iPad vs Etch-A-Sketch

Clearly, the Etch A Sketch is the winner. Clearly. …though I’m kinda grateful for the iPad since it’ll lower netbook prices.

LA Foodtrucks on Twitter. There are 60. Six. Zero. #lala

LA is spread out an all, but 60 Tweeting foodtrucks? SIXTY? Well. Ok. 61 including Kogi but they are on my sh*tlist. Anyway, first on my list to try is @grlldcheesetruk – I swear, I’ll chase them down if I have to since I’ve only heard good things about them. But most importantly, they have tater tots. TOTS, BABY!

Also, I don’t know about you but the sushi trucks scare the crap outta me. Sushi-go-rounds at sit downs are pretty scary, buffets are terrifying, so mobile sushi trucks? I really hope they have their health inspection certificates posted where everyone can see them cuz that sure as heck does NOT sound sanitary… If anyone has tried and tested any of these, please leave feedback in the comments! :)

Follow my LA food truck list by clicking on the photo or by clicking this.
ps: I think I found all the Tweeting trucks, but if I’m missing any, please let me know. :)

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation: 2010 Annual Letter by @BillGates

This is my second annual letter. The focus of this year’s letter is innovation and how it can make the difference between a bleak future and a bright one.


The foundation works on health in poor countries because we think it’s the best way to improve lives globally. In the United States, we believe the best way to improve lives is to improve public education. America’s education system has been fundamental to its success as a nation. But the way we prepare students has barely changed in 100 years. If we don’t start innovating in education to make it better and more accessible, we won’t fulfill our commitment to equal opportunity, and our competitiveness will fall behind that of other countries.

Hero. Bill Gates is my hero. And I do not throw ‘hero’ around lightly. I am so in love with is mind.