A funny (and scary) infographic about how lobbyists run Washington - http://visual.ly/lobbyists-how-we-run-washington.
Dumpling loves his favorite Mr Squirrel toy…and his carrier
I wanted a cutting board that was:
Sounds easy, right? Yeah, there are too many options out there.
Here are the best ones that I found. It’s a simple, 1/2 inch thick plastic cutting board with good reviews:
These cutting boards also seemed great, but they weren’t exactly what I wanted:
Finding great contractors can be tough and time consuming. I’ve spent years looking for plumbers, electricians, handymen, roofers, and general contractors for my home. When I first purchased my home years ago, I didn’t know where to go and what to look for. I feel like I’ve finally boiled down the process into a few easy steps.
I’ve tried this same process with Yelp, asking neighbors, online yellow pages, google, and some others, and they’ve all given sub-standard results. BBB is the way to go!
Good luck, and let me know how your renovations go.
Fall in #centralpark (at Central Park - Gapstow Bridge)
I really have no idea how to properly fit a suit. After a little searching and filtering, I found a few really useful articles:
Here’s a website I found where you can buy large complete sheets of stainless steel for your kitchen backsplash - QuickShipMetals.com. They can completely customize the size of the backsplash, and they delivery for free.
If you’re just looking for stainless steel kitchen tiles anywhere from 1” x 1” to 3’ x 3’, then you can easily go to amazon.com or homedepot.com and search for “stainless steel backsplash”. Some results from that search:
I’ve been working on a lean and efficient calendar app. The next release will be on Tuesday, November 19th. Take a sneak peek at www.hidoodle.com/onestack.html and let me know what you think!
Here are a few screenshots:
"Why not just produce the icon in Illustrator or Fireworks and resize it the quick and painless way? Because vector graphics work best with sufficiently large resolutions. …Vector doesn’t scale down to lower resolutions as gracefully as one might wish."