StoryOfStuff.com

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StoryOfStuff.com was a site that i stumbled upon and immediately was intrigued. Besides its super-sleek design, i was captivated by the simple animations that illustrate how humans are consuming the world’s resources.

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12 responses to this post.

  1. Nice post…It was worth repeating.

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  2. Posted by T. Longar on February 29, 2008 at 7:05 am

    Shame about all the over exaggerations and gross simplifications they make to get the point across. Still, very thought provoking and hopefully a call to action for all those that view it.

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  3. I don’t think they were over exaggerating or simplifying, I think they were looking at things from a macro level.

    I wonder if anyone would go as far as to suggest that the ideas and info presented here was untrue.

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  4. I would say that some of the ideas there are untrue…. also too many blanket statements.

    I found this site by googling… also I found this blog post which is pretty good:

    http://www.frozentoothpaste.com/2008/05/09/review-the-story-of-stuff/

    later,

    Adam in Phoenix, AZ

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  5. right, i believe everything i read at frozentoothpaste.com … the worlds greatest scholars convene there to … sound like dicks. Totally missed the point on this one, tooth paste…

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  6. Posted by inita on June 30, 2008 at 2:12 am

    at least someone is making an effort to increase our conciousness about the mess we are making of our environment——-a real eye opener!!!!

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  7. Posted by Donald on November 4, 2008 at 7:07 am

    The remark that a computer can be upgraded by replacing one component is pure BS and reveals a naive view of reality.

    It is well worth watching but the lack of playback controls is a problem.

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  8. Posted by Donald on November 4, 2008 at 7:12 am

    Something else: How come low-energy light bulbs (which supposedly last 10 times as long) now sell for one-tenth the price of incandescent light bulbs 10 years ago? Who is paying the true price of that?

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  9. light bulbs these days are getting replaced by compact fluorescents and LED based ones, original incandescent bulbs are power h “”

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  10. light bulbs are good for lighting the home but stay away from incandescent lamps because they generate so much heat ;-`

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