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Gone South

It’s not too late to hop on your bike, take a trip, and let the moonlight and wind kiss your skin. Or instead, get all dusty and inspired by the landscape of Southern Utah, lavishly and slowly revealed to us in Skylar Nielsen’s Gone South. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Animal Shot Glasses

Modern style is getting even wilder with these polygonal 3D animal shot glasses. They’re made of ceramic and are offered in five different styles and two colors. Pewter provides weight so that they can stand cup side down or on their heads. Link Price: $28 Continue Reading from the Source

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Scrubba Wash Bag

The Scrubba is a portable bag that lets you wash your clothes practically anywhere; all you need is water and liquid detergent. Part of the bag’s inner membrane is a rough surface that acts as a washboard. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: $55-$90 Continue Reading from the Source

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US judge says it’s “regrettable” that IBM can’t be punished for knowingly aiding apartheid

From the holocaust to apartheid, where you or I see an atrocity, IBM sees an opportunity. Still, a US district judge has ruled that IBM cannot be prosecuted in the US for supplying computer systems to South Africa’s apartheid regime. Describing her own decision as “regrettable,” Judge Shira Scheindlin explained that the 1789 Alien Tort Statute doesn’t usually apply to [...]

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Miegakure (Gameplay)

Marc Ten Bosch’s Miegakure is a puzzle exploration game. Like Fez, it lets you move between different planes. But instead of looking at two of three dimensions, Miegakure lets you traverse three of four dimensions at a time. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Come see Whisper’s Michael Heyward defend anonymity at the next PandoMonthly LA

I strive for two types of guests when I book a year’s worth of PandoMonthlys. True legends who are perennially interesting, and up and coming entrepreneurs who are fascinating right this moment. Whisper’s Michael Heyward is the epitome of the latter. The debate over the good and bad of anonymity apps has been roiling the press and [...]

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P2

We are enjoying the rich backdrops and kooky drawn characters in this animation from Werner Schnater. The crowd seems to be getting their groove on just fine, shutting it down when the police come around. But who’s in that cop car? Link Continue Reading from the Source

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The Listening Tree

Near the burgeoning Fremont East District in Las Vegas sits The Listening Tree from George Zisiadis. It invites the public to discover the joy of music through tree-suspended headphones, each playing a continuous unique song. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Freebie Friday Free Stuff

While we have developed a habit of giving away a ton of free stuff, we usually dole it out to just one of you at a time. But in honor of Labor Day, and all of the hard work you’ve put in…surfing the web…at the office this year, we’re giving away a ton of free [...]

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The Mechanics of a Crash

Giro helmets educates us on the finer points of what happens to your brain in a crash, and how a seemingly small change to helmet design could protects us by moving just enough to reduce some of the most deadly and traumatic forces. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Rovio admits its feathers have been clipped by announcing CEO replacement

Rovio has announced that it will replace founder Mikael Hed as chief executive in January. The change, as the Wall Street Journal notes, is perhaps the first sign that the struggling company is aware that its plans to continue bastardizing the Angry Birds franchise might not be enough to save it. Hed will be replaced [...]

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Watch out Loreal. Custom hair color startup eSalon invented a better mouse trap, and has the sales to prove it

What are the odds that the biggest innovation in hair care this decade comes from a team of guys known previously for creating a price comparison site? It’s a storyline already taking shape at Culver City-based eSalon, a six-year-old custom hair color startup founded by former PriceGrabber founders and early employees Tamim Mourad, Omar Mourad, [...]

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Skeleton Key Mini-Tool

Triple Aught Design’s Skeleton Key is a crafty piece of EDC with a versatile anatomical structure and bones US-made of solid 6AL-4V titanium billet. Not just a multi-tool but, in its attractive and svelte package, a mini-tool as well. The keys come in Spanner and E-Key variations. Spanner Skeletons are specialized for adjusting Strider Knife [...]

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Google Project Wing

Like Amazon’s Prime Air, Project Wing is a concept for a drone delivery service. The current prototype features a small tail-sitter that automatically flies to the delivery zone and lowers its package using a winch. More here. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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