If life is like high school, Facebook is surely the hierarchy of cool. But who are the coolest kids?
It’s 5.31am. I woke up hours ago for no reason at all and cannot convince my mind to relinquish wakefulness. Here’s what I learned about the Internet-searching mass of humanity that we’re a part of while the sky turned to gunmetal grey and the birds tentatively heralded the morning.
While googling something (I’ll never admit exactly what), I used the phrase “what is”. Here are the top 10 suggestions it offered me to complete my question:
1. What is love?
2. What is illuminati?
3. What is my IP?
4. What is global warming?
5. What is instagram?
6. What is the Harlem Shake?
7. What is Social Media?
8. What is marketing?
9. What is stress?
10. What is my IP address?
It seems we’re all a little lost at every level of being human, from the biggest questions about why and how we live to Instagram and the Harlem Shake.
Today, I met with Suzi and Pascale from Miko coffee, an originally Belgian coffee brand with two centuries of roasting heritage behind it. Miko has a Fairtrade brand calledPuro. With the support of their coffee brands, these great gals also run Trees4Schools – an awesome initiative which plants trees and veggie gardens in at-risk schools.
More stories about Miko’s fascinating history soon, including the myth that they had to resort to roasting acorns during the second World War but for now, check out Trees 4 Schools teaching kids how to grow enough food to feed their families in an old tyre.