Talking Cats + other Weekly Discoveries

12 amazing Netflix documentaries, how to avoid getting hacked, decoding cats, and more…


We are all part of a global community, and in that spirit we take each Friday to spread the love to others who’ve inspired us. In our Great Discoveries series, we feature the most interesting articles, a must-watch video and the most inspirational quote we discovered this week. Please spread the love and enjoy your day!

Talking Cats + other Weekly Discoveries

How to Speak Cat

A guide to decoding cat language. [Read on Stylist]

Talking Cats + other Weekly Discoveries

8 Security Tricks That Will Make You Harder to Hack

Because you can never be too careful. [Read on Business Insider]

Cowspiracy is the best thriller documentary we’ve seen since The Cove.
Talking Cats + other Weekly Discoveries

Are Women Their Own Worst Critics?

How the women are subconsciously holding each other – and ourselves back. [Read on the Huffington Post]

Talking Cats + other Weekly Discoveries

Netflix Business Documentaries to Watch Instantly

12 documentaries on Netflix that will make you smarter about business. [Read on Business Insider]

‘Great spirits often encounter violent opposition from mediocre minds.’

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Reader Discussion: 31 Comments

  1. Avatar of Dana Rosatti

    Dana Rosatti

    Cowspiracy seems to be very well done! I’d love to see the whole documentary.

    • Avatar of Elin Hanks

      Elin Hanks

      I completely agree. I wonder where it is available for view?

  2. Avatar of Matilda Parker

    Matilda Parker

    Bookmarked the article about the business related documentaries on Netflix. I currently don’t have a Netflix account. But my Hulu subscription ends mid day. And I’ll switch to Netflix instead. 🙂

    • Avatar of Samantha Anthony

      Samantha Anthony

      Great decision! Netflix is the best! I’ve been a subscriber since pretty much the beginning.

      • Avatar of Sonja Fallow

        Sonja Fallow

        I second that! The best part about Netflix is, it has it’s own unique content too. You’ll love it. 😉

  3. Avatar of Meggie Chambers

    “How To Speak Cat” made me wish I could actually speak cat. I’m one of those cat crazed girls, who’ll probably end up with 15 cats when she’s old hahaha

    • Avatar of Jae Medina

      Jae Medina

      Haha I wish I could say that for myself! I’d LOVE to have at least one cat, but I’m allergic. And the worst part is, I’m a natural born cat lady… 🙁 Damn these allergies!

      • Avatar of Meggie Chambers

        Oh no! That sucks 🙁 I hope they find a permanent cure for the cat allergies so you can enjoy the love of these littler fur balls like the rest of us. 🙂

  4. Avatar of Amanda Roberts

    Amanda Roberts

    Amazing finds as usual! Love the ending with that amazing Einstein quote. 🙂

  5. Avatar of Emily Wentz

    Emily Wentz

    I love all of these! Especially the article on Huffington Post about women being their own worst critic. Those who haven’t checked it out yet, totally should!

  6. Avatar of Lana Urie

    Lana Urie

    A well balanced round up of fun and business altogether. 🙂 Really appreciate these all. Thanks!

  7. Avatar of Danielle Wilson

    Danielle Wilson

    Once again, amazing work! You never fail us readers! Always looking forward to seeing more from Urbanette. 🙂

  8. Avatar of Raechel Hart

    Raechel Hart

    How awesome! My 9 year old daughter will go crazy about the possibility of being able to communicate with our cat, haha! Just brilliant! Thank you. 🙂

  9. Avatar of Jodie Carpenter

    Really enjoyed these all! This weekly Great Discoveries from The Web series always makes my friday more interesting and fun.

  10. Avatar of Sharry Lennon

    Sharry Lennon

    Great work! And thanks a lot for sharing the business related documentaries. I’m planing to start my own business. These will be useful.

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