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What’s Good for You Today?

By |2017-07-12T00:11:02+00:00January 19th, 2016|

If you intentionally eat healthy, you’ll possibly encounter a challenge: healthy is a moving target. Eggs, which were good for us, but then bad for us, seem to be good for us again. Coffee and wine seem to go through the same cycle. Fish is fine, if they are “free-range” and low in mercury, of cours [...]

Egg Substitutes

By |2017-07-12T00:11:02+00:00December 12th, 2015|

There’s an old joke that’s made the rounds for decades: A man goes to the doctor and says, “My brother thinks he’s a chicken.” “Why don’t you bring him in?” asks the doctor. The man shrugs and says “I would, but I need the eggs.” That joke makes an interesting point about the products we use every d [...]

Of Will, Ways, and Means

By |2017-07-12T00:11:03+00:00March 19th, 2015|

We all know Aesop’s fable of the fox and the grapes. A hungry fox tries in vain to leap for a bunch of grapes on a vine high above him. After missing repeatedly, he moves on. “Probably sour anyway,” he remarks. “Might even have made me sick.” Thus the expression, “sour grapes,” negativity generated [...]

What really motivates people?

By |2015-06-11T09:15:04+00:00March 16th, 2015|

I've recently read Daniel Pink's new book on the science of motivation, "Drive," and found quick application for Paper Water Bottle. I highly recommend it to anyone interested in pop-sociology, the way people work, and management theory generally. Pink's purpose is really to point out that business [...]

Market Innovation and Change

By |2017-07-12T00:11:03+00:00March 16th, 2015|

Cities were choked with pollution. Urban areas were forced to ship their waste products to remote areas, or faced being buried in them. People were getting sick as a result, never mind the impact on the quality of life. That scene isn’t from the early 21st century, but instead harkens back a hundred [...]