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Aug 13, 2012

Gotye Parodies Remixed by Gotye Himself [VIDEO]

created at: 08/12/2012

 

Ok, I know, you've probably seen more parodies and covers of Gotye's Somebody That I Used To Know than anyone should have to endure BUT this one is different. Why? Because Wally De Backer (a.k.a. Gotye) himself was so impressed by the outpouring of creativity that he created this remix of "Somebody" covers.  

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Nov 17, 2011

First Covers of Famous Magazines

created at: 11/16/2011

(Esquire - 1933)

Magazines might be struggling these days, but I still love 'em. There's something gratifying about flipping through the pages and ripping out pictures or articles that you want to save for later. Oh and did you know you can actually open a bottle of beer with a magazine? Try doing that with your iPad!

And then there's old magazines. You know, like Grandma's stash of 3 decades worth of National Geographic that gives you a peek into the lives of the Pygmy people back in 1950. Well rev up your time machines because here are the covers of the first issues of some of the world's most popular magazines.   

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Apr 11, 2011

The Malcolm Gladwell Book Generator

created at: 04/11/2011

Malcom Gladwell, The New Yorker staff writer, has written a wildly successful series of books (The Tipping Point, Blink, Outliers, What the Dog Saw) that deal with, more-or-less, a super fascinating premise: explaining why seemingly unexplainable things happen.

created at: 04/11/2011

  

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Aug 16, 2010

How To: Turn Old Paperbacks into Custom Hardback Books

The best books are those that aren't in display condition - cause they've actually been read, loved, and well-worn. But, of course, showing off the books you don't like is, just, well...weird.

So, get hip to this cool trick from OhDeeOh - recovering your favorite paperbacks with custom-designed artwork, which is, as we see it, brilliant.

  

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Apr 07, 2010

How To: Make an Urban Camouflage iPad Case from a Composition Notebook

created at: 04/07/2010

If I bought a $600 gadget with a giant glass screen that's intended to be mobile, I'd wanna protect it, and do so in way that doesn't scream "I just bought a $600 gadget with a...etc, etc"

And so did Matt Silver, so he whipped up this gem: a simple, low-cost iPad case made from a recycled composisiton notebook.

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