Urgent Need in Java

Posted on June 14, 2006 Under Life

Right now in Java there is still an enormous lack of awareness about the tragic earthquake that struck the region more than two weeks ago, leaving 600,000 people without homes or any supplies. I'd like to interrupt our normal posting…

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Artists Play Too

Posted on March 21, 2006 Under Fashion

New York Collective for the Arts is at it again! But this time they've teamed up in partnership with Fila to provide a platform for artists to showcase their creativity. The project will roll out in phases, the first phase…

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Amnesty International: Make Some Noise

Posted on February 15, 2006 Under Music

In honor of all things Ben Gibbard (Postal Service, Death Cab for Cutie) related, I have to mention the new single, "Grow Old with Me", Postal Service has written for Amnesty International's Make Some Noise campaign. In classic Postal Service…

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Regrowth: Katrina

Posted on September 8, 2005 Under Fashion

Threadless has the most generous company dollar matching program I have seen to date-- they're donating $20 for every Regrwoth: Katrina t-shirt sold. The shirts are only $10, and are designed by Ross Zietz, a new designer at Threadless. Go…

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Hurricane Katrina

Posted on September 5, 2005 Under Life

The recent disaster caused by Hurricane Katrina has left me speechless. All I can think to do is supply my readers with resources of well-deserving organizations to consider donating to -- organizations that provide immediate action, rescue and aid to…

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Posted on April 29, 2005 Under Gadgetry

It's no doubt many of us gadget-freaks have a cell phone or two laying around, beat up and bruised that we call "backup". Now you can put them to good use with RIPmobile, a company that collects cell phones and…

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Posted on January 10, 2005 Under Design

Snap, you break your skateboard deck, it's useless now"¦To the dumpster it goes"¦ But wait, someone, like Becky Hickey might want to use it for her one-of-a-kind line of bags and accessories constructed with recycled skateboards and some really high…

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Better Tomorrow

Posted on January 5, 2005 Under Art

Better Tomorrow was a large-scale group show with two distinct themes; exploring views of the world that we live in today vs. the world as it can be tomorrow. These pieces were wheat-pasted around NYC during the show. Proceeds from…

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Donation for the New Year

Posted on December 31, 2004 Under Life

If you are sitting here reading this, chances are you're more fortunate than hundreds of thousands of other people in Asia and Eastern Africa. I don't need to reiterate what happened; the numbers are growing and the realization of loss…

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