High School Musical: The Musical: The Series Cast Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions | WIRED

From Wired. Jason Earles, Joshua Bassett and Matt Cornett take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the internet’s most searched questions about themselves. The High School Musical: The Musical: The Series stars answers questions like: What’s the difference between High School Musical and HSMTMTS? Whose the choreographer for the show? Does Jason Earles play Hawkeye?…

This is the true cost of açaí #shorts #harvest #acaiberry #acai #insider

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This rare and expensive #cinnamon spice is one mimicked across the world. #ceylon #shorts #spice

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The Intricacies Of American Roads – Who Knew?

From Cheddar. Who Knew? is a collection of Cheddar’s favorite explainers organized in episodes together by topic. This week, our host, Hana Ostapchuk, presents three stories on the evolution of the airline industry. You can also check out full episodes of Who Knew? weekdays at 11 a.m. wherever you stream Cheddar News. 00:00 Why American…

China’s Social-Media Users Head to Under-the-Radar Platforms | Tech News Briefing Podcast | WSJ

From Wall Street Journal. To avoid harassment and greater oversight on social-media platforms, some users in China are leaving the country’s dominant sites for under-the-radar options. WSJ China technology reporter Shen Lu joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss what led them to this point and where they are moving. Photo: Getty Images For more episodes…

How A Soiled White Chanel Bag Is Professionally Restored | Refurbished | Insider

From Insider. Julie Summer is the director at Luxe Bag Spa, a designer-handbag-restoration company in Canada. She shows us how she restores a soiled white Chanel flap bag. This includes cleaning the exterior, repainting the bag, and polishing the chain. https://luxebagspa.ca/ https://www.instagram.com/luxebagspa/ MORE REFURBISHED VIDEOS: How L.L.Bean Boots Are Professionally Restored | Refurbished | Insider…

How 15 Crafts Across The World Survived For Centuries | Still Standing | Business Insider

From Business Insider. From India’s handmade paper and sacred metal mirrors, to Japan’s soy sauce fermented in 100-year-old barrels, we got an inside look at centuries-old traditions around the globe to see how they’re still standing. 00:00:00 Introduction 00:00:34 Pakistan Ajrak 00:10:13 Italy Bells 00:18:12 Venice Glassblowers 00:25:15 Ukraine Weavers 00:34:20 Egypt Stone Carvers 00:40:49…

How Singapore Airlines Now Serves Fresh Fish on the World’s Longest Flight | WSJ

From Wall Street Journal. Singapore Airlines operates the world’s longest flight, during which passengers can now get fish. It might sound risky, but it’s fresher than you might expect. Singapore’s Food and Beverage Director Antony McNeil explains how and why he brought trout to travelers plates. Photo Illustration: Adele Morgan/The Wall Street Journal More from…

NYC Revealed Season 2! Coming soon…

From Cheddar. New York City is known for its collection of landmarks, a sprawling skyline, and as the financial epicenter of the globe. But perhaps the most extraordinary aspect of New York is something far less celebrated: Its unrivaled network of infrastructure systems working in unison to keep the city breathing. Join Cheddar & CuriosityStream…

American #cannabis #entrepreneurs must follow complicated #regulations just to make a profit #shorts

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The Huge, Weird Batteries of the Future

From Bloomberg. As the planet gets hotter, engineers are racing to find ways to store energy on a massive scale, clearing the way for a transition to renewable electricity. #energy #powermoves #bloombergquicktake ——– Like this video? Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg?sub_confirmation=1 Become a Quicktake Member for exclusive perks: http://www.youtube.com/bloomberg/join Subscribe to Quicktake Explained: https://bit.ly/3iERrup QuickTake Originals is Bloomberg’s…

High inflation: what you need to know

From The Economist. In many countries, inflation is at its highest level since the early 1980s, and consumers are feeling the pinch. What can be done to bring it under control? 00:00 – Global inflation is rising again 00:24 – What is inflation? 00:51 – Why is high inflation a concern? 01:40 – How to…

Biggest challenges for the #cannabis industry in the US. #shorts #marijuana

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Why Monkeypox Is a Global Health Threat | WSJ

From Wall Street Journal. What smallpox is to humans — monkeypox is to animals. So what happens when a human is infected with an animal disease? WSJ explains the symptoms, reactions and treatment of a monkeypox infection. Read more about what you need to know about the 2022 monkeypox outbreak on The Wall Street Journal:…

The Dodgy Science Behind Sports ‘Recovery’ Tech

From Bloomberg. The recovery tech industry claims to help athletes bounce back after sports training. Players endorse everything from massage guns from makers like Theragun to cryo-chambers. But the science behind much of it is questionable–at best. #BusinessofSports #training #bloombergquicktake ——– Like this video? Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg?sub_confirmation=1 Become a Quicktake Member for exclusive perks: http://www.youtube.com/bloomberg/join Subscribe…

How Commercial Flight Is Evolving – Who Knew?

