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The sweet spot for any digital nomad is the ability to work from anywhere on the planet, provided that there’s readily available Wi-Fi access. Since we’re all remote workers here at Nanalyze, we’ve spent a fair amount of time holding up our phones looking for “two bars” of reception so we can start writing. We found an app […]
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Back in August 2017, we published an article on How to Make Money off America’s Opioid Epidemic which looked at the major players in legal opioids. At least a few of them were selling legal fentanyl – you know, that extremely dangerous drug you keep hearing about on the news these days. In our article, we cited […]
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We’re always suspicious of companies that don’t have venture capital (VC) backing. That’s because companies that get funded by VCs have undergone a lengthy vetting process that serves to weed out – using a battle-hardened, repeatable process – startups that don’t have the potential to hit home-runs for investors. Even with proper VC vetting, only one out of […]
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America’s political polarization is particularly dangerous because it forces those who participate to be corralled into a corner and then spoon fed what they want to hear. You’ll often hear each side chant some generic mantra that telegraphs their cult-like adoration for the elephant or the donkey. Thankfully, capitalism continues to plods forward as it […]
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Think about asking someone you trust to do something important when you die. Unless this person really, really cares about you, what are the odds they follow through with what you asked them to do once you’re dead? Now think about asking a corporation – who lists you in their system as a number – […]
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For many cannabis investors, it’s their first time putting money into the stock market. They probably have no idea how badly human emotions can affect investors. It’s a topic covered perfectly in the book Reminiscences of a Stock Operator which highlights how fear – whether that’s a fear of missing out or a fear of losing […]
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Making sure someone is who they say they are – also referred to as authentication – is something that’s frequently conducted by soliciting the user with a string of characters that only that user is supposed to know. In an age where we’re creating synthetic life, this primitive method of authentication has changed very little. The requirements […]
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They say that if aliens ever stop by long enough to express a real interest in what we’re getting up to, they might find a few things to be puzzling. For example, why do we spend billions of dollars finding gold, digging it up, then putting it all in a heavily guarded place to make sure […]
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If you have Internet access that allows you to read this article, then you’ve probably had an injection at some point in your life. According to the World Health Organization, there are 16 billion injections that take place every year in developing and transitional countries. Of those injections, 90% are therapeutic, 5% are given for […]
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If you’ve ever taken a cruise, you know that it’s nothing like The Love Boat, a TV series from the 1970s and 1980s where people with bad hair hook up and get sunburned while sipping overpriced cocktails. OK, maybe the show was exactly like going on a real cruise. (We always thought it was amazing […]
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