Entries by ale

Travel responsibly

For me, now that COVID-19 allows it, it’s time to have a break and switch off from the daily routine for a bit. For all who are about to fly somewhere, make sure you would be considered as a pleasant travel companion […]. Have a look to the stats, then have a great holiday! 🙂

Milk and sustainability

Milk is a widely consumed food. According to Clai, in 2020 in the EU-28 [the data still includes the UK] the annual consumption of animal-derived milk was almost 65kg per-capita, plus in recent years the so-called “plant alternatives” have also grown exponentially. But which “milk” is the most sustainable? Here are some data.

How to recognise phishing emails

Knowing how to recognise a legitimate email from a phishing email seems to have become a fundamental skill in terms of cybersecurity. No longer just focused on promising mind-boggling inheritance or lavish rewards for “innocent” requests, phishing emails are becoming more sophisticated and more accurate in reproducing the writing style and tone of voices of well-known brands impersonated by the sender. But how to spot them? Here are some data and some useful tips.

We’ll travel again, just not yet

Few production sectors have been spared from the crisis resulting from the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, but certainly no sector has been affected as much or as hard as tourism, in particular airlines. Even the beginning of 2021 was no time for optimism, thanks to the heavy travel restrictions still in force to try to curb the spread of new coronavirus variants. When will the sector recover? Here are some data and expert opinions.

Women and the right to vote

Today is International Women’s Day. I’ve developed the habit to write a post every year around this date stressing the absolute need to create a culture of respect and equality, a culture that values diversity. Today I’d like to highlight this concept again, this time remembering one of the bigger fundamental achievements women reached: the right to vote.

The apps one can’t live without in UK and USA

It could be our favourite social media, the messaging platform that lets us connect with friends and family members, or even one of the tools we use to stay up to date with our work, but almost every smartphone user has at least one app perceived as indispensable. Here are some data regarding the most important apps for Britons and Americans.