Attendees share their favorite moments from TNW Conference 2018
As the second and final day of TNW Conference comes to an end, we’re already looking back at the highlights of the festival. Attendees have networked and mingled to their heart’s content, and they’ve also watched some amazing speakers on stage. Before they all head off to the afterparty and become too blissfully drunk to answer, we’ve asked some of them to share their favourite speakers and tracks from TNW2018. Here are some of their answers: Manuel Vilhena “Gilles Peterson and Young Marco! It was all about music and the Music Summit track, and I really loved the tunes they… This story continues at The Next Web
Winemakers are playing music to their fermented grapes in an attempt to coax more flavor from the bottles. It sounds odd, but they say the waves help improve the way the wine develops. According to National Geographic, a few wine companies are playing music to their aging barrels. Not just playing music while drinking the wine — I mean actually playing music for the settling liquid as it slowly ferments. Chilean winery Montes Wines plays quiet music, saying the “soft vibrations make the liquids perform a better aging than in silence or with strident music.” It sounds a little unlikely… This story continues at The Next Web
NEW YORK (Aug 21): Oil futures rose on Monday after weeks of declines, as investors grew more concerned about an expected fall in supply from Iran due to U.S. sanctions and worried less that a trade war between the United States and China would hurt economic growth.
Brent crude futures rose 38 cents to settle at $72.21 a barrel, a 0.5 percent gain.
U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude rose 52 cents, or 0.8 percent, to end at $66.43 a barrel.
A new chapter of social innovation initiatives is coming to Singapore this September
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