The coronavirus pandemic could yield a range of societal impacts. Here are some of the legacies it could leave.
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We are living longer than ever before. The 100-year-life is no longer the stuff of science fiction. But what does this mean? In the bestselling 100 Year Life, economist Andrew J Scott and management professor Lynda Gratton analysed what changes this presents to our way of thinking about life. In their follow-up, The New Long Life, they revisit these themes in the context of technological and societal change. Spear’s caught up with the pair on Zoom to discuss the book and its pertinence in light of the Covid-19 pandemic
Wine has never seemed more superfluous as an edifice, a vast palace of fussiness; yet its essence, as not just a physical but a psychological or spiritual restorative, has never been more useful. We treasure that which fortifies resolve—like a glass of wine at day’s end
As most physical venues remain shut around the world, Spear’s hears from Rob Anders, co-founder of Niio, a digital art platform which hosts 3,500 artist, about how the role of technology in keeping the art world afloat and ‘art in the digital age’.