Brick-and-mortar is just getting started 💳

 

Startups are saving retail.

Brick-and-mortar spending is expected to grow by $36 billion over the next four years, and e-commerce by $50 billion, according to a study by Deloitte. But as new technology closes the gap between online browsing and in-store buying, spending could go even higher.

Credits: AngelList via Outlook

Rotating house

 

I’m hoping that in the next one to three years I will be able to buy my own house. However the London housing market is an overheated and painfully expensive one, so as they say ‘beggars can’t be choosers’. Even if my new home rotates, it shan’t bother me too much.

Credit: The Rotating House

Hotel Gaufrette

 

 

Finding the restaurant at Gifville’s new L’Hôtel Gaufrette complex is a nightmare, but the wafer sundaes on offer in said restaurant are well worth the struggle.

Credits: GifGifMagazine via Milorad Vidojevic, GifGif survives Gif`s, GifGif and Facebook

Euston Square

 

A GIF that reminds me of one of my favourite stations to and from work, Euston Square, near two other stations. Its a often frenetic mess of passengers and trains from three different Tube lines all competing for space and coming in and out in rapid succession. However, if you really want to see busy, try Vcitoria or Liverpool Street stations.

Credits: palerlotus and Giphy