Did your ancestors turn left or right out of Africa, and then, after a time, did they go north or south?
Archives for February 2013
I was lucky to be on hand to share Chef Heston Blumenthal's creations (pics here) with Dr. Mike and Tim Ferriss
Pareto, man. 80/20. Or 90/10, or whatever you like and are comfortable with; but beyond that you're surely going to be hitting the tar pit of diminishing returns in any added cost/ marginal benefit analysis.
When you get in a rut, first procrastinate. There's virtue in that, so long as you know that you eventually have to do something to get out of it.
When you're in a slump, what do you do but get out of it? How do you get out of it but change what you're doing to something else, calculated to be better?
This is a new citizen project startup that asked for $100,000 and has so far received $284,000. Here's the project page: uBiome -- Sequencing Your Microbiome.
I've been trying something new the last few days and finding it to my liking: eating more, just differently.
I guess the parents of these lean, marvelous looking, exuberant Siberian kid-animals didn't get the memo that what kids need now is 24/7 hovering, being kept indoors, and fed packaged junk food.
They just got done with the 2013 Worlds in Forbes, NSW.
In the end, we love the predators the most, and that's what it's all cleverly about