Author: David Bennett

If Only I Could Think Of A Product

It’s driving me nuts. Well, not nuts exactly, but I keep thinking of it. What is a product that I can sell, that has a market, that is easy to scale, that is easy and cheap to ship, and which I would feel pleased to market? I am due to be having a postponed conversation with someone I met who coaches on approaching problems by looking at them from an un-possible perspective. The way it works is that you define what you think is the problem and then you reverse it. So for the thing I talked about above, you would reverse it and say ‘something that is not easy to scale’ – and then look at what the options are for a product that satisfies that criterion. So for example – paintings. If I painted a picture, the market would be limited by how many paintings I could paint. Of course, that presupposes I could paint and paint something that would have a market, but you get the idea. So, I am due to …

Can You Identify This Flower (Solved)

My first thought (how do these things pop into one’s head?) was bistort, but then it plainly wasn’t. I looked in a wildflower book and the nearest were some mint varieties – but it wasn’t any of them. Then I asked on Twitter and Facebook, and on Twitter the answer came from Martin (@botanicalmartin) who said: I think it’s Phytolacca polyandra or Chinese Pokeweed which I guess is a garden plant and not very common escaped in the wild – map here I looked up the flower in Google and found some good photos – and it’s definitely Chinese Pokeweed. And the map that Martin mentioned also tallies because it show some specimens in Cambridge, which is where I photographed them. They are on the fringes of an area of wild flowers in a park just a few yards from the High Street. Were they sown, along with the wild flowers? Were they there from an earlier planting? Martin has a WP blog The Intermingled Pot, if you would like to take a look at …