Welcome to the ninth volume of WizeWorld, our weekly collection of handpicked stories and sounds to help bolster your sense of wizdom and curiosity.
AsapScience asks the question, “Is Your Phone Listening To You?” In an increasingly digital world, it’s important that we know just how close our relationship with our phone really is. We know what our phone can do for us when we use it, but what exactly is our phone doing when we’re not using it?
Angela Chapin of The Cut delivers a heartbreaking piece about love, parenthood, and distance as three mothers chronicle what it means to have an incarcerated loved one, with no way of reaching them.
Irene Dresel provides a pulsating mix clocking at just over an hour. The music really fits into every part of your body from your fingertips to your stomach, with it’s array of rhythm and bass it has something to sway to, nod your head to, and completely groove to.
Seattle, Washington is providing a community for those without one. A once forgotten parking lot has now been renamed “Paradise Parking Plots” a haven for immigrants and refugees to grow food from their home countries.
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