Just seen a beautiful little Grebe on the canal in Utrecht.
Maybe it is because I had already noted a Washington Post piece about "real" food people ignoring the Magnolia cookbook, but I found Grant McCracken's piece about Martha Stewart doing the same so trenchant and also so sad. http://
I got to the cube rule via Andy Baio, who also linked to soup-salad-sandwich-space. It is my duty, however, to point out that to a real topologist, there are only four foods, not six.
Thanks for your thoughts Aaron. You raise an issue that hadn't occurred to me: being able to eat things that you don't get at home because nobody else likes those things. I do that when I'm eating out, even if I'm not alone, but yes, that works too.
I just backed Bokeh: Private, independent, and user-funded photo sharing on @Kickstarter
Fine article on global diets, but lord it is annoying to discover that an image credit is baked into the image. Makes tracking down the original, so that I can give credit if I use it, that much more difficult.
Excellent news. 10Centuries now has a clickable permalink even for brief social status updates.