061 The Last Unicorn - Give Us More Pirate Cat!  

Morgan, Chelsea, Mason and special guest host Whitney Grace come together to discuss Rankin-Bass's 1982 film The Last Unicorn.


■ Email from Zora, requesting one of her favorite movies from her childhood.
■ Main Discussion: The Last Unicorn
■ History of Rankin-Bass, adapting this film and the retro website.
■ First memories, major themes.
■ The red bull doesn't give you wings (and turn you into an alicorn).
■ History of unicorn in folklore. Powers of the unicorn horn.
■ Gotta love the Harpy and crazy Mommy Fortuna.
■ Things get Studio Jiggling on us real fast!
■ List of movies where animals turn into humans and visa versa.
■ The pirate cat is the best part of this movie! He needs his own Saturday morning spinoff cartoon!
■ Deep thoughts with Chelsea: "There are no happy endings because there is no end."; What does the red bull represent?
■ We rate it!
■ Mail bag: Luis, David Lee, Georgina, Adriana, Mike, and Marc.

Runtime: 1:54:05, 30.8MB


■ Watch The Last Unicorn: Blu-ray | DVD | Digital | Rent
■ The Last Unicorn Novel
■ Listen to The Last Unicorn novel on Audible
■ Luis Escobar's top 10 lists: Top 10 best animated superhero moviesTop 10 best animated superhero TV shows & Top 10 Disney movies
■ David's DeviantArt account and Elsa drawing

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103: Growing a Unicorn Company 57,000% in three years with Tom Bilyeu of Quest Nutrition  

The term "unicorn company" describes a startup valued at over $1 billion that managed to get there in a relatively short period of time. Usually when we talk about unicorn companies, we're dealing with Silicon Valley and the cutting edge of the tech scene. Companies that are disruptive in the sense that they've created something totally new.

Rarely, however, do we find a unicorn company that started out in an overcrowded and declining market. Yet somehow, despite the odds, Tom Bilyeu, co-founder of Quest Nutrition, turned a fledgling startup into a powerhouse in just six years.

When Quest Nutrition first hit the scene with their protein bars, they were told by almost every expert in the space that it was insane and that it was guaranteed to fail. Yet Bilyeu and his co-founders persevered and tackled the problem in a way that no one else had thought of before.

First they focused on their customers, to empower them and actually help them make healthy and positive changes in their lives. In short, they treated their customers differently than their competitors.

The result was explosive, growing by 57,000% in their first three years and cracking the $1 billion mark three years later.

We were lucky to sit down with Bilyeu and have him give us the breakdown and strategy behind Quest Nutrition and how they became the unicorn company they are today.

In this interview you will learn:

The challenges of managing a hyper-growth company and how to overcome them How to navigate the classic entrepreneurial debate of profit vs. growth Why you need to evangelize to your customer whenever you can How to build brand loyalty and have your audience believe in your vision How to crack the notoriously difficult and crowded health and nutrition market & much more!
The Unicorn  

Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the unicorn. In the 5th century BC a Greek historian, Ctesias, described a strange one-horned beast which he believed to live in a remote area of India. Later classical scholars, including Aristotle and Pliny, added to his account of this animal which they called the monoceros, a vicious ass-like creature with a single horn in the middle of its forehead.For centuries the monoceros or unicorn was widely accepted to be a real - if rarely seen - beast. It appears in the Bible, and in the Middle Ages became a powerful Christian symbol. It continued to be represented in art and literature throughout the Renaissance, when 'unicorn horn' became one of the most valuable commodities on earth, thanks to its supposed properties as an antidote to poison. As late as the seventeenth century, scientists believed they had found conclusive proof of the existence of unicorns. It was some time before the animal was shown to be a myth; four hundred years on, the unicorn retains much of its fascination and symbolic power.With:Juliette WoodAssociate Lecturer in Folklore at Cardiff UniversityLauren KassellLecturer in the History and Philosophy of Science at the University of CambridgeDavid EkserdjianProfessor of the History of Art and Film at the University of Leicester.Producer: Thomas Morris.

