Archive for the ‘Austin Outdoor’ tag
Here’s our round-up of the most interesting (and mostly tree-related) stuff from the web this week. Enjoy!
- The world’s oldest trees are disappearing.
- Related: A map of the world’s oldest trees.
- NatGeo sends its photographers to document research on the President in Sequoia National Park.
- Damage to the NYBG from Superstorm Sandy.
- One non-tree thing: Asking great questions.
- Above: Time-lapse of fall in Central Park.
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.
Here’s our weekly update on cool stuff we found online. Enjoy, and have a great weekend!
- NPR gets really NPR-y with a story on how sound can impact plants.
- Which metro areas in the U.S. are recovering fastest. (via @UrbanLandInst)
- An apples-to-apples spreadsheet for your favorite property manager or HOA.
- Seth Godin makes the case for follow-up calls.
- A new international competition will award 15,000 Euros to the best sustainable landscape design. (via The Dirt)
- Above: Chris Heiler and our own Carolyn LaWell discuss the changes Facebook made this week and what they mean to small business owners.
Here’s our weekly digest of cool and interesting stuff from the web. Enjoy!
- Seth Godin on why we lie to salespeople.
- Don’t lists from landscapers around the country. (via @EdenMaker)
- Business ratios to track.
- How many plants do you need? Try the landscape calculator. (via Austin Outdoor)
- On your competition.
- Rebuilding the forest in Forest Lawn. (via @jasoncupp)
- D.C. cherry trees turn 100 years old. (via @ISArboriculture)
- Above: Casey Trees plants 30 trees at the Smithsonian National Zoo.
Here’s our weekly digest of interesting and informative stuff from the internet. Dig in, and have a great weekend!
- “A wall made of animals.” Why you need a good schedule, not just a great design.
- 30,000-year-old plants from the Russian permafrost.
- Chris Heiler on how to do SEO.
- A great discussion on gas prices at our Linkedin group.
- Good, short piece from Jason Cupp on customers.
- Abbot and Costello explain unemployment figures.
- Above: The first in a series of top landscape mistakes from Austin Outdoor.