Archive for the ‘High Line’ tag
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)
- Alabama legislators consider repealing the state’s controversial immigration law.
- Words of advice from master salesman Ron Popeil.
- Do your customers get the joke?
- What you plant can determine what you can’t.
- How green is your Christmas tree?
- Deer hunters take note: You can win fabulous cash prizes from the Tree Care Industry Foundation for your biggest buck.
- Above: You’ve heard of the High Line. Meet the Low Line – an underground park proposed in a defunct New York City trolley station.
Here’s a round-up of the best stuff our editors have found online this week.
- We’ve written about New York’s High Line park before, but this video and accompanying Google Street View tour are pretty amazing.
- A landscape crew member was killed when he used a mower to try and keep warm.
- Try this list of great interview questions from Seth Godin.
- EPA removes the 40 percent turf restriction from its WaterSense program.
- The GIE+EXPO will be in Louisville until 2018, and won’t have Saturday hours next year. Miss our coverage? Find it all here.