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Finishing: A Tisket, A Tasket, Part 7

The bag dried nicely, quickly and with the shape I wanted. Some texture remains, but, as I expected, not much of the basket weave is obvious because the Andes yarn does felt densely. 124 more words


Under the sea (submarine cables)

If you’ve ever wondered how data gets from one continent to another on a terrestrial level, the Submarine Cable Maps site is a pretty good roadmap. 114 more words

Techie Stuff

Google acquired Athena Wireless in February, likely to bolster Fiber and MVNO ambitions

Google finalized a deal to acquire Surprise, Arizona startup Athena Wireless Communications in February of this year, according to reports. The company has been around for several years and has spent that time building wireless LTE and small cell technologies—that can move data at gigabit Fiber-like speeds. 254 more words


A perfect stack of pancakes.

Aren’t pancakes just the most perfect, iconic breakfast food? In all their fluffy, cakey, maple syrup soaked glory, they’re pretty wonderful to wake up to. Of course your traditional flapjack encompasses all these wonderful qualities, but is less than stellar from a nutrition perspective. 463 more words

Turkey Sausage & Kale Breakfast

Did you know? One serving of kale has more calcium than 6 ounces of milk and more fiber than 3 slices of whole wheat bread. … 21 more words

Horseradish: from Europe with spice

The Horseradish (Armoracia rusticana) is a perennial plant arbacea, originating from Eastern Europe, of which you use the fresh root for the preparation of sauces. 155 more words


Is Isagenix for real?

I did some research before I embarked on this journey.  I bought the products.  I’ve already seen results.  Then I did more research.  I think I am pretty much well-versed in the “crap” that is in Isagenix.  692 more words