Posted on May 17, 2018
Navireads is a weekly digest of some of the best stories we found on the web. Here’s what we were reading this week!
It’s That Dress Again, But Now For Your Ears ~ In February 2015, a viral internet image of a dress took the world by storm. Now there’s a new illusion – for the ears – that speaks to each of us in different ways: The Yanny-Laurel Illusion | Scientific American
The Amber Alert System On Phones Is Already Annoying People, And That’s Dangerous ~ The problem isn’t that people are seriously inconvenienced when their phone buzzes for an Amber Alert, because they’re not. It’s that the system will desensitize them entirely, harming emergency preparedness in general | Maclean’s
A Brief History Of Cannabis In Canada ~ On this episode of Legalized, we’re exploring the history of cannabis in Canada | Navigator Ltd.
Gas Prices – Should The Government Intervene? ~ Randi Rahamim joins The Morning Show’s panel to discuss the planned summit between North Korea and the US that may be in jeopardy. Plus: rising gas prices – should the government intervene? | Navigator Ltd.
Tone From The Top ~ Mike Van Soelen joins The Morning Show’s panel to discuss: will John McCain get an apology from the White House? Plus, millennials are leaving Canada’s major cities | Navigator Ltd.
Spring Spike In Illegal Border Crossings ~ Colin MacDonald and Sally Housser join CTV News’ True North Politics to discuss illegal border crossings in Quebec, Manitoba and British Columbia, as well as the upcoming NAFTA deadline | Navigator Ltd.
Decoding Millennials In The Gig Economy ~ Six trends to watch in alternative work | Deloitte