Day 2 of GrassRoots Hackathon exploded into the beautiful spaces of WeWork Seattle (wework.com/seattle). Teams quickly set to obliterating every possible surface with Post-Its, while the furious click-clackity of keyboard driven brainstorms persisted throughout the day.
I have the pleasant opportunity to be a co-organizer of GrassRoots Hackathon, Seattle’s first cannabis technology hackathon. Day 1 of GrassRoots Hackathon kicked off as entrepreneurs, technology experts, and industry leaders descended on WeWork Seattle to shake hands and discuss the rapidly growing, and changing, cannabis industry in Washington State. You can follow the live coverage… Continue reading Creating the New Washington Cannabis Industry pt. 1
Today is not a recipe day, because not all recipes need to be recipe-ed. Before you is one Satsuma orange. I had picked this fruit up from the grocer to burn time and acquire a shot of vitamin A, C, and potassium before a physical therapy meeting.
Admittedly, I am not a baker. Baking takes a certain precision more akin to science and is less forgiving of my ‘measure by hand’ style of kitchen shenanigans.
In the summer of 2011, I made a choice that would affect me far more deeply than I had considered; I planted my first edible garden. At the time, I didn’t have a clue even if I had a green thumb.
On a whim I decided to join a friend in Seattle’s March Against Monsanto rally, one of countless worldwide events that took place last week. I was feeling a little boisterous after a slew of international victories against the corporation.