The Life Cycle of the Greek Coffee Cup; Average American Homes Are Inhabited by 100s of Bugs

Posted On Tue, January 19, 2016 By

Posted On Tue, January 19, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • A new study shows that the average American home contains 100 arthropod species (aka insects and spiders). [The Guardian]
  • Get a look at the abandoned 1937 Staten Island Ferry, MV Mary Murray. [Urban Ghosts]
  • Here are the best and worst supermarkets in the nation. [Rare]
  • Thirty years ago you had about 17 minutes to escape a fire. Today it’s down to three or four thanks to synthetic materials. [Today]
  • The life, death and rebirth of “New York’s coffee cup,” the Greek Anthora paper cup. [Hopes & Fears]
  • Tour the Hudson Valley Greek Revival house of photographer Pieter Estersohn. [Arch Digest]



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