Speedy grocery delivery is booming, but competition and high running costs could hinder growth. Startups are promising to deliver groceries to your doorstep in minutes, stepping up competition in the industry. Their strategy: to operate out of “dark stores.” WSJ visits some of these hyperlocal warehouses to see how they operate and the challenges they face. Photo/Video: Michelle Inez Simon
Daily Archives: September 20, 2021
Front Cover Previews: The New Yorker – September 27
Architecture: ‘Inside-Out House’ In Westminster, UK
Architect Barbara Weiss likes to do things a little differently. Indeed, the last time we caught up with her was at her upside-down house: a converted pub in Westminster, central London, where she lives on the secluded top floors and sleeps on the lower floors (yes, it’s as brilliant as it sounds). This time, she’s giving us a tour of her latest self-designed home, which she’s aptly titled the inside-out house.
Infographic: Biodiversity – ‘How Nature Sustains Us’
Front Page Views: Wall Street Journal – SEP 20
Analysis: Decentralized Finance, Reducing Child Poverty, The Word ‘Like’
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, the dream and danger of decentralised finance, how America is substantially reducing child poverty (10:02) and a defence of, like, “like” (18:57)
Views: Huai Mae Khamin Waterfalls, Thailand (4K)
Huai Mae Khamin is one of the most famous and beautiful cascading waterfall of Thailand because of its natural beauty of steam which is flowing down step by step and which is surrounded by sparse forest, mountain range and various kinds of herbs. So, it is the moment of impression that we should take a picture. Huai Mae Khamin Waterfall is originated from Kala mountain range. The waterfall is situated on the east of Sri Nakarin Dam national park.