Posted on November 13, 2008 Under Life

The advent of the Internet has more or less made television the antiquated way of keeping up with the informational Joneses. Monitoring the World Wide Web for what's going on is as easy as HTTP. Unfortunately, the sites you check…

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Freeman Transport

Posted on October 27, 2008 Under Gadgetry

By now you should have already heard of Freeman Transport, the Montana-based (whoa - not Portland?) bike artisans building collapsible bikes for travel. The idea of flying to another continent and pedaling my way across the countryside has always intrigued me, and…

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The Stylophone

Posted on October 27, 2008 Under Music

You've always longed to make beautiful music, the only problem is sometimes the magic comes to you at the most inopportune times. If you're the type who always has a synth-heavy tune in your head but needs to have a…

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SpearTalks: Seth Godin

Posted on October 24, 2008 Under Life

Many of you met Seth when he told you to be a purple cow. Some of you met him when you fell upon his blog, one of the world's favorites. The luckiest of you met him in person, either at…

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Posted on October 24, 2008 Under Design

Touch displays are going to transform the way we use computers. MultiTouch, a Finland-based company, has just released a truly amazing modular based multi-touch display. They're completely scalable, from the size of a laptop screen to screens that measure over…

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Guggenheim x Revolving Hotel Room

Posted on October 23, 2008 Under Art
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Credit Card Cutlery

Posted on October 21, 2008 Under Gadgetry

Having to eat on the run is common for a lot of us. One of the main inconveniences is not always having the silverware. Credit Card Cutlery is a utensil set the size of a business card that's perfect for…

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SpearTalks: Joshua Gajownik

Posted on October 17, 2008 Under Design

The creative industry: Yeesh. On one hand, working in it can result in the most un-careery of all careers; an endlessly fulfilling extension of what you love into what you do. On the flipside, that same industry can be the…

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Growing Jewelry and Napbooks

Posted on October 14, 2008 Under Fashion

I'm having trouble finding the words to show my excitement over Finnish Product Designer Hafsteinn Juliusson's inventiveness. I'm more or less in awe of two of his latest prototype creations. First, his growing jewelry gives new meaning to the term…

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American Memory Project

Posted on October 13, 2008 Under Life

William Morrison and Justin Bennett give us a glimpse into the future's impression of the past by combing through the Library of Congress' American Memory Archives. The post-apocalyptic artists bringing us this message have no context within which to decipher…

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