I feel the urge again. My fingertips run along my face, feeling for imperfections, and I slip into the bathroom to be alone. After a glance in the mirror, I stalk back out, my nails digging into my palms. Not today.
Bleep, bloop. “Hallo, mein name ist Pepper.” Step into Future Candy’s office in Hamburg, Germany, and this is how a sleek, white humanoid receptionist—named, you guessed it, Pepper—might greet you.
Cats hiking on a leash, cats sauntering through snow, cats floating on a kayak. On Laura Moss’ and Cody Wellons’ popular Instagram account Adventure Cats (which boasts more than 128,000 followers), wayward kittens know no bounds.
Inside Leela Hoehn’s office, it’s hard not to feel watched. That’s because one of her best sellers is a sturdy spiral bound 12-month planner featuring a giant eye printed in decadent gold on black.
Every day, our 700+ employees work hard on the world’s largest marketing automation platform. So when the end of the week rolls around, we take the opportunity shut down our laptops, load up on donuts and coffee, and give our brains a good stretch with Coffee Hour.
On a sweltering summer day, the What’s in Store team stopped by the Nashville Farmers’ Market to meet with Stephen Rose, the man behind The Peach Truck. When Stephen first moved to Music City, he made a terrible discovery: No one was selling the fresh, bursting-with-flavor peaches he’d grown up eating in Georgia.
Not that long ago, guitarists didn’t have too many gear options. As more companies popped up and the equipment became better, artists were able to get closer to the sound in their heads, says Scott Marquart of Stringjoy. As a player, he went “bananas” fiddling with every aspect of his setup, swapping guitar strings from different packages until he found the perfect sound—his sound.