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#Breadcrumbs: April 27th, 2018

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From micromerch and weather billboards to furniture fashion, we’ve got some great links in store for you this week.

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  • Hey London! Can’t trust the weatherman this spring? McDonald’s has got you covered with their real-time weather billboards?

  • REJOICE! We’ve found all your missing socks here.

  • Docuseries ‘My House’ is giving us liiiiiiife by showing another side of vogue culture?

  • Some of our favorite rom-coms rank low on the Rotten Tomato-Meter and we are demanding a recount!

  • A new movie featuring an all-Asian cast minus the Asian stereotypes? Here for it. ?

  • A documentary about Allison Mack’s alleged sex cult is already in the works.

  • Janelle Monáe has chosen to liberate herself from societal pressures and reveal her pansexuality. #gogirl ?


  • Sweden is raising the sustainability bar by creating the world’s first road that charges electric vehicles as they drive on it. #powertrip ?

  • Will Snapchat’s introduction of AR games be enough to raise its stocks back up?

  • Hungry, but don’t want to deal with a human? These delivery robots are programmed to be the next best, or most awkward, thing.

  • Pirate Bay founder declares the internet broken (and wishes more people cared).


  • A 6-acre memorial dedicated to victims of white supremacy opened this Thursday in Alabama.

  • The #MeToo movement has caused Chinese men and women to have mixed feelings about the ever increasing demand for hiring attractive women as “programming motivators.”

  • Loyalty points just aren’t going to cut it after seeing the tactics these brands use to retain customers. ?

  • It’s time to rethink the way we approach increasing the prosperity of cities.

  • The verdict is in – Bill Cosby is found guilty of sexual assault.

  • Growth doesn’t come cheap. WeWork’s aggressive expansion has put the company $18 million behind in rent bills.