The Goods: Issue 24 Image: jesusupplyco


As we automate more and more, the future could be a place where we won’t have to talk to anyone if we don’t want to. Quartz imagined a day in the life of a white-collar cubicle-dweller in 2021, and it is equal parts scary and cool. 😮


Carol Reiley believes safer products begin with diverse teams – and we wholeheartedly agree. Having a homogeneous team can result in designs biased toward that particular group. 💞


Google’s wonderful Santa Tracker is back this year and it's better than ever – follow Santa Claus on Google Maps as he makes his journey around the world. 🎅


With the US’s recent election results that caused quite the stir and all of the feels, Ben and Jerry's One Sweet World couldn’t have come at a better time. 🍓


Because of our aforementioned automated futures, The Atlantic reckons we’ll also be entering an age of female dominance – where robots will overtake male-dominated industries like construction work, rather than care-related work like nursing. 🤖


We love Amazon’s Alexa but just like the next tech fiend, we want to give Google Home a good spin. We’re hoping it goes a bit like this. 👏


A bonus link because it’s Friday and we love The Onion. 😂