Thursday, June 27, 2013

Three Thing Thursday

Thing the First: With all the news about the government mining personal data, here's an interesting take: The Government Should Be Paying You for Your Data. This is effectively what corporations do through loyalty programs and coupons, and there are some really good points here. Data is a commodity that has a very high value. Assuming that the government does not have a constitutional right to collect this information (which I, personally, do not think they have), would you be willing to hand it over if you were compensated for it?

Thing the Second: I am on a sweet potato and cauliflower kick. My latest favorite: aloo gobi with sweet potatoes. I love this recipe.

Thing the Third: Our composter has been full for some time - it probably wasn't put in the best place in our backyard to get warm enough to break down the stuff inside. So we're at a loss for what to do with vegetable peelings - until now! Yup, I'm going to try to make my own broth.

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