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Cannabis dispensary owner Kimberly Cargile plans Sacramento business accelerator - Sacramento Business Journal

By Scott Rodd <br>– Staff Writer, Sacramento Business Journal<p>Mar 20, 2018, 6:29am PDT<p>Kimberly Cargile, owner of the cannabis dispensary A Therapeutic …

Cannabis

There’s a Way to Legally Serve Cannabis in Restaurants, But It’s Not Easy

Yelp Reservations hosted a lunchtime panel on March 18 for a timely discussion about the recreational use of cannabis in Los Angeles. The LA restaurant community attended to learn how State Bill 94 applies to restaurants and bars. Out of caution, most local eateries have steered clear of adding any …

Cannabis

People Are Buying Marijuana Online More than Ever

With more and more states legalizing marijuana, it wouldn't be surprising to know people are also buying cannabis more than ever. But it may be …

Cannabis

What’s different about digital marketing in the cannabis industry?

The cannabis industry is one of the fastest-growing in the US, with a diverse and exciting startup landscape. And yet, it faces an uphill battle when …

Cannabis

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The Dalai Lama Reveals the Ultimate Morning Ritual That Will Brighten Your Day

How do you usually start your day? If you’re like most of us, it involves hitting the alarm clock several times before struggling to get your body …

Reality Is Not What We Can See

Some physicists, mind you, not many of them, are physicist-poets.<p>They see the world or, more adequately, physical reality, as a lyrical narrative written in some hidden code that the human mind can decipher.<p>Carlo Rovelli, the Italian physicist and author, is one of them. Following his best-seller</i> …

Quantum Mechanics

Millions of Muslims March Against ISIS During Pilgrimage and Mainstream Media Completely Ignores It

In one of the largest organized marches in the history of the world, tens of millions of Shia Muslims made an incredibly heartening statement, by …

9 Habits Of Highly Emotionally Intelligent People

When emotional intelligence first appeared to the masses, it served as the missing link in a peculiar finding: people with average IQs outperform those with the highest IQs 70% of the time. This anomaly threw a massive wrench into what many people had always assumed was the sole source of …

Emotional Intelligence

14 trailblazing Egyptian women who made history

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think about Egypt? It’s probably the pyramids and Rami Malek as a Pharaoh in The Night at The …

London School of Economics

The Sound Of Music - North American Tour: "Sixteen Going On Seventeen"

DefendHer: Women Human Rights Defenders

Alia Almirchaoui<p><b>Working In</b>: Iraq <b><br>Organization</b>: Organization of Women’s Freedom in Iraq<p><b>DEFENDING:</b> Freedom from violence for all women in Iraq<p>When Alia …

A public defender walking the streets of Charlotte has an inspirational message for the protesters — and they're listening

It was the third night of protests in the city after the police on Tuesday fatally shot Keith Lamont Scott, a black man who the police said was armed but whose family has said was holding only a book when he died.<p>Demonstrations had turned violent Wednesday night as some protesters looted and …

Justice

What Programming's Past Reveals About Today's Gender-Pay Gap

When men enter a female-heavy field, perceptions of women don’t improve—perceptions of the job do.<p>“Women are ‘naturals’ at computer programming.” So said the pioneering programmer Grace Hopper in a 1967 <i>Cosmopolitan</i> article. Programming, she explained, is “just like planning a dinner”: It requires …

Gender

'It’s a man’s world, sweetie' – how 3 female leaders dealt with sexism

<i>This article has been updated.</i><p>Between them, they run one of the world’s most prestigious universities, one of its biggest companies and one of its …

Gender Equality

11 reasons we didn’t invest in your company

Like most VCs, we often review dozens of deals each week. We have developed a funnel that enables us to quickly eliminate those that do not fit our general investment criteria (e.g. industry, stage, model).<p>The deals that survive this initial culling process are subjected to much greater scrutiny …

Product Management

A CEO's best investment? More women leaders

You’ve probably heard about the girl effect: if you invest in the education of young girls in developing countries, you will help local communities …

Google said to debut Pixel phones, Echo competitor, VR headset and more in October

Fall tends to bring new hardware from Google, which mainly involves new Nexus smartphones built in tandem with OEM partners. This year, things could be quite different since Google has a number of hardware projects in the works, and the Nexus brand is reportedly being replaced with a Pixel-badged …

Android News

6 maps that could change your perspective on the world

We don’t often question the typical world map that hangs on the walls of classrooms — a patchwork of yellow, pink and green that separates the world …

Suez Canal

Self-Appointed CEOs In Early-Stage Startups: How To Lose A Company In A Week

Destroying a company in a week is a bit dramatic. Still, even if you have a killer idea, it’s pretty easy to wreck a company before you even get started—especially if you don’t put the right leadership in place. Over the years, I’ve seen many startups with great potential flounder and fail because …

Business Strategy

How to Make Your Mind Happy, According to Neuroscience

Everybody is talking about mindfulness… but nobody seems to be able to explain clearly what the heck it really is. Ask people and you’ll hear, “Umm, …

Self-help

Africa's most innovative – and controversial – tech hacks

From 3D-printed limbs to hacktivists tackling oppression, Africa is the perfect place for tech innovation against the odds<p>Africa may be taking a great leap forward into the digital era. But when technology reaches a new area, the hackers are never far behind.<p>Many are familiar with the African …

South Africa

The Perfection of the Continuity Equation, Key to the Foundations of Reality

Physics at its best brings the world together. Its power is that a single simple framework can describe wildly different systems. But even the …

3tags.org

Rio 2016: the US women’s gymnastics team’s sheer domination, explained

The 2016 Olympic women’s gymnastics team final wasn’t a competition, it was a clinic taught by Team USA. During Simone Biles’s floor routine, with the gold medal essentially clinched, you could see the Russian team — the Americans’ bitter rivals for the last few Olympics — watching Biles work her …

Simone Biles

A girl's view of the 17 sustainable development goals - in pictures

‘If you don’t know where to start with the SDGs, start with women and girls everything else will fall into place,’ said UN Women head Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka recently. These photographs of women and girls all over the world illustrate each of the 17 SDGs. The exhibition was part of last year’s …

Gender

What your mindless daily habits reveal about you, according to science

There are so many actions throughout your day that go unremembered — pulling off a few sheets of toilet paper, sending a quick email to a colleague, …

Psychology

From press paranoia to affairs: A Hillary confidante’s letters reveal a window into her friend’s life

Hillary Clinton was first lady when an influential legal journal featured her in its spring volume, drawing tributes from such luminaries as Elie Wiesel, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy and the Queen of Jordan.<p>But the most intimate portrait came from Diane Blair, a woman Clinton befriended in Arkansas who …

Free Trade