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Post image for Urban Composting With the Urbalive Worm Farm

Composting in the city is starting to catch on but apartment dwellers usually toss their food scraps in the communal composting bins. What if you could do your own composting for your little garden on your balcony or patio? The Worm Farm by Urbalive is an awesome little indoor kit for composting your kitchen bio waste with red worms (Lumbricus rubellus) and red wigglers (Eisenia fetida). Read More →

Ditch the Paper with Typeform

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A couple of years ago, my wife and I started a small restaurant. Our place is nothing fancy; we serve up burgers, salads, and sandwiches – a lunch and dinner kind of joint. It’s low-key and full of locals who have become beloved regulars. Read More →

Post image for QuikStand by Nite Ize – Compact Enough To Fit In Your Wallet

It seems like our lives revolve around gadgets and things. It’s silly really but that’s just the way society is today. I’m trying to phase that materialistic stuff out of my life but they keep knocking at my door. The QuikStand by Nite Ize is just an example. Something completely unnecessary but still very handy at times. What makes it great is that it is compact enough to fit in your wallet so you’ll always have it in “times of need”.  Read More →

Post image for How Attractive Sunglasses Do More Than Improve Your Style

Nothing makes a guy look more hip than a pair of sunglasses. Just think of Neo in The Matrix. Michael Knight in Knight Rider. The Blues Brothers! Read More →

Post image for A Marriage Proposal with Something Old and Something New

If any of you guys are thinking of proposing, I’m hoping this article might provide you with some inspiration. Lord knows I could have used some when I proposed to my then-girlfriend last year. Read More →

Post image for Why Hiring a Idaho Personal Injury Lawyer Is a Must After a Cycling Accident

I’m lucky enough to live in a place where I can bike pretty much everywhere I need to go. This saves me all kinds of money, from the cost of owning a car to buying fuel. It’s eco-friendly, and it’s also waistline-friendly, since it’s one of the main ways I get exercise. My bike is my travel buddy, and until last year, I had owned the same one that I’d ridden all around my college campus starting from my freshman year. Read More →

Post image for Sony Contact Lenses – The Future is Creepy

We are living in a very strange world at the moment. A mysterious transformation has taken place over the past 120 years or so. The industrial revolution paved the way for a technological revolution and a branch of the technological revolution is the digital revolution. Before you know it, even paper money will be phased out and we might end up using a universal digital currency so the enslavement of mankind can continue. Some people look forward to that day although I personally think that’s a terrible idea. Advancements in technology are occurring at an extremely fast pace and an example of this is the patent Sony has been awarded to record videos via contact lenses. Read More →

Is VR the Future of Sports Betting?

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Years ago, we dreamed of a world where virtual reality (VR) technology was available to anyone, making games and movies an interactive experience. VR wouldn’t be limited to scientists or computer programmers experimenting in labs, but would be something that people could enjoy at home. Read More →