John Wick and Deadpool 2 Director Shoots a Snowball Fight Using Only an iPhone

A cinematic snowball fight shot on iPhone 11 Pro by David Leitch, who has directed: John Wick, Deadpool 2, and Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw. Regardless of the device, it’s quite remarkable how good camera phones have gotten. The capability to create films and take breathtaking photographs is now accessible to so many more people, it’s awesome. Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways

Know your startups value so you can communicate it to investors

Blair Silverberg I’ve always told companies that investors have a much easier job than they do. To be good at their jobs, investors have to know how to do math and make decisions. As a business owner, you have to do both while also running your business. The numbers are simple; it’s the calculations that are complex Where is your company investing its financial resources? Most growing companies invest heavily in sales and marketing or research and development. What is the return on this investment?  For example, how much gross profit (revenue x gross margin percentage) does a given sales and marketing investment produce? How does that number compare to your cost of capital? If it’s higher, your company is creating value. If it’s lower, …

Apples sexist credit card isnt just a PR problem its a nightmare for us all | Arwa Mahdawi

Men including Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak have been awarded significantly more credit that their wives. Its a bleak insight into our algorithmic future, writes Arwa Mahdawi What is white, fragile and sexist? There are innumerable answers to that question, but the one Im looking for in this instance is the Apple Card. The tech giant released its first branded credit card, managed by Goldman Sachs, earlier this year. The fancy titanium card is famously delicate; Apple has warned people not to store it in a leather wallet because it is easily damaged. As it turns out, the card seems to be as allergic to women as it is to leather. Last week, David Heinemeier Hansson, a high-profile tech entrepreneur, tweeted …