Honey harvest 2014
Since someone asked what the wax worms look like.
Ugh I really hate wax moths. So gross; slimed a whole super of stored wax. Eggs, webs, worms.
I haven’t been updating my bee log. This is what’s happened so far this year since April. Eventful!
One hive survived the winter, looks strong! Bees flying, pollen coming in, smells like nectar. Todo: Anti-swaming manipulations today.
Things I would change to sell dishwashers to Asians and have them actually use them for more than a drying rack:
Next time: Grandma, stop storing dishes in the oven. (A steamer mode??!)
Wife asks if I could make a program that continuously adds an item to a shopping cart, locking it so that no one else can buy it. I could, but I’m not. But a fun idea for a mildly subversive service (like ebay snipers).
See title. Company could provide standardized closets—much like moving pods—that people could place in their homes. Other people could now rent these “storage lockers” from their neighbors. Closets might be collapsable, might be insured, might have internet sensors for humidity and temp. Would definitely have locks. May subcontract to existing pod moving companies to move the pods around, or leave it to the end user to transport.
Competitive advantage: price is cheaper, storage is closer. Neighbors’ house instead of across the city.
Mark this ”silly, unfinished.” TVs orient a room, even when they are turned off. I want a sort of TV that will orient a room inwards, encouraging people to face and talk to each other. A campfire.