Excited about OpenIDEO’s next challenge:
Anonymous sources say that cattle with eye cancer were slaughtered at the California plant.
New children’s book that highlights Julia Child’s life and in the kitchen through whimsical illustrations.
More on the book from Brain Pickings
Cows literally Jump for Joy After Being Freed from a Dairy Farm into an Open Field Again
Winners announced January 28th.
Populations across the continent are experiencing a sharp decline, and the exact cause is a mystery. But there is a common thread among possible factors: climate change.
Clean-up, aisle three! Not all stores are pulling salmonella-carrying chicken.
Healthy and fulfilling meal after yoga. Mediterranean platter filled with beets, lentils and bulgar, jerusalem salad, veggies and chickpeas from Black Iris in Fort Greene.
Delicious meals at Millennium in San Francisco. They usually have seasonal and rotating menus. Their non-alcohol drinks are yummy as well. Highly recommend!
New York Times Op-Ed: “But in the end, health is just a byproduct of learning to cook. You could argue that cooking is the activity that most defines us as humans.”
“The only way to protect your children and grandchildren is by NOT EATING SEAFOOD from the Pacific Ocean until we have better information,” Stamper warns.
i’m excited to share my piece for the Huffington Post Social Impact blog here about my experience on the Ending Atrocities Tech Challenge!
Developing a deep level of empathy is important when designing for others on any project, but it felt even more so for this challenge. It was also important to understand the needs of aid organizations and the people on the ground working to help.