Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Pelikan Souverän Raden M800 Royal Gold. Pelikan The Pelikan pen company, based in Hanover, Germany, has been making writing implements since the mid-1800s, and its present-day offerings include a wide range of models fit for the writing instrument connoisseur, the everyday pen user and even children and teens. These include such high-end pieces as the limited edition Souverän Raden M800 Royal Gold shown here, special editions, and pens for the student, such as the Pelikano and Pelikano Junior. The new Pelikan Souverän Raden M800 Royal Gold pen, as its name suggests, employs the raden decorative technique in its décor. Raden is a Japanese art form most often used for lacquerware and wood objects in which mother-of-pearl or ivory is either inlaid or glued on the substrate. There are a variety of types of raden, but each uses some type of shell or ivory in its execution. Raden maki-e pens, often taking … [Read more...] about Pelikan’s New Limited-Edition Pen Is A Work Of Art
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Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Topline When Tesla CEO Elon Musk revived his deal to buy Twitter for $44 billion this week, he called it on Tuesday “an acceleration to creating X, the everything app”—and while the billionaire has not offered many details on his ideas for the application, previous comments suggest he wants to integrate many more services into Twitter and turn it into a “ super app .” Key Facts Musk has previously spoken of his goal to create a super app, which aims to provide users with a wide range of products and services, many of which are unrelated, in one single interface. The term “super app” was first used to describe WeChat, owned by Chinese tech giant Tencent, which has a variety of uses, making it widely popular across China. WeChat and other affiliated mini-apps “connect every facet of life in China” from “hailing a cab, buying groceries, booking a doctor’s appointment, purchasing insurance,” according to an … [Read more...] about If Musk Turns Twitter Into X—His ‘Everything App’ — Here’s What It Might Look Like
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin “...we can generate preferences in older people that resemble younger people when we expand their theoretical time horizons.” — Dr. Laura Carstensen , Professor of Psychology, Stanford University “We can view happiness in at least three ways—as a hedonic state, as a cognitive state, or as a general life philosophy. Happiness, then, can refer to a way of thinking, such as being optimistic; a way of feeling joy, pleasure, relief, or gratitude; or simply a way of being.”— Dr. Nancy Etcoff, Professor of Psychology, Harvard Medical School Last week, a paper I co-authored with the scientists from Deep Longevity , Chinese University of Hong Kong , and Stanford , went viral and was covered in Fortune , Fox News , The Hill , New York Post , The Guardian and many other top-tier international media. In this study, the team used AI to analyze the psychological and biological changes during aging. This was … [Read more...] about Can We Reverse Our Psychological Age And Get Happier At The Same Time Using Artificial Intelligence?
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Gorilla trekking is one of travel's hottest trends, but also the most logistically challenging ... [+] safari. Micato expertly guides customers through the tricky permit process. Larry Olmsted Ten minutes after walking off the plane, I was on my way out of the Nairobi airport. Less than ten minutes later I saw a zebra roadside, my first wildlife of the trip. It was an auspicious beginning to what would be a fantastic trip, especially given that most of my fellow passengers were still back in the airport, waiting in the immigration line. And it would have simply been impossible had I not been traveling with Micato Safaris . Micato was founded in Kenya more than 50 years ago, and is still family owned, run jointly out of headquarters in New York and Nairobi, with substantial satellites in South Africa and India, and smaller offices across Africa. Its founders have brought many millions of dollars in tourism … [Read more...] about The World’s Best Safaris Keep Getting Better: 50 Years Of Excellence