I recently got a Google Cardboard kit (an inexpensive virtual reality kit that can be used with your smartphone) and have been looking to make some content for it. Inspired by the Orbulus App, which has a cool art studio view, I asked my friend, artist Rachel Rubenstein, if I could use her studio to make a similar view. I made a Photo Sphere of the studio which you can see below:
These 10 infographics about food are perfect to hang on cabinet doors and refrigerators. It reminds you of how long food will last, how to measure it, and a whole lot more.
I found the Bluapple Produce Saver after looking for a way to preserve produce longer than usual. I tested this out with my neighbor and he noticed great results with this and decided he wanted his own as well as it did help save a lot of the groceries he was buying.
I ran into this article about how journalism’s high point was Watergate but how in this new data driven age, journalism needs to be better prepared to handle information glut and expose the next Enron:
The press earned its stripes covering a scandal about which information was scarce. The press lost its stripes covering a scandal about which information was plentiful.
The plenitude of information, not its scarcity, defines the world we live in now. And journalism must change to accommodate that fact.
If you think of it, the whole system of public education around the world is a protracted process of university entrance. And the consequence is that many highly talented, brilliant, creative people think they’re not, because the thing they were good at at school wasn’t valued, or was actually stigmatized. And I think we can’t afford to go on that way. – Sir Ken Robinson
This video is one of the first to make me rethink the education system I was raised with.
Mark Cuban: “Invest in yourself. Do the things that can get you closer to your goals and dreams. It wont come from a brokerage commercial. It will come from preparing yourself , working hard and standing apart from your competition. You Inc is the best stock you can ever buy…if you are willing to do the work.” – from My Investment advice for 2006