Man, I'm still full from breakfast. I must of hit 5 IHOP's on the way into work this morning. *burp* Here's your evening Sift. Enjoy.
A- Where else could you buy a a $1.4 million boat slip other than Fisher Island...at Curbed Miami.
The spot can handle boats as long as 85 feet with a draft up to 6 feet. But whoever buys it better have a really pretty boat. All of Fisher Island society will be staring it while they nibble on overpriced pizzas and other italian fare.B- Fatgirl Hedonist explains what Foodspotting is and why Miamians should be interested.
Foodspotting started out in California in 2009 and it acts almost like an instagram and gps for delicious food wherever you may be. Since it's inception, the app has gone global with a total of 140 communities worldwide.C- Go Hydrology! breaks out the graphs and shows us the drought index for the different parts of Florida.
D- Fatboy Slim is slated to play Ultra, according to Salty Eggs.
“There are three sorts of people: There are people who just like music. Then there are people who like music, but when they want to hear it, they just want to put their headphones on. Then there’s a third kind who love music, and when they hear it, all they want to do is play it to other people. They’re called DJs,” he says. “We are just built to do it. As soon as I hear a record, I can’t thoroughly enjoy it unless I share it with someone else.”E- Roy Black posts Part 3 of his The Business of Persuasion series.
I am a firm believer in getting impact right at the beginning of a speech. I have written several posts on this blog called the first minute.F- Life is good when you smile...at Hello, I'm Scott.
In three weeks, I end this little stint that I’ve been engaged in for the past two years, driving around this town on my scooter, delivering sandwiches. I’ll be ending regular interactions with strangers. When I first started, it was awesome. Exciting. Who knew what would happen next?! I held a job wherein I was hand-delivering happiness by way of food to strangers, working for a restaurant who had the words “Enjoy Life Every Day” written in big letters across the awning of their little shop. A shop with all the warmth of a little family run business. A great job, really.G- Eye on Miami shows us what Miami-Dade politicians are hanging out with the Christian Family Coalition.