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"Who really wants to keep smelly food scraps in a fly-attracting bucket in their kitchen? That question is what led Gail Loos, a full-time marketer and mother of two, to develop the GreenCycler all-in-one compost shredder and storage system."
(via The Big Bright Green Compost-Eating Machine | Fast Company)

"Who really wants to keep smelly food scraps in a fly-attracting bucket in their kitchen? That question is what led Gail Loos, a full-time marketer and mother of two, to develop the GreenCycler all-in-one compost shredder and storage system."

(via The Big Bright Green Compost-Eating Machine | Fast Company)

Source Fast Company


Most People Use the Web to Talk to People Nearby (via Fast Company)

According to a new study by the Hebrew University in Jerusalem even the Web has developed a reputation as a tool for geo-commerce and penpalling, the main utility has been to increase communications hyper-locally.

The finding puts a new spin on Stanley Milgram’s controversial 1963 hypothesis that every American is connected by roughly six mutual acquaintances.

Apparently, our most-used connections still have more to do with geographic distance than personality, work, politics or other uniting factors.

Interesting!

Source Fast Company