The Unicorn  

Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the unicorn. In the 5th century BC a Greek historian, Ctesias, described a strange one-horned beast which he believed to live in a remote area of India. Later classical scholars, including Aristotle and Pliny, added to his account of this animal which they called the monoceros, a vicious ass-like creature with a single horn in the middle of its forehead.For centuries the monoceros or unicorn was widely accepted to be a real - if rarely seen - beast. It appears in the Bible, and in the Middle Ages became a powerful Christian symbol. It continued to be represented in art and literature throughout the Renaissance, when 'unicorn horn' became one of the most valuable commodities on earth, thanks to its supposed properties as an antidote to poison. As late as the seventeenth century, scientists believed they had found conclusive proof of the existence of unicorns. It was some time before the animal was shown to be a myth; four hundred years on, the unicorn retains much of its fascination and symbolic power.With:Juliette WoodAssociate Lecturer in Folklore at Cardiff UniversityLauren KassellLecturer in the History and Philosophy of Science at the University of CambridgeDavid EkserdjianProfessor of the History of Art and Film at the University of Leicester.Producer: Thomas Morris.

Crappy Clients and Unicorn Farts with Paul Jarvis  

Paul Jarvis and Bryce Bladon discuss crappy clients and unicorn farts. 

Paul teaches The Creative Class and runs a popular freelancing newsletter about unicorn farts. He also insisted unicorn farts were mentioned as much as possible in this episode's description. 

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FDR3777 Let Western Civilization Fall? - Call In Show - August 2nd, 2017  

Question 1: [2:00] – “How do you convince a small town that is coming on hard times to refuse government assistance? More directly, how do you convince a laid off coal miner trying to make ends meet for his children to use free enterprise to better his lot when there's a politician ready to say, ‘Give me power, and I'll take money from the city and give it to you,’ especially if the future looks bleak to him? This comes from my anecdotal observation that leftists hate guns until an armed right winger saves their life from a mugger, and right wingers hate government until a left winger gives them government drip to tide them and their family over in a crisis.”

Question 2: [37:46] – “You have compared God to a mythical unicorn, in that the inability to empirically prove either's existence is a sign of nonexistence. The difference however is that God has a perceivable effect on the world and a unicorn does not. Love, courage and beauty are the chief examples that go beyond our biological queues and speak to something greater than nature. In the case of UPB, for behavior to be preferable that means there is behavior that is not preferable. But in nature there is no such thing as preferable or not preferable, just whether or not urges are satisfied and reproduction takes place. Doesn't our ability to discern between what is moral and immoral in a society and in ourselves speak to the effect God has on our world vs. the nonexistence of a unicorn?”

Question 3: [54:39] – “Though I'm fairly self-aware, in my relationship there are issues that are rooted in my own insecurities, the biggest issue being jealousy. I feel so jealous all the time because I feel inferior to other women (mostly physically), and this stresses me out in every way it possibly could. Not only do I already feel bad about myself because of how I am, but I also feel bad about the way that I treat my partner, because I never want him to stress about anything. I've gone so far as to avoid going out and participating in certain activities with him because I don't want to risk him being around a woman that would be more attractive than myself. Although I've listened in and gotten a few ideas as to why my mind functions this way, I can't feel confident enough in my reasoning to move forward and properly handle the issue. So, for the sake of my partnership, what is causing these insecurities and how do I use this knowledge to prevent the downfall of my love life?”

Question 4: [2:05:13] – “How do you feel about the general viewpoint of the west being the villain by trying to act as a cop and constantly financing the rebelling, more often than not terrorist fractions in countries like Syria, Iraq, and of Yugoslavia? There's a good portion of people on the Balkans who feel as if their countries are being colonized, mainly by Germany and the US, what are your thoughts on this form of brutal capitalism?”

Question 5: [2:20:15] – “The question I ask is not related only to Syrian refugees, but to all other less well-off people around the world in comparison to the western world: when is it acceptable to allow people to die in deplorable conditions?”

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Baby Daddy S:6 | Ben Rides A Unicorn E:3 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow  

AFTERBUZZ TV — Baby Daddy edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of ABC Family’s Baby Daddy. In this show, hosts James Lott Jr. and Dakota T. Jones discuss episode 3. ABOUT BABY DADDY: ABC Family’s Baby Daddy is an original comedy television series that premiered on June 20, 2012. The series follows Ben, […]

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Premiere: Darius Syrossian - Unicorn Zone (Original Mix)  

♫ Read More ♫: "Unicorn Zone" is available 6 February on 20/20 Vision

Firm Boundaries - Episode 393 - The Knitmore Girls  

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On The Needles:(0:33)


Jasmin is working on the Bifrost scarf from a kit by Infinite Twist, and is about two thirds done. She loves using the bicycle clips.


