davidmcphisto:

Me at least once a day

My life in finance

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foxsoccer:

Gotta stay loose

How I prep to kill the club.

foxsoccer:

Gotta stay loose

How I prep to kill the club.

papermagazine:

Glug glug glug glug Monday.

Just Monday.

papermagazine:

Glug glug glug glug Monday.

Just Monday.

YES. New DIY project that u suspect will go horribly wrong…

YES. New DIY project that u suspect will go horribly wrong…

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jtotheizzoe:

generalelectric:

Pictured above is the world’s largest indoor farm illuminated by LEDs, which opened this month in Japan. Inside, 18 cultivation racks reach 15 levels high, and are outfitted with 17,500 GE LED light fixtures developed specifically for this facility. The indoor farm can grow lettuce two-and-a-half times faster than an outdoor farm, and is already producing 10,000 heads of it per day. Read more about this breakthrough in modern farming at GE Reports.   

Can you imagine showing this to a farmer who was alive and planting just 50 years ago? They’d think we were space aliens.

The future is here. Or, at least, in Japan. jtotheizzoe:

generalelectric:

Pictured above is the world’s largest indoor farm illuminated by LEDs, which opened this month in Japan. Inside, 18 cultivation racks reach 15 levels high, and are outfitted with 17,500 GE LED light fixtures developed specifically for this facility. The indoor farm can grow lettuce two-and-a-half times faster than an outdoor farm, and is already producing 10,000 heads of it per day. Read more about this breakthrough in modern farming at GE Reports.   

Can you imagine showing this to a farmer who was alive and planting just 50 years ago? They’d think we were space aliens.

The future is here. Or, at least, in Japan. jtotheizzoe:

generalelectric:

Pictured above is the world’s largest indoor farm illuminated by LEDs, which opened this month in Japan. Inside, 18 cultivation racks reach 15 levels high, and are outfitted with 17,500 GE LED light fixtures developed specifically for this facility. The indoor farm can grow lettuce two-and-a-half times faster than an outdoor farm, and is already producing 10,000 heads of it per day. Read more about this breakthrough in modern farming at GE Reports.   

Can you imagine showing this to a farmer who was alive and planting just 50 years ago? They’d think we were space aliens.

The future is here. Or, at least, in Japan.

jtotheizzoe:

generalelectric:

Pictured above is the world’s largest indoor farm illuminated by LEDs, which opened this month in Japan. Inside, 18 cultivation racks reach 15 levels high, and are outfitted with 17,500 GE LED light fixtures developed specifically for this facility. The indoor farm can grow lettuce two-and-a-half times faster than an outdoor farm, and is already producing 10,000 heads of it per day. Read more about this breakthrough in modern farming at GE Reports.   

Can you imagine showing this to a farmer who was alive and planting just 50 years ago? They’d think we were space aliens.

The future is here. Or, at least, in Japan.

(via fastcompany)

fastcompany:

Wikipedia cites “persistent disruptive editing” from computers at the House of Representatives.

God what a shitshow

foxsoccer:

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Cristiano Ronaldo goes by many names: CR7, Ronnie, the “Sultan of the Stepover,” or simply Cristiano. As the reigning Ballon d’Or winner, “best player in the world” works too.

Now, you can add “Young Money Cash Money Billionaire” to the list.

According to TMZ,…

LOL.

The little Vespa that could

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lavendersummers:

ttnpt:

Street views of Europe pt 1 Paris, Annecy, Lyon, Rome, Verona, Venice, Burano, Vienna, Budapest

Oh I love this.

Dammit. Sigh, I miss you Europe. lavendersummers:

ttnpt:

Street views of Europe pt 1 Paris, Annecy, Lyon, Rome, Verona, Venice, Burano, Vienna, Budapest

Oh I love this.

Dammit. Sigh, I miss you Europe. lavendersummers:

ttnpt:

Street views of Europe pt 1 Paris, Annecy, Lyon, Rome, Verona, Venice, Burano, Vienna, Budapest

Oh I love this.

Dammit. Sigh, I miss you Europe. lavendersummers:

ttnpt:

Street views of Europe pt 1 Paris, Annecy, Lyon, Rome, Verona, Venice, Burano, Vienna, Budapest

Oh I love this.

Dammit. Sigh, I miss you Europe. lavendersummers:

ttnpt:

Street views of Europe pt 1 Paris, Annecy, Lyon, Rome, Verona, Venice, Burano, Vienna, Budapest

Oh I love this.

