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Oscillate by Daniel Sierra

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Get hypnotized by this spellbinding sine wave animation

Daniel Sierra brings sine waves to life with "Oscillate," a hypnotic animation created as his thesis project for his MFA at the School of Visual Arts in New York. The animation experiment is an attempt, he says, “to visualize waveform patterns that evolve from the fundamental sine wave to more complex patterns, creating a mesmerizing audio-visual experience in which sight and sound work in......read more

Catching the Waves

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Beautiful images of the ocean in motion

Maybe it's because life on earth began in the sea, or because, as land-bound creatures, the seas are a place of mystery. Whatever the reason, the ocean has a unique hold on the human psyche. A recent Light Stalking post of amazing wave photos got us thinking about these things. Here is a small sampling of them, showcasing some of the many different ways that waves can be......read more

A Year on the Road: Endless Simmer

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Will my search for the Endless Summer end in 2013?

It's around this time of year again when sleeves get longer and the sun begins to get that familiar autumn slant, signs that shorter days are swiftly approaching. Though this summer was particularly long and hot, it inevitably feels too short, the sweet days and nights playing on repeat in your mind like the perfect film you don't want to forget. I recall watching Bruce Brown's......read more

Peter and Adrian in HuffPo Business

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SHFT: Saving The Planet, One Shift At A Time

Peter Glatzer and Adrian Grenier have a simple goal -- to help save the planet, one "shift" at a time. That's the founding principal of SHFT, their digital media platform that allows users to read, watch, shop and share all things sustainable. Now, before you chalk it up as just another "green" idea from a couple of holier-than-thou Hollywood types -- Glatzer is an independent film producer and......read more

America's Wildest Place Is Open For Business

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The Expansion of Oil and Gas Exploration in Alaska

By Christopher Solomon Several years ago a mapping expert pinpointed the most remote place in the Lower 48 states. The spot was in the southeast corner of Yellowstone National Park, 20 miles from the nearest road. Roman Dial read the news and wasn’t much impressed. To him, 20 miles — the distance a hungry man could walk in a long day — didn’t seem very remote at......read more

Free The Ugly Produce!

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Business Savvy Millennials Are Tackling Food Waste

 ... One cosmetically challenged vegetable at a time. Ron Clark is no stranger to food waste. After more than 20 years of working to supply fresh produce to California’s food banks, he knows every point along the route from farm to table where produce gets plucked from the human food chain, for cosmetic reasons, and composted, fed to pigs, or buried in a landfill.  Clark was......read more

Tsampa Soup by Patagonia

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Organic soup mix inspired by Himalayan Sherpa cuisine $6.50

Patagonia's nascent range of food products, dubbed Patagonia Provisions, has a new offering in the form of Tsampa Soup, an organic veggie soup mix inspired by Yvon Chouinard's travels in Nepal. There, nearly 35 years ago, he was introduced to tsampa, a simple roasted grain staple that provides high-altitude fuel for Sherpa climbers on their Himalayan ascents. With organic Tsampa Soup, Patagonia......read more

Upstart SF Restaurant Looks to Redefine Food Sustainability

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In a quest to face climate change head on, The Perennial pushes way beyond farm-to-table cuisine

Twilight Greenaway for Civil Eats: In the quest to shave off distance from field to plate, today’s chefs and restaurants have devised a range of creative solutions–from growing tomatoes on their own rooftops to sourcing fruit from their customers’ backyards. The Perennial, a soon-to-open San Francisco eatery, plans to take the business of local sourcing several steps......read more

The Perennial Plate: One Minute in Mexico

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Holy tamale! Take a high-tempo tour of Mexican cuisine

Daniel Klein and Mirra Fine back at it again with another episode of our favorite food and travel series, the Perennial Plate. The new clip is a fast-paced, one-minute summary of two weeks in Mexico, and it doesn't disappoint. Covering ground from Mexico City to Hidalgo, Oaxaca to Chiapas, the traveling gourmands ate more more beans, bebidas and tamales than you can shake a stick at. A......read more

Inmates Running Sustainable Businesses

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Instead of Stamping License Plates

From our partners at Collectively. In 2003, Dr. Nalini Nadkarni of Evergreen State College, and Dan Pacholke, the Superintendent of a state prison, Cedar Creek Corrections, met at a sustainability conference. An impromptu conversation between them led to a program that not only supported true inmate rehabilitation, but also was fiscally responsible for prison facilities. They formed......read more

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