The Chandler, AZ SpringHill Suites has both the Gideons’ Holy Bible and The Book of Mormon in the desk drawer. How about they place a copy of The God Delusion in each room instead?
A few years ago, Charles Fishman wrote a fantastic article on Whole Foods for Fast Company. There’s a lot of information on and insight into their philosophy and business practice. I want to draw your attention to one thing: Each store had a book in the office that listed the pay of every employee for […]
You may have heard the old phrase “…like a fish needs a bicycle to describe something ridiculous. I’m proposing a new meme — write it on your blog or LJ and link back here: come up with the best simile you can for something, well, completely ridiculous. Totally implausible. Not gonna happen. Here’s mine: …like […]
Happy Canada Day, everyone! In honour of this, I’ll share a few facts about Canada. Here’s the first one: Most Americans don’t know Canada is their biggest oil supplier: A new poll suggests that only a tiny minority of Americans — four per cent — know that Canada is the largest supplier of crude oil […]
British girl describes (in hilarious manner) her (mis)adventures. Stoeis include how to travel by coach, avoid “religious nutters,” and what to do when approached by women carrying clipboards. read more | digg story
Last year, I put together a web site that generates schedules for the Ice Oasis hockey leagues. This worked well up until a month or so ago. Then this started happening:
ISO 3103, the international standard for brewing tea.
A lot of the smart, interesting people I’ve met lately have come frm Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU and the School of Information at UC Berkeley. What other interesting information- and design-focused grad schools are out there? Update: Symbolic Systems at Stanford.
Heather and I spotted this on the way out of the hockey arena in Yerba Buena in San Francisco.