I haven't had to chop wood in a long time, but I'm delighted to know that this exists.
This video shows CitiBike rides in NYC over 2 days. It's fascinating to watch patterns related to time, place, membership, public transit delays, weather, and pairing.
Perfect Soldiers, by Gabriel Cortez. More incredible youth stories tied to health via TheBiggerPicture.org.(Source: http://www.youtube.com/)
Innovation can come from anywhere and any age. This braille printer is pretty fantastic, and its inventor is even more fantastic. (Source: http://www.cnn.com/)
This is what’s called leveraging the power a media platform to speak up thoughtfully and clearly about issues that matter.(Source: http://www.youtube.com/)
Check out this FluNearYou video, which is the result of a phenomenal collaboration by a hospital, a public health association, and a funder. The government should be monitoring and taking action to prevent this national threat, but they’re not doing much of anything right now (or ever?), so it’s lucky that this project is stepping… Continue reading
Interview with Charles R. Bronfman of The Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies. We’re doing a project with him through GrantCrant where we’re helping his foundation to achieve transparency about their decision to spend down their endowment by the year 2016. Read more about the series and the first blog post written by Charles.(Source: http://www.youtube.com/)
Beautiful chills from this New York City Ballet video posted on September 12 at sunrise. Read more.(Source: http://www.youtube.com/)
Nineteen days. That is the time it took to put up a 28-unit, six-story apartment building in the Inwood section of Manhattan this summer. The secret? Modular construction. (via Crain’s New York)(Source: http://player.vimeo.com/)
This 97-year-old uses MS Paint to make incredible art despite his impaired vision. I’m constantly reminded of ways that technology can enhance the quality of life for people; it’s truly amazing. (Source: http://player.vimeo.com/)