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Friday Links - Structure grown from "mushroom sausages" shows potential for zero-waste architecture - Looking for a new book to read? recommendmeabook - Call on G20 leaders to tackle the refugee crisis - You probably already knew this: Study Finds Yoga Can Help Back Pain, and there's a guidebook too. - Also: The science behind why yoga makes us happy - Magnetic "loops" for hanging towels and clothes: TAP-TAB (skip the video) Have a great weekend. Also, next week there won't be as many posts next week because we're traveling, fyi.

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    - Who else is looking forward to Netflix's wrestling comedy GLOW? - Technology Will Save Us Kids, Kits, and the DIY Movement - R-PUR, an anti-pollution mask - My Drawing Board - KaWoof, an ecological produced ball launcher - Make it easier for kiddos to launch kites: Castakite - DIY Stone Bench I swear we're not being paid by Kickstarter to promote anything, there's just too many cool projects to ignore. Have a great weekend. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VTkTXCkd8GU&w=513&h=377]

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    Everyone is distracted with yesterday's news, plus I'm traveling, so just one link today: - BedShelfie Have a great weekend!

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    - "I Went to Planned Parenthood" Canvas Tote - Usem cards: note cards the size of a credit card - A bit clunky, but...SolarGaps- Energy Generating Solar Panel Window Blinds - For future doctors, or for kids about to be patients: Little Patient - A biologist explains CRISPR to people at five different levels of knowledge - Gah! Astronaut Duvet and Pillowcase Set - Time-Lapse Sun-cats (via goodstuffhappenedtoday) - Tai Chi synthetic chemistry Enjoy your weekend!

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    - Amy Bennett paints her self-built 3D miniature models. (via slow show) - Okja, from Netflix, available on June 28 (via kottke) - More fold-out furniture in this space: WAATAA By Studios - Paintings: Becky Suss- Homemaker (via hyperallergic) - Noise Pollution: National Transportation Noise Map (via curbed) - Japanese Woodblock Prints Reimagined as Contemporary Tattoos (via thisisnthappiness) Have an excellent weekend.

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    - Trust Me, 2011 by Moyra Davey. "16 photographs taken by Davey – showing details of interior spaces, dust, spiders, tiles, a stuffed animal, a tree – have been folded, addressed, and mailed to the writer Lynne Tillman..." (via Augenweide*) - A view from the bottom of the watering hole - How to photograph the night sky on a phone - And all this time I thought it best to opt out: Robocalls Flooding Your Cellphone? Here’s How to Stop Them - Just a reminder: women who draw, an open directory of female* illustrators - Download A:LOG's drawings (.dwg,.3dm,.ai) -…

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    - Muji to sell tiny blackened-timber prefab huts for £21,000 - Why Don't People Return Their Shopping Carts? (via FC) - Just in case you need the advice: How to Make the Best Protest Sign - This idea could restore ice in the Arctic Ocean - Brilliant Hack Lets You Wrap A Band-Aid Neatly And Securely Around Your Finger (just cut two little slits at both ends of the band-aid) Have a great weekend.

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    - Angela Deane manipulates vintage postcards to create a cast of flowery characters - Alexander Rotondo Captures Moments In Between Days - Gene editing opens doors to seedless fruit with no need for bees - Cool! NERD's 3CSup is an ultra light + translucent paddling board for surfers Enjoy your weekend.

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    - Orit Dolev creates NOMAD, a digital music instrument for travellers - An oddly soothing live jellyfish cam - These Smart Contact Lenses Could Painlessly Monitor Diabetes - Boy learns to drive on YouTube for McDonald's joyride Not a lot of links today, as we're traveling. Enjoy your weekend!

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    - The 9-Minute Strength Workout - Squid and octopus can edit and direct their own brain genes - Sci-fi themed playing cards: Stardeck - Hmm. A watch made of cat, dog, or animal fur: The Companion Collection - A UK entrepreneur takes flight by attaching miniature jet engines to his limbs. Nothing could go wrong, surely. - Custom Moon Phase Cufflinks - Bagel Maker - 'Ogi' pen holder Enjoy your weekend.

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    - Hexagonal wooden lattice wraps Mexico City home by Felipe Assadi and Francisca Pulido - Furnishing Utopia - As Congress Repeals Internet Privacy Rules, Putting Your Options In Perspective and also, if you've not already, how to Set up a VPN - Pretty. Artist Documents Convenience Stores In Her Beautiful Paintings For 20 Years - Dragon-proofing: why skyscrapers in Hong Kong have holes - Reminder to Look Up - Why You Should Wake Up at 5 A.M. Every Day - Burning food is a great way to find out and illustrate how much energy it contains - The New Vantablack…

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    - Look Inside Artist Alex Katz’s Eccentric Industrial Loft - Uh-oh. The almond milk craze could be bad news for bees - Ephemeral Rugs Formed From Oklahoma’s Red Earth by Rena Detrixhe - Talk to Your Kids About Inappropriate Pics on Facebook - Augmented Reality Is About To Change Art Forever. Maybe. - A Designer’s Dream Apartment — for Someone Else Enjoy your weekend!

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    - High Line Art: Zoe Leonard / I want a president (view text via pdf) - Abstracted Alterations to The New York Times’ Front Pages by Fred Tomaselli - Yves Béhar designs Samsung television to look like a framed work of art. Yes. - How to overcome shyness - Seems like everyone is excited by this (for good reason): Nimuno Loops - The Toy Block Tape - Erling - Jewelry for Apple Airpods - Solving All the Wrong Problems - Ikebana Ring Enjoy your weekend.

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    - MYCANOE: Origami Folding Canoe That Travels in a Box - Patrick Stewart and a Pitbull named Ginger - Artist Remixes “If You See Something, Say Something” Posters in NYC Subway - What Would Happen If We Just Gave People Money? - Six irrefutable pieces of evidence that prove climate change is real - The art of conversation, explained by the only artist to get eight US presidents to sit still - Mr. Rogers Introduces Kids to Experimental Electronic Music by Bruce Haack & Esther Nelson (1968) (I'm sure I've linked to this before.) Enjoy your weekend.

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    - Moment 2.0: Make your iPhone or Pixel A Better Camera - Trigger: Retaliatory Online Donations (via mashable) - You Can Wire Up A Rose To Store Electricity - How to make your kid good at anything - Kickstarter: Leverage Bottle Openers - DID THE OSCARS JUST PROVE THAT WE ARE LIVING IN A COMPUTER SIMULATION? - Someone paid $15,000 for a chunk of mold and honestly what a steal - 10 Hours of Ambient Arctic Sounds Will Help You Relax, Meditate, Study & Sleep. Hopefully. Enjoy your weekend.

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