Dollar Shave Club

Posted on March 7, 2012 Under Life

Dollar Shave Club. I'm in.  Genius.

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Suite Arrival

Posted on May 31, 2010 Under Travel

Last year, Michael Lewis found himself traveling quite frequently from New Jersey to Santa Barbara, CA. You see, as the Director of Product Development for a tech company that was being acquired by a west coast SAS company, trips to…

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Quirky Relaunch

Posted on February 1, 2010 Under Design

My boys at Quirky finally got the big redesign done on their site. Very nice, go check it out and buy some socially developed products! Full Disclosure (Hat tip to the FTC): I’m a minority shareholder and advisor to Quirky.

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New Behance Action Method Products

Posted on January 20, 2010 Under Design

Behance is back with new and improved Action Method Products! (Action Journals, Dot Grid Journals, and Action Cahiers shown here). They look gorgeous, just gorgeous. They're now also made 100% recycled and ecologically sound, in a unique partnership with New…

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The Apple Magic Mouse

Posted on October 20, 2009 Under Gadgetry

Well, the Mighty Mouse was a flop. How will the Magic Mouse do? A gorgeous place to start, that's for sure.

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Posted on August 21, 2009 Under Design

Great product ideas happening over at Quirky as usual! Check this lightbulb shaped bedside clock"“ the alarm illuminates the bulb as you wake up if the blaring sound isn't enough. This product is in pre-sale and 300 need to be…

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MOMA's Destination: Brazil Product Collection

Posted on April 28, 2009 Under Design

Being an outsider sucks. We sometimes feature products on our site, like kicks, that are available only in Brazil, and we're definitely guilty for making you salivate and yearn for them. Today we're psyched to tell you about the launch…

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New Soap, Old Bottle

Posted on April 20, 2009 Under Eco

The minds behind New Soap, Old Bottle are marketing multifuncionality in the form of new liquid soap sold in reused plastic and glass bottles. After being sanitized, the former Coke and Heineken bottles are filled with home or car cleaner,…

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Vipp x Yellow Cab Series

Posted on April 3, 2009 Under Design

I always wondered during my travels to Europe if an expensive line of trashcans from Denmark would gain traction in design and shelter magazine-obsessed America. When I saw the line was picked up by Water Works and DWR (not to…

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Saving The World With Ditto Hangers

Posted on September 8, 2008 Under Eco

It's estimated that 8-10 billion un-recyclable plastic and wire hangers are wasted every year, and they end up clogging our landfills, requiring more than 1,000 years to break down. Kind of a big deal, that's like 4.6 Empire State Buildings…

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