Lifestyle Editor, Sierra Magazine
slate.com — One hundred and eighteen miles north of London, in the town of Boston, England, there lives a retired newspaperman named John Richards who is experiencing an unusually rotten spring. Richards is the founder and chairman of something called the Apostrophe Protection Society. His world, at least as related to the...
inc.com — Joseph Kopser and his business partner, Craig Cummings. D.C. BILL | Bill Murphy Jr. Meet the veterans who bring their unusual discipline, perspective, and problem-solving skill to the world of game-changing start-ups. Shutterstock Tweet I first met Joseph Kopser six years ago in Mosul, Iraq.
quora.com — Answer (1 of 339): At 27, I used all my money to buy my parents a house. They didn't know it was all my money at the time. I sold a tech company for a small exit in 2010. Everyone was extremely proud of me, but no one knew the exact amount I made, but everyone assumed I did really well.
sierraclub.org — There are many environmental reasons to eat insects. But first you have to get past the ick factor. By Peter Frick-Wright You have to be careful not to overcook scorpions. The exoskeleton traps steam, and they're messy when they pop.
outsideonline.com — Eighty-year-old alpinist Yuichiro Miura became the oldest person to climb Mount Everest on Thursday, reaching the summit just four months after undergoing heart surgery for an arrhythmia
ran.org — Rainforest destroying palm oil is an ingredient in roughly 50% of all packaged goods sold on grocery store shelves. It is used to make a wide variety of food products from cookies to breakfast cereals as well as cosmetics, soaps and detergents, and is largely responsible for the decimation of Indonesia's precious endangered forests.
sierraclub.org — Schmear Campaign | Trendsetter: Jane Goodall | Ecofriendly Cellphone Accessories SCHMEAR CAMPAIGN Spreads have come a long way from the days of instant-soup packets mixed with sour cream. Animate your Ak-Mak with these ecofriendly slathers.
theatlantic.com — This item has been excerpted from the prepared Commencement Address to the graduates of Pitzer College in Claremont, Calif., on May 18, 2013. I recently turned thirty, which I know seems like a generation away to those of you graduating this morning. But it's more than just the worst.
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