Life

Lists of Note

Tuesday January 10, 2012

Bookmark this: The creator of Letters of Note, which you're likely familiar with, has riffed on the theme and launched Lists of Note.

Silence of the bears

Thursday December 29, 2011

Polar bears don't usually eat each other, but some are resorting to cannibalism to survive. 

It really is a wonderful world

Wednesday December 21, 2011

At this time of year it's important to pause, take stock, and cry like a little baby when you watch this clip narrated by Sir David Attenborough. 

Hair to Help

Friday December 16, 2011

It doesn't matter who you are - everyone feels a little bit better about themselves with a fresh haircut.  

We all dream of icecream

Monday December 05, 2011
Pat and Stick's have been making and peddling amazing icecream sangers around Sydney since 2004. The good news is you can now buy direct from the source. 

Gold Digger

Friday December 02, 2011

It's unlikely that fights broke out amongst the prospectors of olden days over skin care products. But then, there's an undercurrent of irony throughout the range of handmade men's skincare products produced by Prospector Co.

 

Smokestack Lightning BBQ

Saturday November 26, 2011

The Americans have got it all wrong. Instead of spending $680 billion on their military muscles each year, roaming the globe bombing foreign soil, they should take all that cash and drop barbequed goods on everyone instead.

Bee good

Tuesday November 22, 2011

Bees are busy. Not only are they one half of the most famous sex education program on the planet, but they're also makers of the sweetest kind.

Introducing Whole Larder Love

Thursday November 17, 2011

For a bloke with a blog Rohan Anderson spends an extraordinary amount of time outside. Day to day he's growing, reaping, sowing, foraging, hunting, building and cooking – not necessarily in that order – from his home in Ballarat and documenting the experience on Whole Larder Love.

Feather and Bone

Sunday November 06, 2011

If you love something you set it free, right? Not always. According to the man behind Feather and Bone, Grant Hilliard, if you’re going to eat something then you should at least know where it came from, how it was raised and the way it died.