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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)
We’ve been a bit lax the past couple of weeks, so here’s an extra-long weekly round-up for your weekend reading pleasure. Stay cool out there!
- Can’t catch rainwater? Try these tips. (via @waterguru2)
- Why you should hire introverts.
- Chris Heiler has a few suggestions on how to get free PR.
- Advertisers and consumers are getting tired of QR codes. Related.
- How to use elephants to control weeds.
- Learn how to talk to tree guys.
- Brad Johnson on planting weeds for healthy turf.
- Also: Brad’s book is in stores now.
- ASLA releases a guide to designing sustainable sites.
- Above: Why trees are important.
Here’s our round-up of cool stuff from the web. Check it out and have a great weekend. (And call your dad!)
Here’s our weekly digest of cool stuff we found online. Enjoy!
- New invasive plant database for the Midwest.
- Get a taste of Giverny in NYC.
- A new perspective on worker injuries. (via @ValleyCrest)
- Plants that smell you.
- Phoenix housing market rises like a … well.
- Above: Denver-based Swingle Lawn & Tree Care does a great job of producing how-to videos for its customers.
Here’s our weekly collection of fun and educational stuff from the web. Enjoy, and have a great weekend!
- It’s official – warmest spring on record.
- 5 great summer water movies.
- Canada’s pesticide ban means Toronto’s parks ‘going to seed.’
- New research on small business from Bank of America.
- Why you should drink more coffee.
- Above: Manufacturers focus on faster mowers for pros and homeowners alike. (via @OPEInstitute)