Dig this chandelier made of bic pens.
I knew it! They read my emails while I'm away.
Great new online magazine for green living. Love their Holiday Gifts countdown. Check them out.
I can go on for days about how great bamboo is for the environment and how wonderful they are to wear, but this company has another added value to their clothing line. Their clothes are made in Afrida. Their motto is "Africa needs trade not aid."
I'm not sure about the big picture of it all, but I really like that motto.
I love the simplicity of these flatware pieces.
It really is an odd liquid... Does everything!
Design Within Reach recently launched their blog. I'm glad they took to a more casual, yet smart, voice. They cover trends and designs outside the DWR world as well, which also gets thumbs up.
Great ad campaign.
Surprisingly good. Some great reads and some funny stuff.
Every once in a while I check this site and find something profound and great. I love this card because it is exactly my experience growing up in an Asian family. One B and six A's. You will never hear the end of that one B.
There's something sad about this, yet I smile looking at it. I guess this is better than cheating.
Some unexpected and lovely posts. Thank you for sharing.
Instead of squeaky sound, this one lets you record your own voice. This is going to be the best toy ever. I can't wait to try it out. Hmm. What to say... Can't wait, can't wait.
Makes me think of the Jesus Lizard in Costa Rica. Fabulous.
What a great service for the Bay Area. Free books and videos, discounted composters, and free workshops.
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I always forget to list this movie as a favorite. Some of the scenes are so amazingly beautiful, it felt like a walk through an art gallery about Vietnam. Some images are so moving, like when the refugees rush towards land. They see gold, and we see the liter. Great creative execution expressing a point that is of personal value to me.
The name and homepage is a little bit 'in your face' considering the well intended message, but I still appreciate their efforts to promote sustainable gardening by use of native landscaping.
America Recycles Day is November 15.