Plastic bottles floating in the sky

Rethinking the 'P' word

Friday, February 14, 2020 – 1:42am ShutterstockAlejandroCarnicero The overabundance of plastic brings opportunities along with the obvious problems. This article was originally published by the University of Cambridge. In Tokyo, a householder consults her 60-page “Garbage Separation and Disposal” system to check whether it’s a recycle day for plastic bottles or for all other plastic …

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this and next weekend in MA, then West | Ruth Garbus

Kleinmeister by Ruth Garbus ~ Hi everyone ~  = some upcoming shows, in chronological order = = All shows are me playing songs except where noted = (I'm also in an experimental quintet called Gloyd,  and do solo experimental music at times as well) Bandcamp @rruuggaa on Instagram FEBRUARY This Saturday, Greenfield, MA, 10 Forward …

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Business people meeting together

How big data and AI can make supply chains better for consumers and the planet

Wednesday, February 12, 2020 – 12:10am ShutterstockRawpixel.com “Big data.” “Artificial intelligence.” “Supply chain.” These buzzwords are fast becoming a part of our everyday lexicon. And because they’re bandied about so much, it’s worth taking a closer look at each of them and their role in shaping more responsible consumption. Consumerism isn’t going away — and …

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The Oil Paintings of Reza Bahmani

The Oil Paintings of Reza Bahmani

by Andy Smith at Hi-Fructose Magazine • 2020-01-29 15:27:30 Reza Bahmani’s oil paintings, with each’s distinctive texture and scale, carry a distinct intimacy. In his recent show at Saless Gallery an accompanying score that required the use of headphones further beckoned viewers to focus on the massive portraits. His recent body of work was created …

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