Project by: Lauren N. Sellers Location: Yardley, Pennsylvania You know those beige breakfast nooks that sometimes show up in the corners of otherwise lovely homes? Don't start your day off boring when you can surround yourself with bold. Show More Summary
With nooks and crannies to help you get creative with your positioning, you'll no longer have to choose between sitting or standing while you work. Even if you're disciplined enough to spend an hour at the gym every day, the depressing fact about office jobs is that sitting at a desk the rest of the time will still put you at risk of dying early. Show More Summary
We're looking for secular groups from small towns, big cities, and every nook in-between to showcase on the Friendly Atheist Facebook page in a recurring feature. We hope to connect people with groups they didn't know existed in their...Show More Summary
A couple of weeks ago, we told you about some of the best places to buy vinyl in the city. “But what about outside the perimeter?” you asked. “What about the great little suburban nooks and crannies where records hide just waiting to be discovered?” you inquired. Well, we thought we’d shed a little light on […]
I must confess I have hit my limit with technology. While finishing The Circle by Dave Eggers on my Nook, I updated my Facebook fan page linked to important stuff. Then I sent out a Constant Contact newsletter asking people to "like," forward, subscribe to, and read my blog. Show More Summary
By David Hernandez: Split Coming Soon Barnes & Noble (NYSE:BKS) has decided to split into two seperate companies. They are spinning off their Nook and College segments into one company. The other company will consist of their brick and mortar Retail segment and bn.com. Show More Summary
Laura and I are thrilled that HIT AND RUN, book two in the Moreno & Hart Mystery Series, will be on-sale Monday. It’s available for pre-order at Amazon, Kobo, and the iBookstore. Unfortunately, Barnes & Noble Nook doesn’t let most … Read more ›
My latest book is out, Vacationing With Ghosts. Paperback on Amazon Kindle version Nook version This summer, I revisited the summer home of my youth. We owned a home on a quiet inlet of Mobjack Bay on the Chesapeake. I had many encounters with very unusual haunting and unexplained features and adventures there in the 1960s and 1970s. Show More Summary
[Originally published on May 2, 2014.] The banking sector never seems to stray too far from the headlines of the financial press. And there is good reason for that. Financial companies occupy a unique nook in advanced economies as they...Show More Summary
The kitchen is truly the heart of the home — we know, it’s a cliche, but only because it’s true. Think of the last big party you threw—you had the entire home spotless; you arranged comfy seating in every nook of the living room; you had tables set for buffet and hor d’oeuvres — but […] The post 10 Amazing Modern Kitchen Cabinet Styles appeared first on Freshome.com.
On a recent visit to the Squirrel Hill Library’s Children’s Department, my kids and I discovered the silkworms. Tucked into a nook by the children’s nonfiction books are a few containers filled with leaves and lots of white silkworms! Given … Continue reading ?
It was recently announced that Barnes and Noble would spin off the Nook. Despite valiant attempts at penetrating the tablet market, they couldn’t do it. What is less remarked is that Barnes and Noble is actually profitable. Only the digital reader is a money loser. The question is, then, how is a brick and mortar […]
Your office needs more nooks, less sitting. Give your employees a space they look forward to coming to. Creating paths for chance meetings, including nooks, and designing agile, unique workspaces are solutions that designers say promote collaboration, creativity, and productivity in the modern office. Read Full Story
Barnes & Noble is spinning off Nook Media, which contains both the Nook business and the college bookstore business. With e-books from Amazon continuing to eat away at physical book sales, is a pure-play bookstore an attractive investment?
Good news for Barnes & Noble, bad news for those invested in e-reader market.
Spoilers ahead… Bobby Jasoos, a low-key charmer set in Hyderabad, makes you wonder why more filmmakers don’t step out of their Mumbai-Delhi-London cocoons and locate their tales in the various nooks of India, each of which comes with its own lingo, colours, food, sensibility, cultural and religious complexions, and even architecture that’s a cinematographer’s dream. […]
As you've probably been wandering the streets of Chicago for some time now, you surely think you know what's hidden in all the nooks and crannies of the city. Let us then direct your attention to a whole new world of possibilities.
I’m a digital pack rat. I’ve got an iPhone, an iPad mini, a Barnes & Noble nook eReader, a space pen, several USB flash drives, and various earbuds along with a few charging and adapter cables. I usually just jam … Read more ›
Over the weekend, Akiko Thurnauer closed the doors to Family Recipe with a celebratory meal.
Kids activities all week long with NurtureStore’s Play planner If you’d like to have a copy of the weekly play planner delivered straight to your e-mail in box, just pop your e-mail address in the box below. The planner will arrive on a Sunday, ready and waiting with a week’s worth of play ideas for... Show More Summary