Saturday Linkages: Bike Racks, Sugary Drinks and . . . CATS!!!!

Krokig £3 bike rack – IKEA Hackers http:// po.st/5YbBHS   One-Day Protected Bike Lane Demos Have Swept America this Summer http:// usa.streetsblog.org/2014/08/14/one -day-protected-bike-lane-demos-have-swept-america-this-summer/#.U-1h4kOtPDc.twitter  … Sugary drinks are hiding under a ‘health halo’ http:// ucanr.edu/blogs/blogcore /postdetail.cfm?postnum=14897  … Architecture meets horses–ACE Center...

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Saturday Linkages: Water Shaming, Scotts and Robot Houses

Smarter urban water: how Denver turned to ridiculing waste http:// gu.com/p/4va3t/tw   Grid-It: Knoll your everyday carry http:// boingboing.net/2014/08/20/gri d-it-knoll-your-edc.html  … In Our Garden: Four Surprising Fruits http:// thehorticult.com/in-our-garden- four-surprising-fruits-that-are-now-in-full-swing/  … Sneak peak of a LIGHT-UP ROBOT-FACE Tree House http:// relaxshacks.blogspot.com/2014/08/sneak- peak-of-light...

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Saturday Linkages: Invaders, Sick Chickens and Adaptive Reuse

Armadillo invaders! More Foreign Invaders: Possums on the Half Shell | Garden Rant http://gardenrant.com/2014/07/more-foreign-invaders-possums-on-the-half-shell.html … Water rationing for farmers? It’s on the horizon http://garynabhan.com/i/archives/2494  When To Isolate A Sick Chicken | HenCam http://hencam.com/henblog/2014/08/when-to-isolate-a-sick-chicken/ … via @terrygolson Can Edible Gardening Reduce Deforestation? – http://go.shr.lc/...

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Saturday Linkages: Life on a Boat, Nature and the Bicycle Lobby

Twenty Eight Feet – Life On A Little Wooden Boat: http://youtu.be/syJXrbWU1Aw  Why Nature Lovers Should Live Apart From Nature http://shar.es/LbYve  Shinrin-yoku: “Forest Bathing” — I’ve always done it, but only now do I find out that it’s a thing in Japan. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forest_bathing … Tracing Sriracha’s Origin to a Seaside Town in Thailand http://www.theatlantic.com/video/index/3749...

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Saturday Linkages: Independence Day Weekend Edition

Fireless cooker via Low Tech Magazine. We insulate our houses, why not our cooking pots? http://www.lowtechmagazine.com/2014/07/cooking-pot-insulation-key-to-sustainable-cooking.html … GIF Gardens: How to (Easily) Animate Your Plant Photos http://disq.us/8j1m1y Never Buy A Rotten Avocado Again http://www.nwedible.com/2012/05/never-buy-a-rotten-avocado-again.html … Why Do We Refrigerate Eggs in the United States? http://www.kce...

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Saturday Linkages: Expensive Grapes, Martha Stewart’s Drones and Sunscreen

Some very expensive grapes. Top-notch Japanese grapes fetch a record $5,400: http://disq.us/8j5pz8 Martha Stewart digs drones via http://boingboing.net/2014/07/10/martha-stewart-digs-drones.html … Lead abatement, a wise economic and public health investment http://www.riskscience.umich.edu/lead-abatement-wise-economic-public-health-investment-report-finds/ … Can using sunscreen increase your risk of dying? http://www.riskscien...

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Saturday Linkages: Dystopian Knitwear, Green Tomatoes and Drought

Great Moments in Dystopian Knitwear http://vult.re/1nJPPwb Animals as the answer to recycling food waste: http://www.notechmagazine.com/2014/07/animals-as-the-answer-to-recycling-food-waste.html … A Food Has an Historic, Objectionable Name. Should We Change It? http://on.natgeo.com/1jFfLsY  How good are we at transportation prediction? http://bit.ly/1sfTRiI Green Tomatoes: Not Just for Frying http://wp.me/p2TfI0-ex Why the mo...

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Saturday Linkages:

The Japanese art of Furoshiki–a way of making packages with a reusable cloth. Via No Tech Magazine. Zero waste shopping in Japan with Furoshiki: http://www.notechmagazine.com/2014/04/furoshiki-zero-waste-shopping-in-japan.html … A solar powered grain grinder: http://www.notechmagazine.com/2014/04/solar-powered-grain-mill.html … Bee Friendly Gardening In The Pacific Northwest http://www.nwedible.com/2014/04/bee-friendly-g...

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Saturday Linkages: Grains, Collapse and Mangoes

A Silver Lake street library. Image: The Eastsider. A really well done free street library: New Little Free Library in Silver Lake seeks book donations http://www.theeastsiderla.com/2014/03/bulletin-board-new-little-free-library-in-silver-lake-seeks-book-donations/ … What if Everything You Knew About Grains Was Wrong? http://shar.es/B37xj  Pot grow light interferes with HAM radio bands: http://www.arrl.org/news/view/arrl-to-fc...

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Saturday Linkages: Holiday Edition

How Children Demanding Play Streets Changed Amsterdam http://feedly.com/e/ejQo__gG Overpriced, useless, or just plain bizarre: an anti-garden gift guide http://gardenrant.com/2013/12/overpriced-useless-or-just-plain-bizarre-an-anti-garden-gift-guide.html … Half Of Supermarket Chicken Harbors Superbugs, Consumer Reports Finds http://huff.to/JKYa1W  Why LA’s local water strategy is like ‘Superman 3′ http://www.scpr.org/news/2...

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