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Surfing solar ocean platforms could one day power your home

(Source: www.extremetech.com)

Solar power is headed everywhere these days, from the rooftop of your home to the sky above it, to orbital space above that, even stretching all the way into your local Ikea. 707 more words

Startups

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Kelsey

My name is Kelsey – I’m a twenty-something transplant Kentuckian trying to sift my way through Louisville while visiting friends, family, and far off places. 244 more words

Couplesblog

Spring In Our Step

This past weekend finally felt like spring in Louisville. So, we decided to take a break from our usual Sunday routine of running errands and bask in the sunshine for a “Sunday Funday.” 312 more words

Couplesblog

tim's cups

Behold, I give you the Tim Hortons cup.  Empty.

Always fresh.  Toujours frais.
They even come in a number of handy sizes, usually small, medium, large, and extra large. 153 more words

Street Art

Geopolitical Trends Shaping the Investment Landscape Part 4

We are pleased to welcome once again Dr. Robert Wescott, President of Keybridge Research and a long-time adviser to Pioneer, as a guest contributor. Dr. Wescott  attended our recent Macro Advisory Forum, chaired by Giordano Lombardo, CEO and Group CIO, discussing how geopolitical risks could shape the investment landscape. 443 more words

Economy

Sculptures Part 4, From Trash to Lesser Trash

A popular aspect of gardening is adding a bunch of different distractions to take away from the minimal effort put into the actual natural area. When using sculptures you need to remind yourself that there’s a fine line between tasteful and incredibly and offensively un-tasteful. 472 more words

Garden

Oak-ey Dokey - Understanding the use of oak in winemaking

The past…
Oak was traditionally used as a vessel in which to store and/or transport wine. As wood naturally decomposes, it is tricky to pinpoint the date of its use historically. 369 more words

Wine Production