Category ‘Interview’

Adding a plant can really bring a breathe of life into a room.  But I’d be willing to bet that many of you have seen your prized potted pal wither and die shortly after getting it (I’m looking at you, non-waterers!).
Well, forget no more! Our friends at Netted.net have provided an answer: Koubachi! Koubachi is [...]


After coming across the Mind As Water project, we couldn’t help but want to immediately get in touch with the man behind it all–Neil Cowley. Since having done so, we felt the need to share his thoughts and processes with all of you, as  they are beyond inspiring. And his work, well it’s beautiful–from the [...]


Could you imagine all of your possessions fitting into one backpack? Hardly, we’re sure. Well, this is what life is like for Andrew Hyde–a startup founder and successful ‘vagabond’ who decided to pack his life up into ONE backpack! Realizing that the things he was purchasing on a daily basis were more out of habit [...]


Dr. Gerald Pollack is one of the few expert researchers in the area of water and what it means to your health. He’s a professor of bioengineering at the University of Washington, whose theory of water is nothing short of ground-breaking.

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CBS News Anchor, Katie Couric, leads a discussion about tap vs bottled water with “Tapped” director and producer Stephanie Soechtig and Joe Doss of the International Bottle Water Association.

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Water filters provide better tasting and smelling water by removing chlorine and bacterial contaminants, but that’s not the only benefit to using a filtration system. The water that flows from your faucet is hard water, which actually reduces the development of flavor and aroma in things such as coffee, tea, and other hot beverages. Tea [...]


While majority of Americans spent their 4th of July weekend outdoors celebrating their independence with food and drinks, philanthropists Joost Notenboom & Michiel Roodenburg, started what will be a 1.5 year adventure cycling for water.
These two Dutch students will be riding their bikes from Deadhorse, in northern Alaska to the southern most tip of Argentina; [...]




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