With a little hot glue and a lot of patience, researchers are turning chicken movements into raw data—and using that information to detect health problems. via Tiny, sensor-equipped chicken backpacks might help farmers detect parasite infestations in real time — The Counter
My sisters and I grew up with grandparents who had huge gardens! They may not have been as big as my childhood memories make them seem, but my sisters and I helped harvest more goodies than you can imagine. We learned to dig potatoes and peanuts, how to pick okra and how to shuck corn,…Continue reading “Lemon Zucchini Pasta — Four Sisters Dish — My Meals are on Wheels”
There was always a logical explanation for why cases rose through the end of June while deaths did not. Fonte: Coronavirus Deaths Are Rising Right on Cue – The Atlantic via Coronavirus Deaths Are Rising Right on Cue – The Atlantic — THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON…
Bubble gum is pink because that was the only food dye available in the factory where it was made.
The dot over your lowercase “i” is called a tittle.
Welcome to the blog tour for Winning the Game of Work, by Terry Boyle McDougall! Today I have an excerpt from the book, and a chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card! Winning the Game of Work: Career Happiness and Success on Your Own Terms Publication Date: April 10, 2020 Genre: Non-Fiction/ Career Coaching […]Continue reading “The Game of Work, by Terry Boyle McDougall @teebeemhp @RRBookTours1 #NonFiction #RRBookTours — Didi Oviatt”
No one says, “No, sorry,” to Justin Bieber. Or Rihanna. When Biebs and his fashion model wife Hailey let their intentions be known — that they were looking for a three week rental in the Hamptons — agent Dylan Eckardt at Nestseekers, the self-proclaimed prince of Montauk, got to work and found the tatted-up pop… viaContinue reading “Rihanna, Justin Bieber Book Pricey Hamptons Rentals — Variety”