Intriguing John Doe story from the BBC: Why did a man travel 200 miles to die in the Peak District national park?
There's a serious overconsumption problem in fashion these days. Cheap, so-called "fast fashion" is pushing people to buy more clothes, a good percentage of which is never even worn.
A short film about Bellerby & Co, artisan globe makers based in London. Incredible craftmanship.
From the NY Times: The First Global Terrorists Were Anarchists in the 1890s
Here's your weekend reading: animals are smarter than you think, barbarism is not a bug, cars in cities were a mistake and the consequences of mapping glitches.
The US is the land of roadside attractions. One of those was the, short-lived, Presidents Park in Virginia; an open-air park where visitors could amble among giant presidents' heads.