Mum, dad and their boyfriend

MUM, DAD AND THEIR BOYFRIEND An interview with Elisabeth Sheff With our society slowly opening up to more sexualities, the world is starting to become more accepting and diverse. However, for many people relationships are still only between two people – a concept that is called monogamy. But the contrary has a name as well: polyamory. In this case, there can be more than two … Continue reading Mum, dad and their boyfriend

The Bright Future of Korean Skin Care

Donkey milk, horse semen and placenta don’t sound like things you would happily smother your face with, right? Think again. Korean beauty products, known as ‘K-Beauty’ by fans, are taking over the Western beauty scene. K-Beauty products are known for their unique, sometimes bizarre ingredients and cute packaging. By Ife Alayande The Korean beauty standards seem to differ a lot from typical Western beauty ideals. … Continue reading The Bright Future of Korean Skin Care

Keep your car data safe

Cars are constantly collecting huge amounts of data that is being used for many different purposes. These purposes include; driving and parking assistance or navigation systems. While this data is used in convenient and efficient ways, the collection of personal data in cars – such as location, speed and braking habits – could also be considered a privacy threat that you can’t escape. Data protection … Continue reading Keep your car data safe

Follwers-Fame-Fortune: The future of the Internet Stars

Article and photographs by Elif Doganyigit Pictures by Pixabay The Internet has developed a new category of personality – the Internet Star. Internet fame can last from 15 minutes to a lifetime. All of a sudden, one can find themselves on the news or a late-night show. It’s even possible to build an entire empire out that fame. Many do not consider vlogging or blogging … Continue reading Follwers-Fame-Fortune: The future of the Internet Stars

Nostalgia: Where the Past Meets the Future

by Megan Whitfield Some people crave the future, others crave the past. The times we handwrote letters to our loved ones, hand-sewed beautiful things, listened to vinyl on our record players. These experiences of nostalgia are rife amongst the youth of today, as we figure out our lives in the digital age. What does the past have to offer, and how is it shaping our … Continue reading Nostalgia: Where the Past Meets the Future

Changing the Pizza Industry – Workplace Automation

Changing the Pizza Industry – Workplace Automation Robots and food. It seems like a golden combination. One of the biggest game changers in this field is ASEA Brown Boveri (ABB), a Swedish-Swiss multinational corporation. This corporation operates with one-hundred-and-forty-thousand employees around the globe, working every day to robotise the world little by little; including, the food industry. Due to changing trends in society, the technological … Continue reading Changing the Pizza Industry – Workplace Automation

Dicks & Dykes, Queercore: How to Punk a Revolution

Dicks & Dykes Queercore: How to Punk a Revolution The International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) is known for their recognition of the alternative. The Dutch premiere of ‘Queercore: How to Punk a Revolution’ certainly ensures that this reputation stays intact. Focusing on past anarchistic gay culture director, Yony Leyser, aims to explore how the queer and hardcore scene united to establish the ‘queercore’ movement … Continue reading Dicks & Dykes, Queercore: How to Punk a Revolution

How a new metro will change Amsterdam

By Felix Kostersitz The project “Noord-Zuid Lijn” in Amsterdam officially started in April 2003. However, the discussion had already started in the 70’s. This project is a new metro line, which connects Amsterdam Noord, through the IJ and the city centre, with the south of Netherlands capital. The opening of the new public transport project was already planned for 2012. But due to reckless mistakes … Continue reading How a new metro will change Amsterdam

Catalonian referendum in Amsterdam’s ‘Roest’

By Felix Kostersitz Roest. A bar in the east of the Dutch capital Amsterdam. It is Wednesday evening. The artificial beach in the outside area of the bar is closed. It is already cold and the sand next to the canals is damped. The first thing which catches one’s eyes inside the location is the bar, which is in the middle of the room. The … Continue reading Catalonian referendum in Amsterdam’s ‘Roest’