The Unscripted Weekly

The Unscripted Weekly features links to various articles I have come across in my travels across the internet.  Feel free to share your own internet journeys, and thoughts on these articles in the comments section.

Click through to read more, and Happy Trails!

Alice Waters, Chez Panisse and the power of farm-to-table cuisine on CNN – “All Alice Waters wanted was bread, jam and lettuce that tasted real, with a cup of good coffee or a glass of wine on the side.  The founder of Chez Panisse, the California restaurant famous for launching the modern farm-to-table movement, certainly didn’t plan to launch a revolution.”

New Ovarian Cancer Test Promises More Accurate Survival Prognosis on The Telegraph – “A new computerised test originally designed to study plants is being used to accurately predict how long women suffering from ovarian cancer are likely to survive.”

The Decline of Premium Fashion Brands on Fast Company – You know the brands, and their distinguished look.  Brands like Ralph Lauren and Tommy Hilfiger, but in recent years, these brands have lost their luster.  Deep discounts, and outlet stores have slashed the brands’ reputation watering down what were once iconic brands in the fashion industry.

Can Fake Junk Food Really Satisfy? on The Atlantic – Head over and check out how zucchini noodles are the latest in the “Replace Don’t Restrict” eating trend.

Icebreakers Are Terrible. They Also, Unfortunately, Work Really Well on New York Magazine – Nothing can be more dreadful at work than the icebreaker before a team event. The Penny Exercise, The Trust Fall…We all agree these are not our favorite, but check out why psychologists believe they are valuable.



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