Tourism Creates a Speed Bump for Remote... →
Not long ago, he added, a tagged marmot climbed into a car parked near the laboratory and turned up at a gas station in the Denver suburb of Aurora, some 250 miles away — an extreme example of what he called “car dispersal” of marmots in and out of the laboratory grounds.
Slow Money →
We have, of late, begun to get religion about carbon in the atmosphere. We have begun to pour venture capital into clean tech, searching for ways to maintain our lifestyles and grow the economy, while dramatically reducing our ecological footprint. This vision of ecological footprint is, in a great many respects, a mechanical one, asking only: How can we design new machines that work more cleanly?
Talking to the God of 'Spore' :: Entertainment ::... →
Privnote - send notes that will self-destruct... →
George F. Will - Survival of the Sudsiest -... →
Op-Ed Columnist - Gail Collins - Obama’s... →
good counter to the “obama is faking to the right” perspective
Ruling finds Japanese man died from overwork -... →
My boots. Your Benefit. →
good piece about craftsmanship
iPhone Jonny: world's first iPhone 3G owner (in... →
obsessives and cultists of this sort make me smile
Dear Barack: Baby, Come Back →
Steampunk convention. In San Francisco, where... →
I have half a mind to attend.
What I Wish Id Done Differently - Caring for... →
Talking Business - On Day Care, Google Makes a... →
TOYOTA OPEN ROAD BLOG: How to Save Fuel: Some... →
Toyota says “buy a Tundra, then ride a bike” which is better (for the world) than the Chrysler strategy of subsidizing your fuel consumption through guaranteed $3 per gallon gas
Design for the World →
Polite, Pertinent, and... Pretty: Designing for... →
Starbucks to Close 500 More U.S. Stores -... →
Obama Wants to Expand Role of Religious Groups -... →
want a little pandering, anyone?