Tom The Dancing Bug: Whose Encampment Should Crowd-Control Police Be Breaking Up?

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The Professional Chef For iPad

via Cool Hunting

For the last decade, the chefs at The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) have been publishing The Professional Chef, an industry-standard textbook for aspiring cooks. Now available on the iPad, the significant volume has been given a much more accessible interface for professionals and home cooks alike. If you’r a foodarazzo, a semi-pro chef wannabe or just your run of the mill serious foodie, this app is is so worth the $50 they are charging. More info here via those great folks @ cool hunting.

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Infographic: People Are Starving, But There Is Enough Food To Go Around

via Fast Company

One in seven people in the world is malnourished. But the solution isn’t producing more food. We already produce too much. It’s … Read More >>

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Breakdown of Media Habits Across Generations Throughout The Day

It’s a long scroll down, but I found this fascinating. Great infographic by the folks @
Media Consumption - 2011

Created by: MBA Online

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An Incredibly Smart Newspaper Website

via Gawker

The Boston Globe’s new site puts the other big boys (and girls) to shame …


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Circle Of Frenemies

via AllThingsD

Here is the latest comic from our Joy of Tech friends at Geek Culture, Nitrozac and Snaggy. Joy of Tech appears three times a … Read More >>

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Science Says Spongebob Is Killing Your Kids’ Brains

via Top Technology Stories

OK, my daughter has just lost her shot at even one more episode. So long, Mr. Crab. See you later, Patrick. And Squidward? Let’s not even go there.

I never grew up with Spongebob – I was more of a “Rocky & Bullwinkle” kind of kid. Still, I do love that my kid digs retro “Yogi Bear,” and that we can find common ground with the brillant “Phineas & Ferb.” So I was kind of OK on the cartoon front. Or so I thought. But a recent study published … Read More >>

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