Intelligence

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Dear Readers, I'd love to hear your thoughts as I plan future print and digital issues of PITH + VIGOR, books, stories, and new features...

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I am undeniably intrigued by just about everything that Ellen Jorgensen says in this video.   I want to be a bio hacker.  I passed...

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I have so many links and interesting things that I have discovered while researching and writing my book that I can't wait to share.  My biggest...

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I discovered this morning that the entire Gottorfer Codex (danish: Gottorpsk Codex) is available on issuu. The Gottorfer Codex is a beautiful collection of gouache paintings...

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I bought and planted a weeping willow tree about 2 weeks ago -- right before the heat wave.  Needless to say the poor thing went...

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I came across this video this morning about Rewilding. Have you heard of this term? It is new to me, but 2:55 min later, I...

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I love sharing before and after shots.  They are so effective at capturing the sum total of a whole lot of work and subsequently are great inspiration....

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I have some interesting tidbits to share with you this morning.  About a year ago I met a woman who works at a local university...

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A friend posted this on my facebook wall this morning and it hi-jacked me for the last hour.  I wasn't really planning to watch something like this...

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I was reading Steve Martino's blog this morning and he was discussing his definition of sustainabiliy -- it is quite simple.  He said: "when the...

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I posted a one question survey on the Studio 'g' Facebook Page  because I'm wondering what kind of  posts you like most. I am surprised by...

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Have you noticed that zip lines are kinda popping up every where?  Indy 500, Super Bowl, parks, back yards (I have one), -- I think...

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It is not often that a perfect picture crosses my desk that so precisely shows how, by playing with the basics of design, you can...

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[singlepic id=144 w=500 h= float=] I know I have mentioned it before, but my garden really is a test bed for a huge variety of...

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Oh -- this is a dreamy little dream job for just the right person.....Post- Doctoral Associate At Dumbarton Oaks in Washington D.C.  - 'The post-doctoral associate...

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I am ready for the weekend....and then I am not....this is going to be one of those really, really, really long-feeling weekends, because next week...

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Did you know, wooden buildings often aren’t arbitrarily red? Falu red (pronounced “FAH-loo”, in Swedish it’s Falu rödfärg) is the name of a Swedish, deep red...

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Do you follow the The Dirt? (the blog of the ASLA)  I stop in from time to time but this morning's visit quickly got under...

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I really hate to not finish things that I start.  And being a starter type personality (as opposed to a maintainer or a finisher) I start and sometimes don't...

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This week has been a little crazy for me.  Parties, friends and my whole family at home (encroaching on my workspace) -- its all great,...

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Choosing a design hero is not something that comes easy to me , primarily because I can find something I love in most gardens and...

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