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Jun 28, 2013

Who Made That?

created at: 06/28/2013

This morning, I totally got caught up exploring this stunning interactive article from The New York Times Magazine "Innovations Issue." Entitled "Who Made That?" it's a fascinating

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Jun 28, 2013

Free Music: Summer BBQ Soundtrack

'Tis the season for outdoor dining and backyard grill fest, where there's every reason to take your time, spend the evening outside with the aromas and flavors of summer. 

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Jun 27, 2013

How to: Give a Vintage Fan an Industrial Modern Makeover

created at: 06/27/2013

Vintage desk fans have great lines, and can bring and old world, industrial-vibe to any space. Most are made pretty well, and worth picking up for a few dollars at thrift stores and secondhand shops. 

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Jun 27, 2013

Great Product Design: The Jet Pack by Tessel

Jet Pack by Tessel [http://www.tesselsupply.com/shop/jet-pack]

If you're tired of carrying around a bulky backpack that feels like a sack of potatoes, you should then upgrade to one of these bad boys.

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Jun 27, 2013

How to: Fold a DIY Paper Bow Tie

The cool kids at Fiber Lab came up with this playful paper bow tie project. You can download the free PDF templates, and fold your own from two standard sheets of paper.   

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Jun 26, 2013

Outfitted: The 3-Day Staycation - Look Your Best and Explore Your Own City ( $200 Value Giveaway Inside)

created at: 06/26/2013

In our Outfitted series, we hand-pick the style items and practical accessories you need to look your best in a specific scenario.

Summertime is the season for getting away and seeing the world. Which, of course, we heartily recommend. But we're equal fans of the staycay: taking a long weekend off work to rest, start on those projects you've been wanting to try, and going on an adventure in your own town. 

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Jun 26, 2013

Skeletons that Walk in the Wind: Strandbeests by Theo Jansen

Strandbeests by Theo Jansen [http://www.strandbeest.com/photos.php]

These "prehistoric beasts" are one of the coolest things we've seen. Craftsmanship, creativity, and passion, all come together in this epic, interactive work of art.

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Jun 25, 2013

Konstruktor: The DIY SLR Camera You Make Yourself

Credit [http://microsites.lomography.com/konstruktor/]

Lomography has caught up with the DIY trend by creating a brand new 35mm camera that comes in bits and pieces, ready to 

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Jun 25, 2013

Atlas of True Names: A World Map with Locations Replaced with their Original Meanings

Okay...phew. I know that's a somewhat strange post title, but this project is fascinating and totally worth sharing, if not eloquently. The "Atlas of True Names" is a series of maps that substitutes the official names for cities, states, countries, and geographic areas with the meaning of their names in their original language....etymological topography!

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Jun 24, 2013

______ as______: Food Idioms Recreated as Edible Typography

Designer Christine Kawasaki-Chan recently embarked on this clever project: a collection of food idioms recreated in dish-based type. 

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