🥩 It's steak, but not as we know it. An Israeli company has created the "world’s first slaughter-free ribeye" using real cow cells and 3D printing technology. Aleph Farms' technique involves "bio-printing" living cells, complete with fat and muscle incubated to mimic the textures of a real steak. The firm says it has the same attributes as "a delicious, tender, juicy ribeye steak you’d buy from the butcher." And it's not stopping here. Link in bio for more. 📷: Aleph Farms
This is the inside story of how Tim Cook made his mark after Steve Jobs, deepened ties with China, navigated the Trump era, used privacy to pressure Facebook, and built Apple into a $2.3 trillion fortress. https://t.co/pIq9BpfHmB
Brian Kim has seen his wealth rise to $7.9 billion on the popularity of his Kakao Talk app. Now he plans to give half of his fortune away. The founder of South Korea's top mobile-messenger operator told employees he will donate more than half of his assets "to solve social issues," Yonhap News reported. Kim, who once lived in a room shared with seven family members, will set out details in a future announcement, according to reports. Link in bio for more. 📷: Kakao
Salesforce says 'the 9-to-5 workday is dead,' and will give employees 3 choices for how and where they want to work — including the option to work from home forever https://t.co/RpHA5SAIPV
We all want to feel like our jobs make a difference and that we are contributing to the greater good. But at a time when the world feels like it’s on fire, finding meaning day-to-day can be a challenge. You may wonder, "What’s the point?" and feel yourself getting cynical. How can you break free of this negativity — and what can you do to change your perspective on work? How can you use your skills, experience, and values to reignite your passion and drive? Who can help you find your purpose? And what can you do to use today’s crises as an opening to create meaning? Swipe for seven strategies to help, and tap the link in our bio to read the full article, "How to Find Meaning When Your Job Feels Meaningless," by Rebecca Knight. — Artist credit: Caspar Benson/ Getty Images
Neuroscience says you lose 5% of IQ points every time you don't get enough sleep. https://t.co/lZb1iPAVm0
I'm thinking about buying the .com domain for my town (15,000 people). Worth the effort to make it into something for small business owners?
I'm thinking about buying the .com domain for my town (15,000 people). Worth the effort to make it into something? It is going pretty cheap (<$200). 15,000 in town but a lot of small business... and lots on Facebook. I was thinking I could start a small business directory. Asking business owners say $5 per month to have a listing? Decent beer money if a few sign up. All I have going for me is the .com domain authority... and I could write some nice articles for tourists on the site. Not sure what else the biz owner could get... maybe a dedicated article or something. What do you think - worth the effort? Should I try something else with the domain? Or should I not even bother buying the domain the first place. Ideas, experiences and feedback all very much appreciated.