First cold brew of the year. (at La Colombe Torrefaction)
Neil deGrasse Tyson: Living and Longevity (by bigthink)
Impressions of a Chromebook
I’ve been using the Samsung Chromebook as my primary computer for the past few months. My past self (who has never owned a non-Apple laptop) would probably be appalled at this statement, but I’m really enjoying the experience of living in the Chrome OS.
It definitely took a little while to get used to, but once I took the dive (and also took advantage of the increasingly great Chrome extensions), I found that there were fewer and fewer instances where I missed my MacBook Air.
If you’re looking for a new laptop and don’t want to spend a lot of money, I can guarantee that you’re not going to find a better device for $250.
Don’t be scared. Embrace the cloud. It’s great.
“The hotel is full, but I’ll see if I can work out a spooning arrangement for you.” (via The New Yorker)
‘Medals and decorations’ may be worn.
|—||Dress code for Margaret Thatcher’s funeral|
Gordon Ramsay: How to Chop an Onion
Recently, i learned how to properly cut an onion.
This has changed my cooking life.
Tamar and I don’t have a lot of traditions, but one that we’ve started is reading our “Brit Ahuvim”(Lover’s Covenant) every year on our anniversary. The “Brit” can be seen in Tamar’s hands in the above photo.
Design credit for the “Brit Ahuvim” goes to our friend and amazingly talented artist Aliza Boyer.
This is pretty great. .
Google Street View Hyperlapse - I’ve long wanted to build something with Google Street View data, but would have never come up with anything this awesome.