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Apr 26, 2012

The 1̶0̶0̶ 7 Foods You Should Really Eat Before You Die

created at: 04/26/2012

There's a current micro-meme that's found its way all over Facebook and the blogosphere, in which there appears a relatively generic alphabetical list of somewhat less-than-dominant foods with the title, "The 100 Foods You Should Eat Before You Die."

In the words of Time magazine's Josh Ozersky, the list "looks like it took about six minutes to think up. You could have created the whole thing while listening to 'Aqualung.' It’s simply a bunch of unconnected foods, listed alphabetically, without any kind of… read more

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Apr 26, 2012

Typographic Bookworm Bookshelf

created at: 04/21/2012 This awesome typographic bookshelf by Rachel Ariyavatkul has got me thinking that I really need more typographic decor in my house. This piece, which she calls the 'Book Worm' shelf, spells out the word "worm".  

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Apr 25, 2012

How to: Make Coca-Cola Fried Chicken

Yep, Coca-Cola fried chicken. You've heard of beer-battered fish and chips, a baked ham glazed in Dr. Pepper, or Korean barbecued short ribs marinated in 7Up, so adding a bit of beverage to one of the world's greatest foods is sort of a… read more

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Apr 25, 2012

Free Download: No-Cost, Well-Designed Typefaces from Font Fabric

created at: 04/25/2012

There are tens (hundreds?) of thousands of free fonts available for download, but most aren't worth keeping around to filter through when working on a project.

And then there are these fine typefaces from foundry Font… read more

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Apr 25, 2012

DIY Idea: Wood Slice Turntable

8-Tracks never made it, cassettes are harder and harder to find, and CDs are certainly on their way out, but the vinyl record? Here. To. Stay.

If you head to any flea market, thrift store, or charity shop, you'll find plenty of functional, yet ugly and worn out, turntables and record players. What to do? Take them home, rip out the guts, and install on a nice slice of… read more

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Apr 25, 2012

Blow My Mindsday: April 25, 2012

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created at: 04/25/2012

François Vautier installed an ant colony in a flat bed scanner, and scanned the resulting nest once a week. And then he turned the images into a amazing video exploring… read more

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Apr 24, 2012

Why Every Man (and Every Person) Should Own a Cast Iron Skillet

created at: 04/24/2012

Over the last decade, there's been a hugh shift towards discovering the things that our grandparents knew. Post-Baby Boom adults everywhere are keeping chickens in their backyards, learning to can and preserve their own produce and cure their own meats, shaving with straight… read more

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Apr 24, 2012

The 50 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

created at: 04/24/2012

In honor of the Earth Day celebrations over the weekend, Examiner.com collected some incredible photos of some of the most amazing natural landscapes, rock formations, and otherwise outdoor… read more

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Apr 24, 2012

Vibrant Art Installation Created From 10,000 Meters of Colorful Yarn

created at: 04/21/2012

Artist Lee Baker used 10 meters (that's 32,808 feet) of colorful yarn to create this incredible installation called Refractive Monolith. Filling the corner of a room in a gallery, the colored yarn almost creates a sort of "three-dimensional drawing" against the gray walls and… read more

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Apr 23, 2012

Infographic: The Perfect Suit for the Modern Man

created at: 04/23/2012

If you back through old photos of dressed-up men, you'll like see a few wacky turns on the men's suit: the lapels of the 70s, the too-long, boxy jackets of the 80s, the baggy double-breasteds of the 90s. But, you'll also note that there's a basic look that hasn't changed much in nearly a century: the basic, well-cut, no-frills suit that has made men look like a million bucks for the last 100… read more

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