Remember to think long-term. 

“Installation has finally begun on Jeff Bezos’ 10,000-year clock, a project that the Amazon CEO has invested $42 million in. The actual idea for the clock comes from Danny Hillis, who originally proposed a 10,000-year clock in 1995 as a way to think about humanity and the planet” learn more

Leg exercise has impact on brain and nervous system health. 

Don’t skip leg day! “‘Our study supports the notion that people who are unable to do load-bearing exercises—such as patients who are bed-ridden, or even astronauts on extended travel—not only lose muscle mass, but their body chemistry is altered at the cellular level and even their nervous system is adversely impacted,’ says Dr. Raffaella Adami from the Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy.” learn more

The best of resignation letters. 

Sam Hinkie was the GM of the Philadelphia 76ers (NBA) until he resigned in 2016. On his way out, he wrote a 13-page letter. It’s rare for someone to impart this much wisdom on their way out of an organization. (I’m not a huge b-ball fan, and enjoyed this anyway, so don’t let that scare you). learn more

New look inside Theranos’ dysfunctional corporate culture. 

“Elizabeth Holmes dropped out of Stanford and founded Theranos in 2003. The company imploded in 2015 after it was revealed that it had misrepresented its blood-testing technology. The SEC charged Holmes with fraud, stripped her of her controlling stake in the company, fined her $500,000, and barred her from being an officer or director of a public company for 10 years.” learn more

The battery master is back. 

John Goodenough invented the Li-ion rechargeable battery, used by almost every cell phone on the planet. Now the 95-year-old professor, “says he has a new cell aimed at electric cars that delivers double the energy density of existing lithium-ion, and, in a first, actually achieves an increase in capacity when it’s charged and discharged.” learn more