Gigi has been working on preemie hats and has had also had a request for newborn size hats, which are also sometimes needed. Our donations go to the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center NICU.


Jasmin has made some progress on the Anna sweater. Gigi has swatched for the Pop blanket by Tincanknits, out of Tess Yarns Rainbow mini skein gradient kit.

Jasmin is going to knit the Vivid blanket out of her Rainbow kit.


There will be hashtags for instagram, and  so you can follow our progress on #blanketstatement. 

We mention the Persian Tiles blanket.

Gigi has been working on a secret project out of of Black Trillium Fibres, in Sublime DK Gradient kit superwash merino in the colors Coral, Tidewater, and Ursa.


Jasmin has been working on the Gone astray cardigan and it is almost to the armholes.

Also, she is making progress on the Live long and Prosper socks for Andrew.  And she is thrilled that Susan B. Anderson tells you the weight for how much you need for heels in her Smooth Operator Socks pattern. 



 Operation Sockdrawer is up and running again.

Parameters for participating in the #operationsockdrawer contest:


Participants: post a picture to the ravelry forum, or to instagram with the #operationsockdrawer, have your ravelry name on your instagram profile. Feel free to double dip your projects.


Projects will be judged on originality and general delightfulness.

Our newest prize is a skein of sock yarn from Lisa Souza in the Francois colorway.


  #projectsweaterchest. This is the sweater equivalent of #operationsockdrawer. We want to encourage you to knit yourself a chest full of sweaters. This contest also has been inspired by Susan B. Anderson and her fast forward video of her top 10 sweaters.


We have lots of great prizes to give away. Feel free to double dip with any other KAL.

FYI: The Buffalo Wool Company has their Fall Sweater Challenge fro

20VC: Building a Game Changing Consumer Startup and Hunting His 4th Unicorn with Jim Scheinman @ Maven Ventures  

Jim Scheinman is the Founder and Managing Partner @ Maven Ventures, a leading seed stage consumer VC with investments in the likes of AngelListWealthFront and Altspace. Prior to founding Maven, Jim was a pioneer in the early days of the social media revolution as Head of Business Development and Sales at the first social networking site, Friendster. However, in 2005, Jim left Friendster to join co-founders Michael and Xochi Birch to launch Bebo as the first employee and Board member. Bebo later went on to become a unicorn for Jim, however, that was not his only unicorn as he was also an investor in Tango ($bn valuation) and NBCi (IPOd for 6bn.)

We would like to say a special thank you to Mattermark for providing all the data used in the show today and you can check out Mattermark Search here!

Click To Play   In Today's Episode You Will Learn:

1.) How Jim made his way into startups and the investing industry?

2.) What was it like being in the midst of the social media revolution as it was taking place? How does Jim view the social scene today? Why does Jim think there is skepticism to investing in social?

3.) On consumer mobile Fred Wilson stated: ‘doing anything in the consumer mobile space is super hard. i can’t think of many consumer mobile apps that have gained massive traction and sustained it. can you?' So why is the space so hard? Is it not a monopoly play with the dominant incumbents? 

4.) How has Jim seen the consumer landscape develop over the last decade with the rise of mobile? How can you tackle the distribution challenges inherent within mobile? Does Jim agree that with mobile consumer product market fit is no longer enough to gain a large user base?

5.) What are the core elements of building a successful consumer business? What are the challenges? Is there a pareto’s principle on this, with 20% determining 80% of the returns?

Items Mentioned In Today's Episode:

Jim's Fave Book: The Boys In The Boat 

Jim's Fave Blog: MattermarkStrictly VCTechCrunch

Jim's Most Recent Investment: HomeMade

As always you can follow The Twenty Minute VCHarry and Jim on Twitter here! If you would like to see a more colourful side to Harry with many a mojito session, you can follow him on Instagram here!


