Weekly Agenda

A data dress & Nintendo’s world tour are in your Weekly Agenda

By Jon O'Shea 22 August 2016
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Everything you need to make it through the week.

Mondays can be stressful, but don’t despair – we’ve got everything you need to make it through the week.

From the hottest events around the globe, to a new podcast for your commute, a great series for your night in, or the latest must-download app: This is The Memo’s Weekly Agenda.

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See where fashion & fact merge. An incredible ‘statistics dress’ that maps the world’s most important data has just been unveiled. This includes stats from the United Nations Refugee Agency that will show the movement of displaced people across the globe. The Science Museum, UK, until 4 September, free.

Join the Play Nintendo Tour. Enjoy a unique experience bursting with colour and imagination that offers parents and their kids the chance to play some of Nintendo’s classic games, participate in exciting contests, and win awesome prizes. South Shore Plaza Braintree, Massachusetts, 19 – 21 August, free.


This inspiring new trailer. Get a sneak peek at how three brilliant black women put NASA’s Apollo in space. Hidden Figures looks SO good. Free on YouTube.


Less is more. Last week Dentsu Aegis UK CEO Tracy De Groose told us that Essentialism by Greg McKeown is helping her to focus on what really matters. It’s fair to say Essentialism is essential reading for anyone who’s ever felt stressed, burnt out or overwhelmed by everything. £9 on Amazon.


Get running with Racefully. Lost your running buddy? With Racefully you never have to run alone again. This app lets you have virtual races in real life with friends from around the world. Free on the iPhone App Store and coming soon to Android.

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