I know it's been said a million times already, but no way would I use this service after they shut down Reader.
Maybe they're just fishing to see how much marketshare they can take away from Evernote? If it's enough they'll keep it and improve it. But if it doesn't capture enough marketshare, I expect to see it culled in a few years as well.
I was seriously coming here to say the exact same thing. Right now I am a web developer, but I've been dreaming about starting a medium sized aquaponics farm. I'm currently building a system that will use my master bath as a fish tank to learn the ropes.
Ha! That's awesome! It's seriously the future of food security for urban areas. I'm dreaming up low-rise & high-rise apartment developments where there's dedicated floors of aquaponics, securing food for those people in the building. Rooftop gardens will have chickens and goats. Bet we could develop an awesome app systemising the process too. Good times!
I'm not American, so am more influenced by what I've seen in Australia and my travels around South-East Asia. There are many urban areas that are not surrounded by arable land, or the arable land they have is dedicated to growing cash crops for export. Globally there's a massive movement towards locally-grown, organically-sourced, low-mileage food, so aquaponics is one solution that taps that.
Its optimistic to call the effort 'massive'. Current agricultural practices are massive. The movement toward local produce is 'boutique' maybe. In fact the whole organic food deal is a speck on the agribusiness landscape.
A couple months ago, reddit started refusing requests from my web scraper. Figured out they started checking the user agent and refusing connections that didn't look like they came from a user's browser. Unless I missed an announcement somewhere, it doesn't seem like they're overly friendly about allowing web scrapers.