Several years ago, Alan McConchie created the Pop Vs. Soda project that attempted “to plot the regional variations in the use of the terms “Pop” and “Soda” to describe carbonated soft drinks.” I wonder if usage has shifted over time.
Root Beer is our favorite Zevia flavor
For many years I have been occasionally drinking diet soda, but always with a slight hesitation because I was unsure how healthy the drink ACTUALLY was. Now there is no need for that. I can whole heartedly consume a drink and know it is all natural and zero calorie. How is this possible? Stevia.
Stevia is an herb that has been used for centuries in South and Central America to sweeten food and teas. According to Zevia’s site, “ZEVIATM contains none of the chemically processed artificial sugar substitutes found in diet sodas because it is sweetened with natural stevia. Diet sodas also contain artificial flavors and colors. ZEVIATM does not. With great effort, expense, and painstaking care, Zevia LLC found the healthiest, all natural ingredients available. Many “natural” sodas contain sugar which means calories. Diet sodas are usually sweetened with processed artificial sweeteners which means chemicals. ZEVIATM with stevia is the only truly all natural diet soda…”
YouTube videos that show a group of friends apparently cooking kernels of popcorn with their cellphones have been viewed more than a million times since they were uploaded.
Pop art… literally!
It’s amazing what you can do with time to spare and a lot of soft drink cans. See the full image after the jump.
A product that is long overdue
The Snap Capp is something very special, and yet is so simple. Simply put, the Snap Capp is “a plastic re-closable top designed to snap onto virtually all 12 and 16 ounce aluminum beverage cans”.
This impressive music video by Tay Zonday received YouTubes Music Video of the Year Award.