Explore Productivity, Marvel and more!

Explore related topics

screen-shot-2014-10-14-at-10-29-34-am.png

screen-shot-2014-10-14-at-10-29-34-am.png

marine snow, c2010, Planktos Science, San Francisco. “In the deep ocean, marine snow is a continuous shower of mostly organic detritus falling from the upper layers of the water column. Its origin lies in activities within the productive photic zone. Consequently, the prevalence of marine snow changes with seasonal fluctuations in photosynthetic activity and ocean currents.”

marine snow, c2010, Planktos Science, San Francisco. “In the deep ocean, marine snow is a continuous shower of mostly organic detritus falling from the upper layers of the water column. Its origin lies in activities within the productive photic zone. Consequently, the prevalence of marine snow changes with seasonal fluctuations in photosynthetic activity and ocean currents.”

This morning I did that thing where I went down that rabbit hole of believing that social media reflects whole truths. I should know better- I'm always a little shaken when I get a glimpse into the dichotomy present in my own social media facade. So here you go, folks. This is the detritus and shrapnel of a productive day here at the fort- replete with teeth gnashing angst, bodily injury and  congratulatory high fives. Sometimes we cry and mostly I just wish I had time for a hike instead of…

This morning I did that thing where I went down that rabbit hole of believing that social media reflects whole truths. I should know better- I'm always a little shaken when I get a glimpse into the dichotomy present in my own social media facade. So here you go, folks. This is the detritus and shrapnel of a productive day here at the fort- replete with teeth gnashing angst, bodily injury and congratulatory high fives. Sometimes we cry and mostly I just wish I had time for a hike instead of…

Living in the Eco-Torus / Kiel Bryant

The One Man Who Influenced Mass Effect's Look More Than Anyone Else

Scientists believe marshlands are the most productive land acres on earth, and play a vital role in the nutrient cycle of the estuary. Not only do they decay and add nutrients to the food cycle of the marsh, but also trap river sediments and detritus flushed through the marsh by a combination of river currents and tides and act as a protective nursery...

Scientists believe marshlands are the most productive land acres on earth, and play a vital role in the nutrient cycle of the estuary. Not only do they decay and add nutrients to the food cycle of the marsh, but also trap river sediments and detritus flushed through the marsh by a combination of river currents and tides and act as a protective nursery...

"A great read on why people are so proud to be busy and ways to burst 'The More Bubble.'" -Center for a New American Dream article pass on: "Why We Humblebrag About Being Busy: We're caught in a 'more bubble.'"

Why We Humblebrag About Being Busy

"A great read on why people are so proud to be busy and ways to burst 'The More Bubble.'" -Center for a New American Dream article pass on: "Why We Humblebrag About Being Busy: We're caught in a 'more bubble.'"

Check out our 25 DIY hacks to solve everything from tangled cords to slow Wi-Fi.

25 Home Hacks to Make 2016 Easier, Less Cluttered, and More Productive

Check out our 25 DIY hacks to solve everything from tangled cords to slow Wi-Fi.

"You waste time? Everyone does! And they do dumber things than you and still get a lot done. So stop feeling bad about it! You're doing great!" —Art and quote by Marlo Meekins

"You waste time? Everyone does! And they do dumber things than you and still get a lot done. So stop feeling bad about it! You're doing great!" —Art and quote by Marlo Meekins

If you spend all of your time on your Mac, then you should really stop. Have a look outside every once in a while. But if you must be physically attached to your computer, then you should at least be comfortable and productive.   Here are six progr...

6 Apps Mac Owners Need To Download Immediately

If you spend all of your time on your Mac, then you should really stop. Have a look outside every once in a while. But if you must be physically attached to your computer, then you should at least be comfortable and productive. Here are six progr...

Pinterest
Search