Some random things this week.
1. “Ten Meter Tower”
“Ten Meter Tower” is a short film by Maximilien Van Aertryck and Axel Danielson. Through an online advertisement in Sweden, the filmmakers found 67 people who had never been on a 10-meter (about 33 feet) diving tower before, and had never jumped from that high.
I love it, it is the most beautifully human thing I have seen in a long, long time.
Take the time to watch it.
2. Ask Jelly
A Friend, Riaan from Elevato Labs, sent this to me. A search engine with real humans behind. Through crowd sourcing, your question gets directed to real people.
I've been answering questions on writing, mental health, spirituality on Ask Jelly.
So when an algorithm won't do, ask a human... or Jelly.
Who doesn't like Nesquik? Making it a billion dollar brand ie. bringing in more than a billion dollars a year.
"Nestlé is counting on sugar reduction in its food and drinks to boost sales in the ongoing fight against sugary products, the Wall Street Journal reports. Several years ago, Nestle executives said they did not believe their strategy with Nesquik ...was sustainable." - Quartz
However, with the 'NO to sugar' trend, Nesquik was quick (see what I did there) to create a new product with, you guessed it, LESS SUGAR! No more blaming it on the bunny. On the shelves in Europe already and due for the US and the rest of us soon.
This is by me, Pierre, each week I post three things that grabbed my attention, and that I like. You can also sign up for the newsletter version here