The 75 Best Virtual Museum Tours around the World (Art, History, Science, and Technology)

The spread of COVID-19 has placed a halt on so many things in our lives, especially our ability to travel, causing many to cancel the vacations they had planned. But while we may be stuck inside, that doesn’t mean we can’t have some new experiences in the meantime. So we’ve put together an ultimate list of 75 world-class museums that offer virtual tours that you can visit from the comfort of your couch!

The role libraries play in economic development

Libraries are so much more than books. 

We’re not just talking about the pivot to digital content. As any librarian or patron knows, libraries play a vital role within their communities far beyond that of entertainment and education. Yes, libraries are a go-to source for research support, accessible information, and thoughtfully curated content, but in many cities and communities around the world, the library is the de facto community center or social services hub, connecting people in need with resources (both on-site and off-site), and offering shelter, compassion, and connection. Libraries also are key in building citizens’ media literacy, which in turn has a powerful impact on democracy as a whole

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Source: Talk Ethiopia with Isaac – ቶክ ኢትዮጵያ

World Design Rankings { Best Design Worldwide}

Creativity has looked considerably different than it did a couple of years ago, and the way designers have shattered barriers to overcome unexpected circumstances is inspiring. The World Design Rankings (WDR) recognizes how these creators across the globe are making their communities—and, ultimately, the world—a more beautiful yet constructive place to live in. Announced by the A’ Design Award, one of the most prolific global design competitions, the list casts the spotlight on the geographic distribution of where designers have showcased exemplary innovation.

In the latest edition, China takes the top spot among 114 participating contenders, having clinched a total of 3,136 awards since 2010. It’s followed by the USA, Japan, Italy, Hong Kong, Great Britain, Taiwan, Turkey, Germany, and Australia. {…]


For a society constantly trying to over-extend, over-perform, and over-deliver, skipping out on sleep may be seen as the ultimate badge of productivity.

It’s a lifestyle we most associate with the rich and powerful of the world, not to mention the hustle-drunk tech bros of Silicon Valley – but it’s not even a new thing.

Even the infamous inventor Thomas Edison was so consumed by his need to stay productive, he often attempted to sleep just a few hours per night.

But is it actually true that sleeping less than eight hours per night leads to more? More success, more productivity, more wealth? It’s really not that simple, nor healthy. “In the last 10 or 15 years or so, there have been studies showing that your metabolism and your immune system are quite affected by sleep deprivation,” sleep loss researcher Siobhan Banks from the University of South Australia tells Science Alert…[…]

Komi, the nomads from the Arctic circle (Full documentary)

Alexei and Vassili are Komi, one of the most ancient indigenous people of Siberia. They live with their wives and children close to the Arctic Circle and are the last reindeer herders of this region.
Every autumn, in order to feed their animals, they cross the Urals into Asia to escape the intense Siberian winters. The four-month trip is long and perilous for these families and their 5,000 reindeer.
The director and his crew followed the family during the two major annual migrations. They captured an authentic portrayal of this impressive, harsh existence that is in perfect symbiosis with nature.

Documentary: “Komi, a journey across the Arctic”
Direction: Andreas Voigt
Production: Seppia Films, Barbara Etz Filmproduktion, France Télévisions & SWR

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