Best Before 1935
savelandthecity: Love it
Lions have been known to breed with tigers (most often the Siberian and Bengal...– Jeremy Peskin’s Gtalk status (via cliffpeskin)
Leonard the Bee going plank'ing in Toronto!
Thanks to Mark Savel for bringing “planking” to Toronto! Learn about his contest by clicking here. BuzzBuzzHome’s Leonard the Bee decided to give planking a try, on the CN Tower. Check it below….
Wow. People lived in small spaces in 1913
I hear a lot of people talking about how hard it is to live in small spaces. Often I hear that the emergence of “small space living” it is due to the demand on the land, creating much smaller condo-suites in order to make them affordable. Check out this small house from 1913!
In case of fire... run first and tweet later!
I really need to get one of these signs for the BuzzBuzzHome office. A seriously useful public service announcement for any office living in 2011. Buy it, here.
Bad poetry There’s a lot of it. One reason: it’s easy to become...– Seth Godin’s Blog
I’m at My Office 4sq.com/isstupid– (via savelandthecity)
He’s an intelligent man, but it takes something more than intelligence to act...– Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky (via that-damned-elusive-pimpernel)
Buying Facebook Likes......
…I saw a company’s Facebook page jump over night from about 30% overnight, with very little action on their page. I can only imagine that they are buying Facebook “likes”. I believe in both quality/engaged followers and the quantity of followers, but I never understood purchasing random followers. Anyone have any thoughts on this?
I woke up this morning, and there was a crane in...
Motion by Concert Properties is finally on the move, after about a year of very slow excavation. This morning I got to wake up, and find a massive crane in from of my window. Check it:
The Wooden Beaver
…does anyone know where to buy this wooden beaver? I saw it at the 8 Gladstone sales centre, and need it for the cottage.
On TV today...
I was on BNN today. It was pretty awesome, and feeling good about it. Check it out, here: http://watch.bnn.ca/#clip492848