The media has published hundreds of articles and think pieces about the tech-loving, world-changing millennial generation. They’re accused of being narcissistic, selfish, and entitled. Whether those claims are valid or not, there is one millennial attribute that not only sets them apart, but can also push them ahead. For the most part, this generation grows up thinking that anything is possible. Born in 1992, Aleali May is a member of this new generation, and her approach to taking on the world exists without limits.
Odell Beckham Jr.’s amazing catch against the Dallas Cowboys during his rookie year vaulted him to superstar status and landed him on the cover of Madden 16. Now, the New York Giants star wideout is immortalizing the catch even further by throwing it on a backpack made in collaboration with Sprayground.
The FDA just approved a new, synthetic THC product for use in treating a variety of ailments, in liquid form. But despite being the first liquid THC replacement on the market, this may not be worth the buzz.
Unbeknownst to many, Jas Prince was responsible for discovering and catapulting Drake’s rap career after finding him on MySpace. By the time Jas reached out to the OVO rapper, he already had success as an actor on the Canadian television drama series, Degrassi and began to circulate as a lyricist. Although Jas comes from a music based family and has a Rap-A-Lot affiliation through his father J Prince, Jas opens up to DJ Vlad that Drake was uncertain of his promises. “I was like, ‘I’m [going to] make you famous’ and he was like ‘I hear that a lot.'” Even though Drake appeared pessimistic about Jas’ capabilities, he decided to work with him regardless.
Porsche first unveiled its electric car, the Mission E, last December as a luxury model fit to compete with Tesla’s Model S. 1,000 new jobs would becreated to bring the concept vehicle to life, but today they increased the total to more than 1,400, likely to channel good press and move beyond its parent company Volkswagen’s emissions scandal.
The human nose is packed with bacteria. Some of its inhabitants can sicken us, but yet other nose-dwellers may hold the key to fighting them off. Today, scientists announced the discovery of a new antibiotic produced by bacteria in human noses. Called lugdunin, the compound can combat Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). MRSA can cause a potentially life-threatening infection, and is resistant to some antibiotics.