Startup news from Germany – October 2015  

Hey, We are back with a new episode of our monthly startup news podcast show. Tune in and enjoy the latest startup news from Germany. Show notes: German Startup Monitor 2015 has been published in the break between News.; Unicorns: Venture investor Bill Gurley predicts startup failure Salesforce billionaire and angel investor Marc Benioff says unicorn startups are a 'huge mistake' 2015 – The year of the dead unicors A New Unicorn Was Created Every Four Days In Q3'15 Xing becomes a unicorn Investments/Stock Exchange: Goverment development bank KfW wants to invest one billion Euro in German startups Eine Milliarde Euro für Start-ups - WiWo Gründer Scout24 group was listed Scout24 IPO price set at 30 euro-per-share US based ACI Worldwide buys Munich based pay.on Kleiner Perkins invests in Berlin based Startup Relayr Zencap Victory Park Capital gives Zencap 230 mn EUR Zencap in our german Interview - Funding Circle acquisition of Zencap Funding Circle and Zencap merge Next Media Accelerator introduces first cohort HelloFresh in the news Revenues and more here No IPO for Hello Fresh 200mn Euro for French BlaBlaCar Fintech Paydirekt is the Paypal clone of German banks Knowhow for those with vision: NYTimes thinks that for Delivery Startups 1999 (pre dotcom bubble) is back Good News for Europe, where €3.47 billion in venture capital have been raised in Q2 BitDrones gives you another take on virtural reality with interactive flying microbots One brief how-to-guide on how to turn a startup into a global giant Some good news for refugees on how entrepreneurs and aid groups are helping them with digital tools More news on smart cars and car tech: Who are the investors piling money in them and where does it go? An attempt to predict the success of a startup on the concept alone Need to watch: 5 TEDTalks for every entrepreneur TEDxRheinMain also has some interesting videos, like "Disruptive Economy" Stanford Graduate School of Business on design thinking The Economist makes a case that patents hinder innovation Bronte Capital: Really great to put this in perspective: Amazon vs. Alibaba it is shocking how big they are, even compared to Amazon

036: Coté's Book, on How to Be Coté Coté. Also, DockerCon & ROI.  

After discussing which days holidays usually land on, we discuss the news out of DockerCon, along with some unicorn talk based on a recent a16z chart-fest of tech funding. Then we talk ROI. It’s riveting!

With Brandon Whichard, Matt Ray, and Coté.

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Show notes If you like video, see this episodes’ video recording. “Rise of the infrastructure plumbers”

It’s DockerCon this week…

Everything announced at DockerCon 2015 Docker joining the OCP effort "The Docker client, engine, daemon, orchestration tools, etc. will continue to live at Docker… We will continue to provide a well-integrated tool chain for developers. We are purposely not trying to standardize the many things which are in areas where there is still a diversity of opinions and approaches.” (official Docker blog post) VMware getting more API friendly, wrapping containers in VMs and such-like. IBM showing up big Some momentum stats: “They have grown from a project launched by Solomon Hykes in 2013 to a one that has 40,000 Docker-based tools and over 150,000 Docker-based applications. It has been downloaded more than 500 million times.” Microsoft buying Docker? - “investors wouldn’t sell for less than $3.5 billion” Related: blogs as the new press release. A16Z U.S. Technology Funding – What’s Going On? Check out the Mckinsey titles! “And tech IPOs are essentially dead" Discussion from Ben Thompson. “Realtime” Unicorn tracker What’s “ROI"? I’ve been trying to figure this out of late. Saving money on one option vs. another? Creating growth? Proof that you made a good choice? ROI = (Gains - Cost)/Cost; e.g. ($20,000 - $10,000)/$10,000 = 100% ROI (yes, I made it a percentage, math nerds) Theory: ROI is only a useful metric for comparing costs of things, and if the gain is well understood and predictable. Misc. The DevOpsDays Austin recordings are up - Coté’s talk, Matt Ray debate, Damon’s value stream mapping, etc. Lords of Computing podcast - acquisitions are hard
017: Chasing the billion dollar ‘Unicorn’ companies of tech  

