Thursday, March 24



Tyler Elringham is not what you would call a typical college student. From being homeless at 16 to becoming the leader of a new venture at 20, Eltringham has taken a different route than most. Despite the odds stacked against him, he is coming out on top.

Eltringham is the CEO of OneShot, a startup dedicated to providing meningococcal meningitis vaccinations to college students living in dormitories and university housing... ~ link
> CREATE YOUR OWN annimation on YouTube -- new feature -- but it's not free ~ link

SALES OF doomsday bunkers up 1,000%. Okay, didn't we already do this personal bomb-shelter thing in the early '60's. When I was in first grade I dug one in my backyard -- but my father made me fill in the hole. We seem to like being in a crisis mode. ~ link

HOUSEPLANTS purify the air. And they help blur the line between indoors and outdoors. Our house is full of them. ~ WSJ

THE FED earns record $82B profit that goes into the US Treasury ~ Atlantic


DO BUDDHISTS believe in God? Well, not exactly. They believe in "suffering." ~ link

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