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  1. Simply Chocolate

    Simply Chocolate is a danish factory based in Copenhagen that produces handmade chocolate bars with natural ingredients. Salty Fred, Dark Marci or Grainy Sue — which is your favourite?

    Business
  2. Culinary Backstreets

    Culinary Backstreets positions itself as “the global guide to local eats,” offering city guides, food tours, and stories on off-the-beaten-path eating destinations from Tokyo to Tbilisi.

    Business
  3. Artificial Intelligence Will Do What We Ask. That’s a Problem.

    By teaching machines to understand our true desires, one scientist hopes to avoid the potentially disastrous consequences of having them do what we command.

    Business
  4. 1,000 True Fans? Try 100.

    “I believe that creators need to amass only 100 True Fans—not 1,000—paying them $1,000 a year, not $100.” On the blog of Andreessen Horowitz, Li Jin explains how today’s creators can effectively make more money off of fewer fans.

    Business
    Photo by Lex Photography / Pexels
  5. This female founder is equity crowdfunding her cannabis company

    The team at hey hello high interviews cannabis entrepreneur Jane West: “Venture capital in the cannabis industry is just so predatory. It’s very Caucasian male-dominated, and it’s not a friendly place for new businesses.”

    Business
  6. PatangDori.com: Let’s Go Fight A Kite!

    February 8 is National Kite Flying Day in the US, and we are celebrating our love of kites by showcasing PatangDori.com, purveyor of fighter kites!

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  7. Kate Pearce Vintage

    On Kate Pearce’s website, the vintage-obsessed interior stylist shares design and social media tips, sells a selection of carefully curated items, and offers generous doses of visual inspiration.

    Business
  8. Runway Girl Network

    Runway Girl Network is a buzzing hub where a group of diverse aviation journalists share news, insight, and analysis for travelers and industry professionals alike.

    Business
  9. In the Age of Social Media Self-Promotion, Do Creatives Still Need Personal Websites?

    “You have freedom and control with your website. It stands out far more than a 3 x 3 grid of expandable pictures.” Professionals in the design industry discuss the pros and cons of a website in the age of Instagram.

    Business
  10. Building a Dream Community: Daybreaker and Its Inclusive Global Dance Floor

    Social entrepreneur Radha Agrawal launched a morning dance party, Daybreaker, that celebrates wellness, self-expression, and inclusion.

    Business
    Photograph by Scout Lab
  11. Animalcouriers

    “We were pleased to have little canary Paris onboard for company during the journey from the UK to Greece.” Don’t want to leave your best friend behind? Animalcouriers can move your animals worldwide by air and by road through Europe — and keep you up to date on their travels on their blog!

    Animals
  12. Society and Space

    Scholars from the U.S. and Canada collaborate on a peer-reviewed journal and this companion website examining the social struggles over access to and control of space, place, territory, region, and resources.

    Academia
  13. Planted Table: A Sustainable Way to Deliver Delicious Vegan Meals

    Two sisters wanted to make it easier for busy families to eat tasty plant-based meals. So they launched a zero-waste vegan delivery service called Planted Table.

    Business
    Photo of Planted Table founders Megan Scott and Lauren Mahlke by Drew Bird.
  14. HeyMama: Building a Community of Working Mothers

    Through HeyMama, Amri Kibbler and Katya Libin have created a community of career-driven mothers.

    Business
    Photography courtesy of HeyMama.
  15. Earn Money on Your Site with Ongoing Subscriptions, Monthly Donations, and More

    Now you can collect ongoing donations, membership and subscription payments, and more on WordPress.com.

    Business
    Photo by Anthony Delanoix