It’s Pavlovian conditioning for the internet age. A new and “slightly uncomfortable” product is offering an original, albeit slightly unappealing, way to help wearers stay in credit.
Be the first to comment | June 2016
For those addicted to their smartphones, the idea of shunning digital devices to participate in a ‘Relax Your Brain’ contest might be unappealing. But that is exactly what some people in one of the world’s most connected countries are doing.
Be the first to comment | May 2016
A lack of money in an Uzbekistan city has resulted in “shameful” salaries.
A jug originally valued between $30,000 and $50,000 has an unexpected origin.
A ‘bug bounty’ reward has been given to someone who can’t technically join the social network site for another three years.
If you love animals, the great outdoors and can handle a bit of media attention, this could be your dream job.
Be the first to comment | April 2016
In Bali it is common for retailers to use sweets as small change. Indonesia’s central bank is making no attempt to sugar coat its disapproval.
Contrary to the old saying that ‘money can’t buy you happiness’, a University of Cambridge-led study proves that happiness can indeed be bought.
If so, workplace naps might be the cure for your post-payment processing fatigue.
Dive in nose first with the latest offering in matchmaking: mail odour dating.
Be the first to comment | March 2016