This week on Beers, Blokes and Business we had a chat about the 39 billion dollar tech companies which have been founded since 2013. What made them successful and what are the common characteristics? Sound interesting? Have a listen below: What will you learn from this podcast? What are business Unicorns? Are all the founders 20 year old Stanford dropouts? These 39 companies aren't all consumer facing businesses - what other business models are successful? Despite what the media would have us think, most of these companies were not overnight success stories The blokes also introduce an "interesting" new #BBB drinking game And find out what we think the next major wave of technology innovation will be. Links from the podcast A big thanks to the Complete Basket Case for providing this week's beer! The Techcrunch article we kept banging on about was: Welcome to the Unicorn Club And another great article on Unicorns Fred Destin's article on the valuation of Snapchat despite no revenues (edited: Thanks for comment Fred) An article on Yahoo!'s $1.1 billion acquisition of Tumblr Everpix raised $2.3 million, and then they were crunched Yammer is the business David Sacks sold to Microsoft for $1.2 billion and he just tweeted about Unicorns. Useful terminology for startup outcomes: "Unicorn" = $1B+ company "Decicorn" = $10B+ company "Centicorn" = $100B+ company (Via @briansin) — David Sacks (@DavidSacks) December 7, 2013   Jeff Bezos promises Amazon will soon be delivering packages using drones and Josh Rowe was quick on the Tweet Amazing -> Delivery drones are coming: Jeff Bezos previews half-hour shipping from Amazon | The Verge #eCommerce — Josh Rowe (@joshrowe) December 2, 2013   Reading List: The Age of Context by by Robert Scoble On this BBB podcast were: @seancallanan from Sports Geek @jimboot from @stevevallas from The Honey Bar @joshrowe from @lukemccormack from Flippa The tasty beverage inhaled by the blokes in this podcast was Pale Ale from 4 Pines Brewing Company (@4pinesbeer). Download this episode here but we'd prefer you to subscribe in iTunes, Stitcher or this feed if you don't use iTunes. Jim showing the blokes how to wear a shirt... THANK YOU We are ranked #1 in Australia iTunes store for Business & have hit #50 OVERALL. If you have downloaded (and listened as well), thank you very much, over 11,000 downloads so far.  We are very humbled at the response #BBB has received. (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); = id; js.src = "//"; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk')); Post by Beers, Blokes & Business.

Nils Petter Sundgren 2004  

Om Nils Petter Sundgren Presenterade Filmkrönikan på SVT 1963-91 och samtidigt var filmchef där större delen av tiden. 1993 bytte han läger och blev TV4:s filmkommentator. Även bakgrund som flitigt verksam skrivande journalist för bland annat Expressen och Månadsjournalen. Debutant. Producent: Kerstin Brunnberg Musiken som spelades i programmet: John (6) Williams ”Star Wars” John (6) Williams STAR WARS A NEW HOPE / RCA 09026 68746 2 Lesley Garrett ”Rinaldo Nr 22 Akt 2, Lascia Ch’io Pianga” Georg Friedrich Händel FILMMUSIK / VIRGIN 7243 8 49630 2 6 Uppgift Saknas ”Gycklarnas Afton” Karl Birger Blomdahl Bernard Herrmann ”The Bathroom” Bernard Herrmann PSYCHO / UNICORN UKCD 2021 Bernard Herrmann ”The Murder” Bernard Herrmann PSYCHO / UNICORN UKCD 2021 Bernard Herrmann ”The Body” Bernard Herrmann PSYCHO / UNICORN UKCD 2021 Uppgift Saknas ”Musik Ur Filmen Matrix” Uppgift Saknas Eric Ericson ”Die Zauberflöte” Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart TROLLFLÖJTEN / EMI 7498712 Ray Charles ”Georgia On My Mind” Hoagy Carmichael VERY BEST OF RAY CHARLES / RHINO RECORDS 8122 79822-2 Jeanne Moreau ”Le Tourbillon” Georges Delerue GODARD TRUFFAUT CHABROL ET LES AUTRES / MILAN 887 825 2 Carlo Savina ”La Dolce Vita” Nino Rota LA DOLCE VITA / CAM CSE 009 Rod Stewart ”You Go To My Head” J Fred Coots IT HAD TO BE YOU / J RECORDS 74321 96867 2 Ulf Björlin ”Fredmans Epistel Nr 2 (Nå Skruva Fiolen)” Carl Michael Bellman FREDMANS EPISTLAR & SÅNGER / EMI 7483692 Frank Zappa ”Montana” Frank Zappa APOSTROPHE’ / ZAPPA CDZAP 18 Lou Abelardo ”Happy Days Are Here Again” Milton Ager LOOKING ON THE BRIGHT SIDE / ASV CD AJA 5255 Steppenwolf ”Born To Be Wild” Mars Bonfire EASY RIDER / MCA 119 153-2 Louis Armstrong ”West End Blues” Joe King Oliver LOUIS ARMSTRONG (1928-31) / HOT ROD HRM 6602 Alberta Hunter ”I Got Myself A Workin’ Man” Alberta Hunter SONGS WE TAUGHT YOUR MOTHER / PRESTIGE OBCCD-520-2 Riccardo Muti ”Symfoni Nr 9 D-Moll Op 125” Ludwig Van Beethoven SYMFONI NR 9 D-MOLL OP 125 / ANGEL CDC 749493 2

38 - What if werewolves and unicorns were real and everyone had a unicorn as a pet?  

