How is geospatial data discovering social problems?

Join us for a talk with Vizzuality on Wednesday, August 29th 6:30-8pm 

Vizzuality is a NY and Madrid based company whose mission is to make the world a better place one project at a time through the delivery of great experiences for stories that matter. Their flagship product, CartoDB is a cloud powered tool that makes the mapping, visualization and analysis of data an easy and intuitive process, utilized by such organizations as the United Nations Environment Programme, and NASA and  the Wall Street Journal, for complex biodiversity analysis, citizen science and data journalism applications, the product offers unparalleled scalability and ease of use.

Art Therapy with Essex Valley School

Our next exhibit featuring the works from students with behavior disorders.


About Essex Valley School:

A comprehensive therapeutic alternative school for students exhibiting behavior disorders. Services include: “integrated therapeutic services, departmentalized academic program, per-vocational programs.

RSVP for art therapy on Thursday, August 23rd 7-9pm at WECREATE (58 East 11th St. 8th Floor New York)

Tickets are now available for Picnic by Design on August 22nd!
Purchase your one of a kind picnic basket here by selecting the designer of your choice! You will receive your decked out basket upon arriving at the event.

Tickets are now available for Picnic by Design on August 22nd!

Purchase your one of a kind picnic basket here by selecting the designer of your choice! You will receive your decked out basket upon arriving at the event.

A fallen rainbow in Torres del Paine, Chile – by Dorothy.
Maptia.com is capturing our love for curiosity and travel.

A fallen rainbow in Torres del Paine, Chile – by Dorothy.

Maptia.com is capturing our love for curiosity and travel.

We chose an open work-space layout. It has several powerful advantages. Collaboration is a snap. Bracket is still a small enough company that we can have a company meeting by someone calling out “hey everybody, listen up.” That’s powerful. It also provides for very high density and therefore cost-effective seating.
Office Design: “Excellent” and “Expensive” Are Not The Same

Hack Your Lunch: Turning the midday bore into an exciting and energizing meal.

Food, in its purest form, is energy. It can be often delicious as well. But not everything is beneficial to your body. There are ways to combine whole grains, vegetables, fruits, protein and fat to create meals that you want to eat and your body is happy to have. Lunch is an optimal meal to take advantage of a perfect energy-taste balance.

Emily Hanhan of Nomnivorous.com will be leading a casual discussion about lunch today in all its facets. Learn how to hack your lunch so that you’re energized for the rest of the day AND excited to take your lunch break. It takes just a little bit of science and a whole lot of creativity to create lunches that last.

Whether you are making your lunches from scratch or buying them, try these changes and see what makes you feel the best:

Eat a “typical” lunch for you, whether homemade or commercially made.

  • 2 hours after lunch, how do you feel?

hungry / full / tired / energized / distracted / focused

  • 4 hours later, how do you feel?

hungry / full / tired / energized / distracted / focused

Add additional vegetables [double your normal portion] to your lunch

Observe your emotions at two and four hours as above.

Add additional protein [double your normal portion] to your lunch

Observe your emotions at two and four hours as above.

Add additional carbohydrates [double your normal portion] to your lunch

Observe your emotions at two and four hours as above.

Join us at WECREATE to learn more about your diet’s impact on your workday energy with Emily on Wednesday, July 25th 1-2pm

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