I just picked up the latest issue of Cereal Magazine. As I’ve mentioned before, Cereal is one of the most beautiful periodicals I’ve ever encountered with amazing photography and travel writing. Check it out!
First of all, I didn’t know there was a Museum of Food & Drink. Second, they made a cereal blaster?! Awesome.
I’ve posted about this technology from Fulton Innovation before, but here’s a much clearer video of wireless power on store shelves powering product box displays as well as battery-required product examples.
TODAY IS NATIONAL CEREAL DAY. And to celebrate, the Time Warner building has unveiled a 6′x8′ vertical map of the United States made completely out of cereal. Each state’s cereal make-up is different from the next.
Everybody needs a little bit of iron in their body. Iron is good for you in moderation! Turns out you get a lot of it from your morning cereal. If you dissolve your cereal in a ziplock bag and swoosh it around, you can literally trace the iron particles with a magnet. Watch!