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Professional explainer. Editor-at-Large, @inc. Co-founder, @onethingnew. Optimist, amateur naturalist, darn good cook. Addicted to fresh air and natural light.

The Top 10 Discoveries That Will Rock Your World in 2025 — The Top 10 Discoveries That Will Rock Your World in 2025 - - Kimberly Weisul - Mon Jul 07 03:39:22 PDT 2014

A Look at 2025: Is Teleporting Really This Close? — A new report looks at the path of scientific research and offers some surprising conclusions. What's life going to look like in 2025? Well, the folks in Thomson Reuters' IP and science group have come up with an ingenious method of building a crystal ball.

The Entrepreneur Behind New York's Latest Health Food Craze — Marco Canora has long been a chef's chef, turning out seemingly simple dishes that require years of training to prepare consistently and well. He's received wide-ranging accolades for his restaurants, including Hearth in New York's East Village.

Marriott Abandons Quest to Block Personal Wifi Hot Spots — If you're like most travelers, you probably never suspected that your hotel was blocking your personal hotspot. But in October, after Marriott was fined $600,000 by the FCC for blocking Wi-Fi access at its Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center, the issue suddenly became front-and-center on road warriors' agendas.

How to Achieve the Impossible, From the Man Who Is Doing It — Climber Tommy Caldwell has been called the greatest living athlete most people have never heard of. Now, he's attempting what has long been thought impossible. Within the next few days, he and climbing partner Kevin Jorgeson expect to become the first people to free climb the 3,000-foot high Dawn Wall of El Capitan, a sheergranite face that is the first to catch the morning light.

Hotel Wifi: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly — Why is it so hard to find a hotel with decent free wifi? After all, you can walk into almost any Starbucks and sit down to reasonably fast wifi for the price of a cup of coffee (and if you're really hard up, you could probably slink in and open up your laptop without even buying the coffee).

Catalyst report: Women gain corporate board seats globally, no in US — The push for women to gain corporate board seats is having an impact in many countries. Progress is possible. That seems to be the message from Catalyst's new global census of women on boards, which counts the number of women board members at public companies in 20 countries.

Why 2015 Should Be a Good Year for IPOs — Venture capitalists are having a field day -- not necessarily because of their new investments, but because of a boomlet in initial public offerings. Twenty-seven venture-backed companies went public in the fourth quarter of 2014, raising $4.4 billion, according to the National Venture Capital Association and Thomson Reuters.

How to Outsource Without Going Broke or Insane — You can't build a company all by yourself, much as you might wish you could. Cloning's not really an option yet, either. That means most entrepreneurs will eventually turn to outsourcing. Which, as we all know, can be a train wreck.

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Jan 30, 2015

From today's NYT: Apple sells 34,000 iphones every hour.

Jan 28, 2015

@barebonesbroth thanks for getting in touch! I am not planning on follow up but will let you know if I do.

Jan 28, 2015

@davemoon @jledbetter Most broth is boiled for 1 or 2 hrs. Bone broth is cooked until the bones crumble--about 24 hrs.

Jan 27, 2015

@lauralorber @Inc I think it fills the same niche --and price point -- as the fancy afternoon coffee. At least for a small.

Jan 27, 2015

The weather is perfect for this. And I bet Brodo is open today.… via @Inc

Jan 26, 2015

@rochellegarner I'm totally ready to do it! Just picked up the book myself. Hope you are well!

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