Shrinking Cities, Four Day Work Week, Cloning Pets, And More – Somewhat Frank Podcast Episode 32

On this episode of the Somewhat Frank Podcast, Frank Gruber (@FrankGruber), John Guidos (@JohnGuidos) chat about the following topics and articles…

– The 4 Day Work Week – An article by Jennifer Liu of CNBC examines the idea of the 4 Day Work Week and the book by Andrew Barnes of the same name. It explores studies that support the work shift.

– Bill Gates TED Talk – So at this year’s TED conference, Bill Gates drew from his new book, How to Prevent the Next Pandemic, and talked about the steps we need to take. Watch the TED Talk here:

– Cities Are Shrinking –

– Child Car Seats Are Disposable – 12M Child Passenger Safety Car Seats Are Thrown Away In The U.S. Every Year. The vast majority are thrown away at the end of their life cycle because they are hard to recycle. Also, check out 

– Snap launched a new product, the Pixy a personal drone for selfies.

– Would you clone your pet? – Cloning your pet could be a thing for the future. Cloning your beloved pet is becoming a thing

– WHOOP wristband –  WHOOP monitors your sleep, recovery, and daily effort around the clock to deliver actionable insights on how you can optimize your performance. – 


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