What We’re Reading: February 15-19

ER injuries, New York skyline change, nutella hacks, self-parking office chairs, flexible smartphones, and duct tape cups.

polarcubs copyInjuries related to steps and stairs are the No. 1 reason people wind up in the ER.

In Shanghai shoppers can skip the stairs and get to the ground in 16 seconds.

This farm-to-table residential model has been sprouting up everywhere from Atlanta to Shanghai.

Having trouble sleeping?  Try watching this video beforehand and it may help!

LA Modern is auctioning a real estate property for the first time and it’s none other than a Frank Lloyd Wright property. It’s essentially the same house from 1939.

New York’s skyline will soon include a twist courtesy of BIG architects.

Housingwire has listed the top 10 safest and most dangerous cities. Surprisingly, Chicago didn’t make the list.

Have you ever wondered if you could start your own country?

The sci-fi dream of flexible electronics is on its way – check out this new prototype flexible smartphone.

The engineers at Nissan are so excited about autonomous driving tech they have pulled themselves away from working on actual cars to demonstrate how smart they were with self-parking office chairs.

Wind power is taking off in America. Literal winds of change are afoot.

Watching ice shatter like glass on Lake Superior’s shore is unreasonably satisfying.

We now have the ability to store the culture, language, and essence of the human race in a simple piece of glass.

Collapsible cups and bowls make drinking water on the go easier for you and your dog. You can buy them at the store, or you can just make some yourself with a little duct tape.

Never lose a single smear of Nutella, ever again with these amazing hacks.