By Timothy Hurst on July 17, 2010
It’s good to see the relatively obscure world of tiny house living being given a chance to creep into the American public consciousness via a mainstream site like Yahoo.
By Timothy Hurst on June 17, 2010
Author, activist and healthy eating advocate Michael Pollan realizes that his warning to avoid eating things with more than five ingredients has spawned a brilliant reaction from savvy marketers — one that can be superseded by an even tougher rule of thumb: don’t eat anything advertised on TV.
By LiveOAK Staff on July 26, 2009
This video is the most bizarre way to say “respect nature” and “live and let live.” Personally I hate bugs, they creep me out. I realize this isn’t rational and I respect nature so I generally suck it up and live with them. When it comes to particularly offensive looking spiders and wasps (I hate [...]
By LiveOAK Staff on May 24, 2009
In other words, “Don’t leave you sh!t for someone else to deal with! We are all contributing to climate change so we are the ones that need to do something about it.”
By LiveOAK Staff on April 29, 2009
Avaaz.org has created this clever spoof of those Exxon Greenwashing commercials that have been running on TV for the last few months. The ad has the tone and look and feel of the Exxon campaign but the actor in the ad is urging people to stay complacent and allow them to derail any meaningful climate policy. Their goal is to raise $100,000 so they can air it on CNN during the Climate Summit in Washington this week. As I am writing this post they are up to $92,289, less than $8,000 to go!