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Restaurants, Wasted Food, and The American People

  Uneaten food is a big problem in restaurants the world over. Some have suggested that charging diners for uneaten food left on their plate can reduce costs for business owners, curb obesity, and stem world hunger. A punitive policy could be dangerous if restaurants don’t keep the end game in mind.

Education’s Shell Game: A Look Inside The College Admissions Process

This article from The New Yorker pulls back the curtains on the college admissions process: http://www.newyorker.com/archive/2003/04/07/030407crat_atlarge? Louis Menand’s “The Thin Envelope” was published during the time I—and the rest of the high school class of 2004—was in the middle of the college application process, so it evokes a bit of nostalgia. The article reveals which …

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Guess Who

A classic, mixed by a friend of mine. Song: Guess Who Artist: PHZ Sicks Mixing Engineer: Alex Kresovich (Dirty Bird) I first heard the song in 2007 while Alex was mixing it at Cornell. It’s still in heavy rotation on all of my music players.

Life Lessons I Learned From The Game of Monopoly

  If you like Monopoly, you’ll love this post. I wrote a piece for CurrentPhotographer.com on lessons we can learn from the game of Monopoly. Current Photographer has some great articles for artists, photographers and techies alike. Trevor Current, photographer and website founder, has done work for the likes of Sony Corporation and Mars Inc. …

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