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Dec 29, 2011

DIY Idea: Hand Gesture Pop-Up Greeting Cards

created at: 12/29/2011

Sometimes, it only takes a single hand gesture to effectively convey what we want to say. So those of you that are more inclined to use non-verbal communication might want to buy (or better yet, make!) one of these hand gesture pop-up greeting cards.… read more

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Dec 28, 2011

The Most Famous Photos of 2011...In LEGO

It's the end of the year, and thusly time to look back on some of the most powerful images of 2011...recreated in plastic bricks.

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Dec 28, 2011

The Done Manifesto: 13 Rules for Maximizing Your Creativity

Perhaps it's the end of the year, and you're searching for a resolution of sorts. Maybe you've noticed you're not using your time as well as you used to. Or, most likely, you're a productive, creative person, and you're always looking to find the best ways to do what you do best:… read more

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Dec 28, 2011

Blow My Mindsday: December 28, 2011

created at: 04/17/2013

Each Wednesday, I post some of my favorite can't-miss links, images, and otherwise mindblowing goodies from across the web.

The hashtag of the 2011 has to be: #firstworldproblems, an attempt to explore and poke fun at those little things that we find inconvenient, yet are unbearably trivial in light of their origins in privilege and especially when compared to actual struggles facing those all over the… read more

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Dec 27, 2011

How to: Make a Stylish iPad Case from a Notebook

Perhaps you found a new shiny iPad under your tree this year, or maybe you're just interested in warming up your high-end tech gear with some old school, classic-guy charm, but you've gotta check out this easy, yet secure, how-to for creating an iPad from an inexpensive paper notebook, which would work equally well using an appropriately sized vintage book… read more

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Dec 27, 2011

A Calvin and Hobbes Snowman Tribute to Bill Watterson

The world has Peanuts, the Muppets, and any number of 3D computer-animated movie characters, but those of us who were kids in the late 80s and 90s, we have Calvin & Hobbes.

Fans and filmmakers Jim Frommeyer and Teague Chrystie created this stop-motion tribute to Bill Watterson's amazing contribution to pop culture and art, recreating 3D models of some of the strip's most notable recurring themes - Calvin's joyfully demented snow creations.

created at: 12/27/2011

Click play to watch this… read more

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Dec 27, 2011

How to: Dress for a Job Interview

Knowing how to present yourself for a job interview can be tricky business...in the era of startups, social media, and the ever evolving workspace, it can be hard to know what sort of work environment with which you're seeking to be involved. Underdress for a traditional business position, and you're off the list before it even starts. And the reverse - show up is a three-piece to a relaxed atmosphere, and the team will certainly wonder if you're a good fit.

This helpful graphic offers the two options you'll wanna have around, no matter what the interview. It… read more

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Dec 27, 2011

Amazing Handcrafted Quilted Beards

The Postiche Collection, a limited edition catalog, features these intriguing hand-quilited beards by Julian Wolkenstein and Paul Sharp.

 

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Dec 26, 2011

Weaving Forest: A Rudolph-Approved Art Installation

created at: 12/25/2011

Shanghai-based multidisciplinary design studio Super Nature created this (very merry) art installation called Weaving Forest for the Detour 2011 festival in Hong Kong. The installation consists of two giant wooden reindeer sculptures and a series of smaller structures connected by long strings of… read more

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Dec 22, 2011

I Went to the Christmas Story House! Check Out My Photos :)

created at: 12/21/2011

Last March, while visiting friends in the Tremont neighborhood of Cleveland, my friend casually remarked, under his breath, with a bit of scorn, "Oh, and there's the A Christmas Story house." 

"Excuse me? Did you say the Christmas Story house?"

"Yeah," he replied, "people actually line up to go there."

"You mean, you can actually line up to go there? And see it?" 

People have different priorities, I guess. But I knew my gift to myself (well, to my relationship) come December was determined, and last weekend I went. And it was incredible. 

Couple that with some very freshly fallen snow, and a very, very good meal at a Michael Symon restaurant, and a Christmas day in Cleveland is about as festive as it gets.

Wanna see what it looks like?… read more

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