Dammit. Sigh, I miss you Europe. lavendersummers:

ttnpt:

Street views of Europe pt 1 Paris, Annecy, Lyon, Rome, Verona, Venice, Burano, Vienna, Budapest

Oh I love this.

Dammit. Sigh, I miss you Europe. lavendersummers:

ttnpt:

Street views of Europe pt 1 Paris, Annecy, Lyon, Rome, Verona, Venice, Burano, Vienna, Budapest

Oh I love this.

Dammit. Sigh, I miss you Europe. lavendersummers:

ttnpt:

Street views of Europe pt 1 Paris, Annecy, Lyon, Rome, Verona, Venice, Burano, Vienna, Budapest

Oh I love this.

Dammit. Sigh, I miss you Europe. lavendersummers:

ttnpt:

Street views of Europe pt 1 Paris, Annecy, Lyon, Rome, Verona, Venice, Burano, Vienna, Budapest

Oh I love this.

Dammit. Sigh, I miss you Europe.

lavendersummers:

ttnpt:

Street views of Europe pt 1
Paris, Annecy, Lyon, Rome, Verona, Venice, Burano, Vienna, Budapest

Oh I love this.

Dammit. Sigh, I miss you Europe.

fastcompany:

theenergyissue:

The Dumpster Project: Creating One of the Most Sustainable Tiny Homes
Jeff Wilson, an environmental professor at Huston-Tillotson University in Austin, Texas, has been living in a dumpster on campus for the past four months. The 33-sq-ft space, only 1% the size of the average American home, is in the first phase of a project to test the possibilities of sustainable and “tiny” living. Currently outfitted to match the poor energy performance of a typical American house, it will soon be retrofitted with all sustainable features, including solar panels and a “cutting-edge eco toilet.” The project is currently seeking additional funding through Kickstarter. 

The oddity of the dumpster house has drawn in an audience that otherwise probably would not be talking about sustainable design. He was featured on a recent episode of a conservative radio show, for instance. Though the hosts opened the show by framing Wilson as “a hipster who’s had too many PBRs,” they ended up expressing support for the project.
“How many times do you get a conservative talk show saying they love a project that has undercurrents of sustainability?” Wilson asks. “They wouldn’t have even called me if I wasn’t living in a dumpster.” Read More>

Holy crap! Powers for good. fastcompany:

theenergyissue:

The Dumpster Project: Creating One of the Most Sustainable Tiny Homes
Jeff Wilson, an environmental professor at Huston-Tillotson University in Austin, Texas, has been living in a dumpster on campus for the past four months. The 33-sq-ft space, only 1% the size of the average American home, is in the first phase of a project to test the possibilities of sustainable and “tiny” living. Currently outfitted to match the poor energy performance of a typical American house, it will soon be retrofitted with all sustainable features, including solar panels and a “cutting-edge eco toilet.” The project is currently seeking additional funding through Kickstarter. 

The oddity of the dumpster house has drawn in an audience that otherwise probably would not be talking about sustainable design. He was featured on a recent episode of a conservative radio show, for instance. Though the hosts opened the show by framing Wilson as “a hipster who’s had too many PBRs,” they ended up expressing support for the project.
“How many times do you get a conservative talk show saying they love a project that has undercurrents of sustainability?” Wilson asks. “They wouldn’t have even called me if I wasn’t living in a dumpster.” Read More>

Holy crap! Powers for good.

fastcompany:

theenergyissue:

The Dumpster Project: Creating One of the Most Sustainable Tiny Homes

Jeff Wilson, an environmental professor at Huston-Tillotson University in Austin, Texas, has been living in a dumpster on campus for the past four months. The 33-sq-ft space, only 1% the size of the average American home, is in the first phase of a project to test the possibilities of sustainable and “tiny” living. Currently outfitted to match the poor energy performance of a typical American house, it will soon be retrofitted with all sustainable features, including solar panels and a “cutting-edge eco toilet.” The project is currently seeking additional funding through Kickstarter

The oddity of the dumpster house has drawn in an audience that otherwise probably would not be talking about sustainable design. He was featured on a recent episode of a conservative radio show, for instance. Though the hosts opened the show by framing Wilson as “a hipster who’s had too many PBRs,” they ended up expressing support for the project.

“How many times do you get a conservative talk show saying they love a project that has undercurrents of sustainability?” Wilson asks. “They wouldn’t have even called me if I wasn’t living in a dumpster.” Read More>

Holy crap! Powers for good.