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Red Carpet Rundown: Comic-Con, Part 1 and Part 2 | Tom & Lorenzo. Comic-Con has a red carpet?

Fair relationship fighting. What are your rules to keep relationship fights fair and above-the-belt? | Ask MetaFilter. These are good to keep in mind.

ASK COOL TOOLS: Q&A Forum.

Cool Tools: ResQMe. A keychain tool made to slice seatbelt webbing and break a car window in case you need to escape a car. No more jokes about not being able to reach you glass breaking tool in the glove compartment.

Black*Eiffel: Speaking Digitally : Personal Finance + YNAB. This personal finance software might work for me, I’m no good keeping track of things.

Urban Bee Store at GirlHacker’s Random Log. About the only retail bee keepers store, in SF. And in Seattle: “Ballard Bee Company will install active beehives on your property for the spring through summer seasons… The company also keeps bees for commercial clients such as the Fairmont Olympic Hotel where the hives sit on the roof and the honey goes into the restaurant’s menu.” The Fairmont might win me back to visit for high tea after all.

· comments [5] · 08-12-2011 · categories:links · misc ·

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  • 1 Seanna Lea // Aug 12, 2011 at 2:56 am

    I really want to keep bees, but like so many things in my neighborhood I am pretty sure it is not allowed.

  • 2 megan // Aug 12, 2011 at 4:07 pm

    I wonder if you can keep bees in a cooperative group garden? We have a lot of neighborhood gardens around here, it would make sense that they might want bees around. That said, if you want to keep bees you a braver girl than I!

  • 3 Kim // Aug 14, 2011 at 8:29 am

    For any beekeeping restrictions in your neighborhood, check with your city/town/county government. Note: people can keep bee hives in NYC.

    Here is a list of related laws for WA and King County and cities in the area:
    http://pugetsoundbees.org/resources/beekeeping-laws/

    Kim
    beekeeper for 3 years

  • 4 Anita // Aug 15, 2011 at 4:58 am

    I love the idea of the ResQMe. My biggest concern is sticking your hand through broken glass. My 16 yo was standing here watching with me and commented that the guy was wearing a glove (which I had noticed too). If you don’t have something close by to use to protect your hand, this could be dangerous when punching your hand through broken glass if you happen to hit a vital blood vessel.

  • 5 just barrie // Aug 15, 2011 at 12:21 pm

    Man, I’m pretty certain BBC didn’t charge for you to host their bees before they got popular. Dang it – if only I had owned my place last year when it was free and everyone was more busy with keeping chickens in their yard trend ;-)

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