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Here’s our weekly digest of fun stuff we found online, now with more robots. Have a great weekend.
- Small, once-a-day marketing can be more powerful than a big, one-time only blow-out.
- 4 alternatives to leaving your business to your kids.
- We’ve got some whitepapers on engines, water management and holiday lighting. Check them out.
- The Case-Shiller Home Price Index by metro area.
- Above: With apologies to Lee Majors, the WSJ brings you the peak time for everything.
Here’s our digest of cool stuff that will make you smarter. Enjoy your reading, and we’ll see you Monday.
- A great guide to designing outdoor rooms. (via @belgard)
- The latest research on equipment theft in America.
- The man behind Pinterest.
- ASLA has released a beautiful interactive guide to D.C. parks.
- What West Nile is doing to people in Texas.
- Science has confirmed: Summer was hot.
- Above: 60 years of American economic history in one graph.
Here’s our weekly digest of cool and interesting stuff. Happy reading, and we’ll see you next week!
- It’s now cheaper to buy than rent in America’s top 100 markets.
- See also: Trulia’s 2012 rent vs. buy report.
- New stats on who’s using smartphones.
- Also: New stats on online photo sharing.
- How office park landscapes can reduce water use. (via @BldgOpMgmt)
- Thinking about supermodels.
- Amazon fungi: Making it rain.
- Above: What you need to know about gross margins from the Harvest Group.
Here’s our digest of cool and interesting stuff from the web. Enjoy, and have a great weekend!
Here’s our round-up of the most interesting stuff from the web. Enjoy your long weekend. We’ll see you back here Tuesday.
- Home prices show promise in 20 markets.
- The summer drought’s impact on the Mississippi, from the air.
- Baby busters.
- The best way to share stories on Facebook. (via @BaderRutter)
- 2012 is the worst year for West Nile virus. Ever.
- Millenials are the cheapest generation.
- American homes, while smaller, are still giant.
- Three simple questions that could change the world.
- Above: A brief history of the brief history of viral videos.
Here’s our weekly digest of interesting stuff from the web. Have a great weekend!
- Google offers great benefits, including paying your family after you die.
- Weekend read: “The Art of the Sale.”
- Hipsters continue summer tradition of renting lawns.
- Landscape lighting as high art.
- How not to ask for customer feedback. (via @Bader_Rutter)
- Now this is a fifth room.
- Above: 5 ways to save fuel. (via Wright Mowers)
Here’s your weekend reading list. Enjoy!
- Olympic landscaping.
- Job openings are at their highest levels in four years.
- A dealer on what Tier 4 means to you. (via @johndeere)
- Broadleaf weed primer. (via @fmcturf)
- How to get the most from your home and garden show exhibitions.
- Related: How to work a trade show.
- Above: D&K outlines its quarterly gardning srevices for the southwest.
Here’s our digest of the most interesting stuff for your weekend reading pleasure. Enjoy!
- New research on how plants grow. (via @BatesNursery)
- Success can mean lying to yourself.
- New PLANET safety training you should check out.
- How much we make and what we spend it on.
- Why entrepreneurs (and other creative types) like to hang out together.
- Above: Roger Phelps on how a set of chaps saved his life.
Here’s our weekly digest of cool stuff from the web. Enjoy, and have a great weekend!
- Give this list to your foremen.
- “The complement to the brilliant strategy is the thankless work of lower-leverage detail.“
- A guide to commercial property leasing practices from CBRE.
- An update on trends in outdoor furniture.
- Awesome vertical gardens.
- Above: Linkedin now lets companies use targeted status updates. (via @chris_heiler)
Here’s our round-up for the week.
- How some firms game Yelp reviews.
- 10 largest green roofs worldwide. See also: Our 2011 Green Roof Guide.
- Economic power of top U.S. cities, 1978 to now.
- Learn how to tumblr from Mr. Tumblr himself. Related: Bates Nursery is killing it on Tumblr.
- Above: Living wall installation at the Plaza Hotel in New York. (via @PIAgrows)