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Mindful : October 2015
14 mindful October 2015 A study found that bet ween 2002 and 2012, emer- gency-room visits due to high heel-related injuries doubled, hit- ting an estimated total of more than 123,000. And yet a woman got kicked out of The Cannes Film Festival this year for not wear- ing heels? A bottle of Heinz Hot Ketchup gave one man more spice than he bargained for. When he scanned a QR code on the bottle, he didn’t wind up at the contest to design his own label that it advertised. No. It took him to a porn site that bought the domain after the contest ended in 2014. Some say breasts are works of art. But for Fox5NY, even breasts in actual artworks are unseemly. Reporting on the sale of Picas- so’s The Women of Algiers, which depicts several nude women, they blurred out all the breasts. A famous art critic called the chan- nel “sexually sick.” ● A Sony licensing agreement surfaced that explicitly states that along with not killing or using drugs, Spiderman can never be portrayed as black or gay. If dogs are man’s best friend, then never leave your BFF unaccompanied in a vehicle. Scottish farmer Tom Hamilton left his collie, Don, in his mini-tractor while tending to a lamb, and Don drove the tractor straight into a motorway, causing a traffic jam. A biotech startup invented a synthetic product genetically identical to rhino horn, which is popular on the Asian black mar- ket where it’s more valuable than gold or cocaine. They plan to flood the market with their product, for- cing out the real (and illegal) stuff. A school in Québec provides desks attached to exercise bikes for students with attention deficit disor- ders, so they can stay active while concen- trating on schoolwork. California farmers may have a saving grace: A new app measures how much water different soils and crops need using a few small sensors, which trigger auto- matic sprinklers when needed. It can save up to 25% of water use. Smartphones don’t have to be fragile and made unethically. The Fairphone uses ethic- ally mined minerals, is constructed to outlive your phone contract, and is designed so you can open it up and replace a piece if it breaks—not scrap the whole thing if the screen cracks. Goldman Sachs has a revolutionary new rule! Investment bank- ing interns can work themselves to exhaus- tion until midnight, but then they have to go home and rest. As for the rest of the staff... culture Mindful–Mindless Our take on who’s paying attention and who’s not Illustrations by Jessica Rae Gordon Suggestions for Mindful–Mindless? Send them to