What we're clicking on this week (when we're not burning up from soccer fever).
At the Table features gorgeous portraits and sweet Q&As from chefs and artisans in Berlin. (I don't recall the food scene being this good when I lived in the city. But of course I am nostalgic anyway!) – Jeralyn, editorial director
11 untranslatable words from other cultures, including a term for the feeling of anticipation that leads you to keep looking outside to see if anyone is coming. – Berit, assistant editor
Journalist Esther Honig put out a global call to action: Take this unaltered photo of me and Photoshop it to meet your country's standard of beauty. – Pavia, founder
No thanks to British Airways, this poor man wound up in Grenada in the Carribbean instead of his intended destination, Granada, Spain. Talk about a travel fiasco. – Becky, editorial assistant
My pal Mark Ladner, kind and talented chef at Del Posto in NYC, is fundraising on Kickstarter for Pasta Flyer. It's a food truck and small restaurant where traditional Italian macaroni culture meets Japanese ramen efficiency. Gluten-free pasta, many shapes and sauces, served in three minutes – Pavia, founder
Tip This Much calculates how much you should tip based on which country you're in, splits the bill depending on how big your party is, and essentially negates everything you learned in second-grade math. – Becky, editorial assistant
Say hello to Cotel. This is what the crowdsourced hotel of future looks like. – Pavia, founder
THIS WEEK ON FATHOM: Nature in All Its Glory
Emily Harteau taught us how to road trip with toddlers.
Nina Kokotas Hahn pondered the great circle of life in the Okavango Delta.