Might just come in handy someday. :)
Link: Shaun White for Target
I really like the proliferation of affordable, stylish clothing of late. Steve and Barry’s is my latest discovery, courtesy of Dawn. Most of their stuff is quite well made, and very affordably priced, as is most of the designer-labeled stuff at Target, from what I’ve seen.
A mysterious Mac Specialist offers seven tips on various aspects of an Apple Store visit, including iPod repairs, returns, product releases, and customer satisfaction.
Little House on a Small Planet: Simple Homes, Cozy Retreats, and Energy Efficient Possibilities
The book looks very interesting, and seems worth buying from the authors rather than Amazon.
At O’Reilly, we have a motto: “Create more value than you capture.” It’s a wise motto for companies far bigger than we are to adopt. If you do that, you ensure a healthy ecosystem. If you capture more value than you create, watch out, because stagnation is on the way.
Amazon has, so far, created huge value for the publishing ecosystem. Now, as they become more powerful, they need to be especially watchful that they don’t irreparably damage an industry on which they too depend.
A smaller yet sufficient ICE functioning as a generator to keep batteries charged (and passengers heated) after the grid-supplied power has been depleted would be less expensive, less gasoline-consuming, and less polluting. For a significant share of the new car market, less has already become the new more. […] With a year and a half wait time for a Smart car at one California Smart dealer, the writing may be on the wall.
Link: Help Remedies
Man, I hope these guys succeed, and have a large influence. The medical field needs a serious ecological wake-up call. Not to mention, this shit is just cool!
Link: Adorable Kitten Capacity
A much more useful way to describe the size of a bag…