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reviewed Spent. April 05, 2009
Lipman's Spent
Books smiling from the store entrance usually are the season's flash in the pan variety.    Imagine the display-o-rama of health books. Among the dust jackets camouflaged with dreamy eco-pastels …
reviewed Vinyl Record. April 05, 2009
Vinyl Record
Beware: A fluffy, fun and, some may say, frivolous entry      PVC remains ubiquitous, but it's manufacture has slowly become taboo. Thankfully, this move away from polyvinyl chloride …
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January 15, 2010
Hi Lane! Interested in what's new at Lunch since the last time your were here? I think the new micro review feature (140 characters or less) is a ton of fun! Have you seen the new lists? Check out @jbeswick's list Top Ten Things I Hope Disappear in 2010. You should also take a look at all the new green living reviews written while you were out! Have fun exploring the new features and send any questions my way :) 
April 18, 2009
It caught my eye that you want to share what you know about 'ecologically elegant design', are you referring to architecture/urban design or product/graphic design? Either way I would be interested in what you know about that. I have a blog where I write about the latest in sustainable design. If you are into Bluegrass, I think you will enjoy reading the Dailey & Vincent review, and perhaps you'll have something to say yourself. If you are looking for a new restaurant to try, I highly recommend Not Your Average Joe's, they have one location in Virginia!
May 07, 2009
I kept it general for a reason, but I currently know most about newer materials used to remodel homes. For example, Vetrazzo (recycled glass) and Paperstone (highly compressed recycled paper originally used for skateparks) are my favorite countertop materials. And cork is making a huge comeback in flooring as it's commercial grade factory finishes make it easier to maintain. Bamboo continues to rule overall though. Let's get some cheap land and grow more in this country.
May 07, 2009
I remember when I just started working for my architectural firm, Rob Bramhall Architects, cork and bamboo were just emerging, they have come a long way in making them more user friendly and durable. Vetrazzo and Paperstone are pretty cool too, have you personally used any of those materials? I was at Greenbuild last year and the amount of sustainable products available today just blew me away! I sometimes go to Grist for updates that relate to eco-friendly architecture and construction industry materials.
April 09, 2009
Hi Lane. I see that your interested in social network user experience and thought you might find this review of Blellow of interest, it's a pretty new twitter-esq platform.
April 05, 2009
Oh, and how's about a profile pic? ;) You can add one in "Edit my profile," then clicking on "Profile pic". I'm around if you need help.
April 05, 2009
Hi lanerapp, how's it going? Thanks for the following. Per your status, you can update your rank by ranking data points and reviews. The easiest place to do this is ExhilaRATE, but also check out @DesignDude's reviews. He's got great design taste. Rate his reviews and see what you think!
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