on the blockchain

Tether gets a stern scolding, sent on its way

The best part is that the NY Attorney General’s press release takes an upbeat tone on their success. “An agreement with iFinex, Tether, and their related entities will require them to cease any further trading activity with New Yorkers, as […]

thoughts of food

Lab-grown rib-eye is now a thing

“A little over two years after Israel-based start-up Aleph Farms unveiled the world’s first lab-grown steak, the company has now revealed a much more complex, thick-cut rib-eye steak. Cultivated using a novel 3D bioprinting technology, the company suggests it now […]

under the microscope

A controlled nutrition study across 10k people

I’d bet this x100 would drive some exceptional returns for the public health. “[The NIH] announced what it calls the largest study yet to probe “precision nutrition,” a $156 million, 5-year effort to examine how 10,000 Americans process foods by […]

better doing

Your environment shapes your decisions

“Your environment matters more than you think. Most people waste most of their day paddling upstream. Here’s how to create an environment that makes it easy to thrive.” | learn more

better doing

Why books don’t work

This certainly hits home. “All this suggests a peculiar conclusion: as a medium, books are surprisingly bad at conveying knowledge, and readers mostly don’t realize it.” | learn more