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Here’s our weekly list of cool and otherwise interesting things from the web. I’ll be out next week for the Thanksgiving holiday, so look for more updates after. Enjoy!
- A guide for commercial property owners and managers on the new EPA WaterSense program, and how it can save them water.
- Related: Water savings ad campaign in Denver uses naked people to get its point across. (via the Water Bloggers)
- Deer now vectors for malaria-like disease in New England.
- Sales training for California contractors.
- Landscape lighting to the max.
- Finally, some logical news from Canada’s Left Coast.
- Lessons on Lincoln’s leadership.
- Above: The third issue of MOWmentum is live now in iTunes and on Google Play. Check it out today.
Here’s our collection of interesting things we found on the internet this week. Enjoy, and have a great weekend.
- A visual guide to American employee tenure.
- Demand for water will outstrip supply by 2030. (via @H2Otrends)
- 40 things to say before you die. (via @joecalloway)
- Long read: Flowers in the psych ward.
- New report: Home prices up in many markets.
- Where do multimillionaires live?
- Above: 9 things you can do to stay in the black this year.
Here’s our weekly digest of cool stuff from the web. Enjoy!
- Tips on helping landscapes recover from flooding.
- Zero-turns on Dancing with the Stars. That is all.
- Very cool program for Spanish speakers in the Denver area. (via CoCal Landscape)
- Best and worst vehicles for insurance claims and injuries.
- Brooklyn’s Weeping Elm.
- Above: Next time your in Vegas, call up Zappos. They’ll pick you up for a free tour of their new HQ.
Here’s our weekly digest of interesting and useful links from around the web. Enjoy, and have a great weekend!
- Retail spending is slow, but people are still spending.
- 50 years of LED tech. (via @Carolyn LaWell)
- Related: Reflecting pool at the Lincoln Memorial drained due to algae invasion.
- Science makes it true: To be more productive, watch cat videos on the internet.
- London wants its own High Line, but underground.
- Above: Water rates are going up. They won’t stop. (via CLCA)
Here’s our weekly digest of fun and interesting stuff from the world of the web. Enjoy, and have a great weekend!
- Property managers have the happiest jobs in America. (via @austinoutdoor)
- Related: Surprising (to some) six-figure jobs.
- ValleyCrest channels L. Frank Baum in Los Angeles.
- Housing reports are too sunny. (via @jasoncupp)
- How to store hand-held equipment.
- How Americans are distributed around Starbucks.
- Above: Rick Brandenberg: Turf, bugs and rock and roll at NCSU.
- What’s college for if not pranking the administration with bat guano?
- “Biomechanical trebuchets.” (via: New York Botanical Garden’s Tumblr)
- 4 leading botanical gardens to create first online catalog of all plants. (via @BatesNursery)
- Why efficiency won’t solve our water problems. (via @waterguru2)
- How to: reboot a terrible voicemail. (via @jasoncupp)
- Above: Environmental Business Award winner Mark Halla explains why and how he built a wind turbine at his Minnesota headquarters.
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!