when you get a sandwich in Sydney, after theyre done filling it they ask you "would you like salt and pepper?" just like that in London I've noticed a couple of places they ask you "would you like some lemon juice?" yep, in the sandwich.. Did I try it? - yes. Do i recommend it? - not really.
The world — by which of course I mean tech “journalists” who earn a living making the Valley feel like it deserves reportage — seems to care about Google Glass, the idiotic new wearable computer from Mountain View.
In his project, “Until the Kingdom Comes,” Simen Johan creates and photographs animals living in harsh, confused, and climate-disrupted landscapes. His work, on display through Feb. 17 at David Winton Bell Gallery, in Providence, R.I., is a magnificent display of these shifting environments.*
Not only am I extremely impressed with the book - Life of Pi. I enjoyed watching the film last weekend on the big screen too. I had serious doubts any director would do justice to the awesome descriptive narrative that is, the book.
Coke’s recipe wasn’t the only thing influenced by white supremacy: through the 1920s and ’30s, it studiously ignored the African-American market. Promotional material appeared in segregated locations that served both races, but rarely in those that catered to African-Americans alone.
Meanwhile Pepsi, the country’s second largest soft drink company, had tried to fight Coke by selling its sweeter product in a larger bottle for the same price. Still behind in 1940, Pepsi’s liberal chief executive, Walter S. Mack, tried a new approach: he hired a team of 12 African-American men to create a “negro markets” department. (excerpt)Read more.
- Fascinating article exploring race, cocaine and cola wars.
I love my coffee and I always buy full cream milk. But I figured I’m on the wrong side of 30 and might as well try to eat healthier.
So I got the 2% fat milk very apprehensively. The taste is surprisingly similar to “real” milk. I was wondering is it even worth switching for only 1.3% less fat that “real” milk? I’m not sure 1.3% less fat in a cup of Piccolo makes much difference. Not like im ODing on milk.