This week's double shot of content greatness comes to us via the always active Steyer Slack, a.k.a. our very distributed water cooler. Enjoy:
Scratch your nostalgia itch with Wallpaper from the 70s, a website that Steyer COO, Katelyn Reilly, came across honestly. She writes: "My husband and I are house-hunting, which means I'm spelunking around the internet looking for decor ideas on my lunch break. After Pat rejected all of my very on-trend dark botanical wallpaper picks, I told him he should make some recommendations of his own, and he found this gem of a website." It's exactly what it sounds like... you know you want to.
In 2015, the Hubble Space Telescope captured an image of the Veil Nebula, what's left of a supernova located 2,100 lightyears from Earth. But NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) recently reprocessed that image to show even more graphic detail from this astronomical marvel. "The new post-processing methods have further enhanced details of emissions from doubly ionized oxygen (seen here in blues), ionized hydrogen, and ionized nitrogen (seen here in reds)," said the ESA. Thanks to Steyer technical writer, Doug Gantenbein, for sharing this gem with us!
Foam from our last Doppio: Earthweek news and a Harvard course in moral philosophy.