The So Paulo taxi firm that dares to go where Uber doesn’t

Ubra has been a success in Brasilndia, a district whose dangerous reputation has deterred big ride-hailing apps Brasilndia feels more like a village in its own right than a peripheral district in a bustling metropolis of nearly 20 million people. Miles from the hustle and bustle of So Paulos central…

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How My Smartphone Revived the Purity of Reading

Living in New York, one grows accustomed to building safeguards. Commuting via the subway, for instance, requires specific defensive measures. The MTA suffers from chronic delays, regular breakdowns, the occasional track fire, and serious overcrowding. One conventional escape for most passengers is the application of headphones. Listening to music or…

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