It's Zack and Zizi's turn to hit the road as they ride their new unicorn pets all the way to Wizarding School. With Abacus P. Grumbled as headmaster, what could possibly go wrong?

Lessons include: unorthodox problem solving can be fun, keeping a pet is a lot of work, giving a little means a lot (especially if you do it regularly)

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TRC #447: March For Science + Is Witchcraft a Crime in Canada? + Does a Unicorn Frappuccino Contain Coffee?  

Welcome to another episode of your fave fact-checkin’ show! Darren kicks things off with a recap and discussion of April 22’s March For Science. Cristina looks into whether witchcraft is an actual crime under Canada’s Criminal Code. Finally, Adam asks the burning question on all of our minds lately...does the new Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino contain any coffee?

Unicorn Frap, Jeff Goldblum, State Department Advertises Mar-A-Lago, Declaration Discovery, Confederate Memorial Removed, French Election, Muddy Jeans, Writer's Strike, Trumps First 100 Days  

Hey folks! Gonna try something new in the description! Let us know what you think! 


Intro (0:24-10:50)

Bevs Like These

Unicorn Frap

Goldblum signs on to Jurassic World sequel


Beyond The Headlines (10:54-33:08)

State Department Promotes Mar-A-Lago

Parchment Copy of Declaration of Independence Discovered

New Orleans Removes Confederate Memorials

French Presidential Elections

Nordstrom Mud Jeans


Impending Writer’s Strike (34:40-46:57)

Trumps First 100 Days (47:02-1:03:39)

Wi-Five (1:03:52-1:07:36)

Outro (1:07:41)

K&B Podcast: Friday April 21st: Movie Beat, Rap Battle: Zdog Vs. KOM, and Unicorn Frappuccinos  

Open. Showbiz Beat. Movie Beat. Allie Makes Us Guess. Trumpdate. King Of Mexico vs. Zdog. 8 Year Old Drives His Sister to McDonalds. Showbiz Beat. Mole. Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino. Showbiz Beat.

Episode 229: "Aesthetically Pleasing Donuts"  

Thank you for watching! 

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2017 Box O' Sox KAL
January 1, 2017 - January 1, 2018
(Ravelry Chatter Thread)
I created a bundle in the group for you to share your favorite sock patterns!

Honey KAL
Co-hosted with Nina of "This Old Knit"
December 1 — April 1, 2017

Helen Stewart / Curious Handmade-a-long KAL
April 1 — May 1

Mauve-a-long KAL
Co-hosted with Shawna of "Adelaide Cottage"
May 1 — TBD


Vanilla Socks (Box O' Sox KAL Pair #3)
Narwhal Needlework, "Squid Ink"I also mention that I want to cast on a pair of Apple Blossom socks by Helen Stewart using Norah George Yarns in her "Thistle" colorway.

Snowmelt MKAL  by Helen Stewart (Curious Handmade)
Voolenvine Yarns, Nouveau, (A) "Poe", (B) "Moonburn", (C) "Aphrodisiac"
Askewsme Shawl by Stephen West
Voolenvine Yarns, Wolke, "Gothday Cake", "Grim", "The Last Unicorn", "Prickly Pear", "Yarn Pimp X" / Blitzed, "Figbash"
I also show off some progress keepers and a pin by Hanna from The Corner of Craft
Honey Pullover by Amy Miller
Voolenvine Yarns, Wolke, "Taiga" + "Dirty On Purpose"It's living in my Love Sock Wool Unicorn Project bag

This week I received two lovely packages from Shawna of Adelaide Cottage and Nina of the This Old Knit Podcast.


Next Update: Saturday, April 1 @ 10am EST


This Old Knit with NinaAdelaide Cottage with ShawnaCreative Musings with Casey Love Sock Wool with SaraCurious Handmade with Helen Stewart

What I'm watching:
The Strain (Hulu)Harlots (Hulu)What I'm Reading (via Audiobook):
The Book of Life by Deborah Harkness 


Då blir Neo en unicorn, tech-kontor mot börsen och appar som fixar deklarationen  

Sven och Jonas pratar om kontorshotellet Convendums stundande börsnotering. De analyserar sedan Sveriges nästa unicorn-bolag: Neo Technology. De avhandlar också Female Founders, som snart går av stapeln på Epicenter i Stockholm, apparna som fixar din deklaration och Christer Jacobssons nya doldislåda.

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