Archive for the ‘video’ tag
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)
The folks who make up the Colorado association – both on the administrative side and the member companies – are top notch.
Congrats, again, to ALCC on 50 years.
The Fourth of July means different things to everyone. For Brian, who is inherently distrustful of fireworks, the holiday is for grilling out and enjoying the musical stylings of America’s greatest rock and roll band.
And while I certainly love a good cookout, for me, the holiday really centers on blowing stuff up.
nerdier more scientific among you, the above video features John A. Conkling, Ph.D., author of “The Chemistry of Pyrotechnics, Basic Principles and Theory.” Here, he outlines the chemistry behind our favorite rockets.
And that’s what’s so wonderful about today, and what’s so worth celebrating. We have the freedom to celebrate our independence in whatever way we choose. Brian gets his Van Halen, I get my Roman candles.
So, however you celebrate today, please have a safe and happy holiday. We’ll be back tomorrow with our regularly scheduled programming.
Here’s our round-up of cool stuff from the web. Check it out and have a great weekend. (And call your dad!)
When you do many things at once (which, technically, is impossible), your brain tricks you into thinking you’re doing them all well. But Sherry Turkle, author of “Alone Together,” explains that trying to multitask actually makes you less productive.
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)
Here’s our latest digest of educational, informative and interesting stories from the web. Enjoy!
- How colors make us buy.
- 2011 foreclosures at lowest rate since 2007.
- Don’t just work harder. Work harder on the right things.
- The Oracle of Omaha could (but probably won’t) buy John Deere.
- Leadership lessons from Genghis Khan.
- Write better press releases.
- Above: Marshall Horsman, technical manager for Harrell’s, on how to best fertilize palms.
Here’s our weekly digest of interesting stuff from the internet. Have a great weekend. (And call your mom.)