student’s NAPLAN score on a test could fluctuate by about plus or minus 12 per cent. For …

Seriously: There Are Only 10 Foods That All Nutritionists Recommend

There are so many clashing nutrition philosophies in the world, it can make a person's head explode. I learned this firsthand when I sent my …