Articles tagged with: oysters
Have you met TED?
No, I’m not playing wingman for Ted Mosby. TED is a conference during which exceedingly smart, skillful people present their work in 20 minutes or less. The presentations are published on the Internets and made available to the world at large for the low price of $free.99. TED talks are an amazing source of inspiration and information – and some of them feature innovative materials! Therefore, in this post I present three TED talks that relate in some way to the content on ARCHITERIALS:
1. Thomas Thwaites: How I built …
Never have I felt even the slightest desire to slurp down an oyster. Not once have I looked said bivalve in the eye*, so to speak, and been able to overcome my not inconsiderable revulsion long enough to taste one. It seems however, that I’m in the minority; many of my dearest friends are completely mad for oysters and eat them in copious quantities whenever they can get their hands on them.
I bring this up because tasting good (to other people, at least) is a positive characteristic of oysters. Another positive …