– Sweet Creek Foods has a co-packing cannery that is providing an outlet for farmers with an inventory of less than perfect-looking vegetables. This added value food processing system supports a regional agriculture and helps farms grow their business.
– Mark Bittman arguing to get rid of corn crops for corn syrup and in its stead grow almonds!
– A great interview with Cheryl Strayed, author of Wild. “So it’s up to us, it’s up to our generation, to just not ask for permission. I think that not asking for permission to be human is a really big part of being a fully actualized human. I think with all humility, you should be accountable to your actions. But also that, with that apology, be able to report what your actions were.”
– Inherently grotesque still life photographs by Stephanie Gonot.
– (Virtually) visit Google’s massive data centers.
– Is the death of the inbox inevitable? My inbox gives me panic attacks very morning so this is a sweet song for me. Hootsuite founder Ryan Holmes thinks the solution is to turn email into a conversation via an online platform where people and “departments within a company can post and respond to messages on central discussion threads. Then integrate that with Twitter and Facebook so great ideas can be broadcast.”
– Paddle 8 is hosting the first ever GIF festival to be shown during Art Basel Miami.
– This fridge only opens if you smile.
– An infographic emphasizing the benefits of working from home.
– I’ve got 4 words for you. Trap Her Keep Her.
– OOOOOO Pretty electric bikes by former IDEO engineer. At $3800 I’ll have to save up for a year but after that, it’s a worthy investment.