We shouldn’t, but sight is something many of us take for granted.
Even those of us who wear glasses or contact lenses can forget how much these everyday inventions have shaped our lives for the better.
Have whiffy pits (or worse) is embarrassing and unpleasant — no one wants to be the stinky one in the office.
But for some poor people, no amount of Sure is enough to stop the stench.
Panic is in the air.
The cyborgs are coming, and they’ve got their grubby tin hands on our private sector.
“Robots could replace 250,000 public sector workers,” shouted Sky News this…
We Brits can be a sickly lot. We’re known for stodgy foods and pub culture, and our washed-out weather doesn’t do us any favours.
But neither does our bad boy attitude.
We all know that a good book is one of the best ways to close the day — sleep expert Arianna Huffington swears by it.
Humans, you’ve probably already tried a Fitbit, the smart bracelet designed to count your steps. We’ve even seen animal lovers use them to monitor their obese pets.
I met the king of toilets.
The lights turned on, the seat rose to welcome me. There was no need for toilet paper.
Maybe the worst thing about going to the dentist is that there’s no distraction from the person peering into your mouth, doing painful things to your teeth.
Every month at The Memo we drill down into one theme you need to care about.
Last year we explored topics like future finance, health, love, and education; in 2017, we’ll be returning to some of these areas, as well as exploring new ideas…