In keeping with Google’s more-data-is-better-data mantra, the maps team, largely driven by Street View, is publishing more imagery data every two weeks than Google possessed total in 2006.*
Pretty cool if you’re into maps and renewable energy.
To stay balanced during winter, suggests Cohen, conserve your yang energy. Restorative yoga, tai chi, qigong, and walking are best suited for yin season, as they safeguard your energy reserves. “Think of these practices as an investment of your ‘energy paycheck,’” says Cohen. “Don’t use up what little winter energy you have with overactivity and added stress.”
Entrepreneurship and solar energy program in Uganda is making a difference in many families lives.
Good read about food and our relationship with food from Sirgun Kaur.
…think of randomness as a design resource, to be deployed whenever users need to feel refreshed or surprised.
Interesting article about punching through the “filter bubble” in on-line search.
“Non-profit failure is too rare, which means that non-profit innovation is too rare as well. Innovators understand that their job is to fail, repeatedly, until they don’t.”
What if non-profits where innovators?
Interesting thoughts about content marketing “in the moment”