The German parliament on Thursday voted against a proposal by Health Minister Jens Spahn that would have made it easier for authorities to collect organs of people who die in Germany, where only 36% have an organ donor pass. In 2018 only 955 people donated organs in a country of more than 80 million people, according to the Health Ministry.
Eventually it turns out an indicator in the midst of unfounded superlatives of tiresome tendencies to find anything more normal as more exciting. And there he is, a dear companion of my decades overlapping hipster music escapades.
Last year, our search results on mobile gained a new look. That’s now rolling out to desktop results this week, presenting site domain names and brand icons prominently, along with a bolded “Ad” label for ads. Here’s a mockup: pic.twitter.com/aM9UAbSKtv
Once upon a time, Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam created a tender fairy-tale campaign for Mondelez’s Milka chocolate brand. I can’t believe that the above ad could possibly be by W+K. Aren’t they also handling lostandnotfound.com? Dairy products and wildlife conservation don’t taste better together. Or have W+K succumb to the sweet temptation of satire or cynicism. I don’t think so. The purple chocolate in one hand and ‘The End of Evolution’1 in the other. I don’t think so.
Should the extermination of species and overpopulation progress, life on earth will become impossible. The German scientists Matthias Glaubrecht explains in great detail in his new book. [↩]