Google Maps

Posted on February 9, 2005 Under Travel

Google has done it again with their Google Maps. Another awesome addition to their lineup of tools. It does directions, business location, and is totally awesome. You can pan and zoom in and out on locations with ease. It's a…

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Moto, Chicago

Posted on February 4, 2005 Under Food

Everyone seems to be talking about this guy Homaro Cantu, who serves edible photos and sushi prepared on his i560 ink jet printer in his restaurant Moto in Chicago. There is a New York Times article about him and his…

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Posted on December 13, 2004 Under Design

Laptop Backpacks and Rugged PowerBook Bags by BOOQ. The Viper sleeves are ballistic nylon-covered molded foam sleeves. Fits like a glove. I've got a BOOQ 3G iPod cover and the quality is awesome. Check their site for more designs. Two…

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Seaplane Designs

Posted on December 12, 2004 Under Fashion

The Portland, OR based boutique Seaplane is leading what SOMA has called an "independent fashion movement". Their idea has brought out some nice and interesting women's clothing designs. The unique designs strive to bring fashion back as an art; and…

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Knomo Bag

Posted on November 24, 2004 Under Gadgetry

British bag manufacturer Knomo has an innovative product in laptop security and travel. Not another little trendy laptop case, the Knomo bags offer something more than just style. These bags include a tracking-tag system, the Knomo tracker, which makes it…

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Seat Guru

Posted on November 16, 2004 Under Travel

Seat Guru is the ultimate resource for airplane seating and in-flight services. A resource that has made my travel bookmarks instantly. I am that guy that calls the night before to confirm my seats and push for an upgrade to…

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