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Wednesday, 22 June 2022

Docuseries explores tech’s influence in everything from houseplants to gaming + When and how to collaborate + Massar Egbari perform new album tonight

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“Will dogs be surfing the internet?” and more theories about how the future will unfold: Netflix and The Verge teamed up to bring The Future Of docuseries, which consists of episodes that each discuss a certain topic or aspect of our lives and how the future will see it change. Each episode is bite-sized, running at around 20 minutes, with the released episodes looking at dogs, dating, houseplants, gaming, space vacations, and cheeseburgers. A lot of what could drive drastic change is the incorporation of tech into everything in our lives, from using biometric data to find your perfect match to using food tech to reimagine your favorite comfort food. More new episodes will be released next Tuesday, but the topics have yet to be disclosed.

Important matches for the top three Egyptian league teams tonight: El Zamalek, Pyramids, and Al Ahly are playing important matches today, as El Zamalek plays against National Bank and Pyramids against Eastern Company at 7pm. Meanwhile, Al Ahly faces Ghazl Al Mahalla at 9:30pm. El Zamalek is in the lead with 45 points from 21 games, followed by Pyramids with the same number of matches and a difference of two points, and then Al Ahly who played 3 fewer games and scored 41 points.

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Local music ensemble BubbleGum Kollective is playing retro pop at Cairo Jazz Club in Agouza tonight at 8pm.

Meanwhile, Massar Egbari are celebrating the launch of their new album Anis tonight at CJC 610 Sheikh Zayed at 9pm.


How to collaborate in a purposeful and efficient way: In Beyond Collaboration Overload, Rob Cross looks at the idea of collaboration in a workplace and how it has become essential to continuing operations and growing a business. Collaborative work consumes 85% of employees’ time and is slowly inching into all times of the day after the remote work era of the pandemic. The wrong kind of collaboration can hurt employees’ performance, health and overall well-being, argues Cross who instead attempts to show a different approach to teamwork. His strategy outlines when collaboration is necessary and when it isn’t as well as how to motivate and energize others to work together. If put to use, the methods in the book promise to “coach you to reclaim close to a day a week.”

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