From Cheddar. Who Knew? is a collection of Cheddar’s favorite explainers organized in episodes together by topic. This week, our host, Hana Ostapchuk, presents three stories on the evolution of the airline industry. You can also check out full episodes of Who Knew? weekdays at 11 a.m. wherever you stream Cheddar News. 00:00 Why Commercial…

Humans finally figured out how to make it rain

From Vox. Cloud seeding, explained. We flew up to see it with our own eyes. Subscribe and turn on notifications 🔔 so you don’t miss any videos: http://goo.gl/0bsAjO For decades, drought-stricken areas around the world have practiced “cloud seeding,” a process where chemical flares full of silver iodide are shot into clouds to encourage them…

People Are Moving (Back) to This Deadly Wildfire Site

From VICE News. If your house and town burned down in a wildfire, would you stay or would you go? We went to Paradise to find out how and why people are rebuilding after California’s deadliest wildfire. Help keep VICE News’ fearless reporting free for millions by making a one time or ongoing contribution here.…

Private Security in South Africa Comes at a Cost

From VICE News. There are more than double the number of private security officers than police officers and national military combined in South Africa. This can be helpful to communities who feel underserved by their own countries. But like with any privatization efforts, there are major drawbacks. VICE News looks at the impact in Durban,…

Why Security Camera Footage Still Sucks – Cheddar Explains

From Cheddar. If you’re a true crime fan you’ve probably watched detectives solve cases using CCTV footage. While good video can catch a bad guy, bad video can make the case even harder to crack. But why, in 2022, do we still encounter grainy, low quality security footage when camera technology has evolved to allow…

Life as a Trans Soldier

From VICE News. One year ago, Sgt. Jessica Haut came out as trans in the military. Now, VICE News checks back in to see how she’s navigating her transition while serving in the U.S. Army. Help keep VICE News’ fearless reporting free for millions by making a one time or ongoing contribution here. – https://vice.com/contribute…

How F1 racers turn really fast

From Vox. It’s all about using the entire width of the road and finding the ideal line. Subscribe and turn on notifications (🔔) so you don’t miss any videos: http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Cars travel at their fastest speeds when moving in a straight line, and Formula 1 is no different. F1 racers drive at over 215 mph…

How Clean Energy Is Increasing Worker Exploitation in DRC

From VICE News. The Democratic Republic of Congo holds more than half of the world’s reserves of cobalt. Demand for the element, which is used in many electronics, has tripled in the last decade—and it’s expected to double again by 2030. VICE News went to see if that soaring demand is driving illegal mining and…

The #Chouara tannery in Fez, Morroco is the oldest #tannery in the world. #shorts

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Following the Black Soldiers who Biked Across America

From VICE News. If you’ve ever listened to Bob Marley, you’ve probably heard of the Buffalo Soldiers, at least by name. But you might not know about their legendary bicycle journey. VICE News’ Dexter Thomas joined a trip with cycling enthusiast Erick Cedeño to retrace, and rethink, our place in American history. Help keep VICE…

The Undercover Cop Infiltrating Britain’s Biggest Drug Gangs

From VICE News. Neil Woods spent 14-years as an undercover detective infiltrating some of the most dangerous drugs gangs in Europe. His operations put his own life in constant danger, and led to the arrests of countless dealers, gangsters and drug users. Over this time, Neil came to realise just how contradictory and self-defeating our…

Laser Cleaning Soot From Fire Damage | Deep Cleaned | Insider

From Insider. Laser cleaning is a non-contact method of removing grime and surface contamination. It works by sending short pulses of light that are absorbed by coating particles like rust and paint. The interaction causes these particles to detach from the surface. Kevin Harrison, who is the owner of Project Laser in Western Australia, walks…

Meta’s Facebook and Instagram Revamp Hits Snags With Competition | Tech News Briefing Podcast | WSJ

From Wall Street Journal. Facebook parent Meta has been revamping its platforms to make them more competitive with rivals like TikTok, and to keep advertisers. But users are expressing dissatisfaction with the changes on Facebook and Instagram, and advertising revenue is slipping amid rising inflation. WSJ reporter Salvador Rodriguez joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss…