The Sexual Lives of Whales

  While visiting the Húsavik Whale Museum (which I loved, and which every person I met in Iceland also loved because it’s awesome), I came across this label gem. Knowledge of the reproductive behaviour of cetaceans in their natural environment is limited. It is know, however, that whales are intensely sexual animals, using sex not…

Inspiration – Icelandair

A two-week trip to Iceland filled me with love for the land of volcanoes, icebergs, elves, and chocolate-covered licorice. It also filled me with ideas. Over the next few weeks, I’ll be sharing a mini Iceland-Inspiration series of clever ideas, interesting exhibits, and approaches to ponder. Enjoy! Let’s start at the very beginning, shall we?…

“It Burned, Burned, Burned, And Things Were Very Historical”

I’m a few days late with this anniversary but, like with anniversaries, better late than never. On August 24th, 1814, British troupes burned down the White House during a battle of the War of 1812 (which really needs to change its name to the War of 1812-1815 because: accuracy). My American-half is bummed this happened;…