Crickets can be ranched in urban settings, in skyrises. They don’t need a large field.
Ranch them close to where they are sold. Cuts down on the cost of distribution.
Using some of the recipes found at completefoods.co and I can get a meal replacement drink with solid macros to around 50¢ a drink. That’s 400 calories.
That’s $2.50 for a 2000 calorie diet.
That’s wholesale, doesn’t take into consideration greater economies of scale!
Crickets are one of the most efficient sources of protein and require very little water and feed in comparison go chickens and beef (measured per gram of protein produced).
I wonder how cheap you could make a meal replacement drink.
Trying to write more. Get better at it.
Started writing 100 to 300 words a day, a short paragraph or two. Only wrote once a week at first, then once every other day.
Wrote about a thousand words today! A page and a half or so!
If I can get up to 2000 words a day, every day, I think I can actually make something!
This song is the story of my life.
I'm thinking of doing a podcast with an InfoSec focus. Would be 15-20min episodes. Debating topics still.
I'm leaning toward a podcast where we talk through various things folks getting into InfoSec would need to know. Grow to include the infinite number of topics out there. Helpful for newbies & experts & leaders. Not just "What is AV" but "Why does AV matter". Periodically bring on experts and vendors to talk about their expertise and dive deeper into specific topics.
So #Signal is supposed to be installed on a smartphone before you can use it on desktop? Unofficially, the desktop version is perfectly capable of creating new accounts. All you need is a number to receive an SMS or voice mail. Here is how.
Oooh! Bash 5.0 update has been released!
@tinker As Quectel, Huawei, SIMCom, ZTE are all Chinese companies, I would try my best to keep myself away from their products for the sake of security and openness.
If you already have a Sixfab Raspberry Pi 3G-4G/LTE Base Shield V2, Sierra Wireless AirPrime MC series (Qualcomm-based, support voice call with newer firmware) seem like a fit.
According to the document below, all the functions you need should be available through USB.
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