Reykjavik — Once grown or bought, you put them into a pan of oil and cook. Serve with some nice salt and try your luck. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shishito
Reykjavik — Ground beef, bread crumbs, diced olives, basil and spices. Grilled to perfection.
Reykjavik — Some beautifully green algae covering the rocks by the shore. Amazing to think how much time this spends under the water as opposed to above it.
Newly sanded, cleaned and lacquered wooden floors. The new office space is shaping up nicely.
A 1996 pin from the first WWW conference. A gift from CERN for our hack day.
Our peppers have sprouted. No one is sure which are spicy and which are mild. https://sayhi.co/moments/9mdiyiq9
Something's brewing. Prototype Islands are looking good.
Delicious chocolate mochi.
The calm before the storm. 600 name badges to be handed out in a short time tomorrow before doors open.
A layer of knit clouds hovers over the patrons.
Latte down the drain makes for interesting patterns.
Mint, cantaloupe, syrup makes the medicine go down.
I spend half my days underwater. When the tide falls I can take another deep breadth.
Culture Night in Reykjavik. Street art abounds.
Welcome to the view from our second story submarine.
It's nearly meatball o'clock!
Not the most appetizing breakfast cereal.
Reversing the view. Normally I'm in the building looking out. This time I'm on the outside looking in.
36 years ago today, The King left the building for the last time.
Rain, rain go away. Come again another day.
Fresh bread at the office.
17.5 hours to collect supplies, place beads on the peg board, then iron. The results are mesmerizing.
We've been attempting to grow some Shishito Peppers. They are randomly spicy, so you never know what you'll get when you eat one.