Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Reading Round Up: Carnival Splendor Edition
Stranded cruise ship passengers survive on Spam and Pop Tarts until they are towed to shore.
Hydroponics not your thing? Try hydrogel gardening. Here's more about hydrogel technology.
Listen to the Vienna Vegetable Orchestra.
Read about the history of the Slurpee.
First it was Vermont, now NYC gets its own mobile farm stand.
View some canned art at the 18th Annual CANstruction Competition, an international charity competition designed to raise hunger awareness during the Thanksgiving season.
Store your vegetables in a DIY root cellar.
Meet a new generation of lunch ladies.
Huntingon Ranch explores ways to grow food in a city setting. I especially like the food forest idea.
A food hotel in Germany offers the next best thing to sleeping in the supermarket aisle. Uh, ok.
If my garden hose ever breaks down maybe I'll make a basket out of it.
I think this is a sign of the apocalypse: hedge funds team up with personal injury lawyers to make money.
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