Designers of a food forest in Seattle want to make blueberry picking a neighborly activity.
If you're a regular reader of The Salt, you've probably noticed our interest in foraging. From San Francisco to Maryland, we've met wild food experts, nature guides and chefs passionate about picking foods growing in their backyards.
Molly Ranson plays the title role in the off-Broadway reworking of <em>Carrie</em>, directed by Stafford Arima and written by Lawrence D. Cohen, with lyrics by Dean Pitchford and music by Michael Gore.
Just when you thought you had the latest in camera technology, along comes something new and shiny and ... rectangular.
It's called the Lytro, and it uses something called "light field technology." In short: You shoot now and focus later.
NPR's resident photo expert, Keith Jenkins, explains: In a nutshell, he says, this camera captures not only the color and the intensity of light — which is what normal cameras do — but also the direction of that light — from every possible angle.
Originally published on Wed February 29, 2012 4:01 pm
<em>Wired</em>'s Chris Anderson: "Privacy is complicated."
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As an editor who helps put Morning Edition on the air, I work overnight. There is something called sleep hygiene that some of us who work while you sleep have studied closely. Sleep hygiene is a set of practices that aim to help you sleep better — like not reading in bed, not watching TV there or playing Angry Birds or reading the news.