‘Trove’ is a weekly compilation of stories and articles that have captured my attention and compelled me to read on.
This week we look at the review of a recent study shedding new light on how social interactions underlie the evolution of intelligence; a recent Nature report that compares the productivity of industrial and organic agriculture; a look into the life of the kid who, in 2007, became the first person to ‘unlock’ the iPhone and who went on to perform similar feats on Sony’s PS3; a book which explores how human culture and lifestyle manipulate our internal clocks, causing ‘social jet-lag’; and finally, a look back at Adam Yauch’s life, how The Beastie Boys impacted music, and how they impacted us…Happy reading!
- How social interaction and teamwork led to human intelligence | ScienceDaily
- Time to Stop Worrying and Learn to Love Industrial Agriculture? | Mother Jones
- George Hotz, Sony, and the Anonymous Hacker Wars | The New Yorker
- Cuckoo | New York Magazine
- MCA, Kid Forever: How the Beastie Boys United Us by Never Growing Up – Jack Hamilton | The Atlantic