A cold day in April was the perfect time to seek some warmth in the Smith College greenhouses.
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year 2013!
I sincerely hope this post finds you all happy and healthy. Enjoy your holidays (whatever you celebrate and wherever you are) and any time off that you can spend with your family. I wish you all a successful new year and all the best for your future endeavors. It remains to be seen whether politicians […] Read more..
I Vote Using Adsense!
I was reasonably shocked in 2012 when I saw an “Elect Romney” ad on my own website. As you might know by now, I am clearly not in their camp! Yet their ad showed up on my site. Even worse: in 2016, Trump showed up on my site because I had forgotten to block him. […] Read more..
A hot house
With the record-breaking heat wave we’re experiencing on the East Coast, it was interesting to look at the exterior of our house with an infrared thermometer. The image above lists the results (in Celsius because I prefer metric when it comes to temperatures). As you can see, this illustrates nicely the benefits of white surfaces […] Read more..
Thank You, Wood!
Thank You, Wood – YouTube (via Go Wood)
More Greenery in the House
Even though snow has largely spared our area of Massachusetts this winter, a little bit of extra greenery was needed in the house. A trip to Michael’s and a good amount of hot-melt-glue later, this is what resulted: A wall-hanging pseudo-green-wall! Looks quite nice and best of all – I don’t have to water it.
A Green Mac
One of these old macs was standing around in our hallway at the office – waiting for its trip to the dump. So I rescued it, gave it a fresh coat of paint and decided it was time to green things up a little. Here’s the process: No real Ivy was hurt in the making […] Read more..