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    A miniature post-apocalyptic world by james cauty Kickstarter: KeyDisk™ "Elegant manure" Kickstarter: Brewbot Beautiful Plastic: Creating a Great Designer Toy How a Radical New Teaching Method Could Unleash a Generation of Geniuses Random science: How fast does an Elephant Pee? 10 Words to Cut From Your Writing (I'm guilty of using several of these)   Enjoy the weekend.

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    Newspapers + x-acto blade = work of Myriam Dion (via the jealous curator) Clever Light Installation by (fos) (via iGNANT) Miminalist pad: 100m3 Kickstarter: The Magic Cube Whoa, this app measures the size of a room, draws the floor plan and creates a DXF file, PDF document, JPEG images, etc. : MagicPlan (via Architizer) Tree in the house (via Phaidon) Comic: Bringing Sexy Back Collage of NASA solar images   Have an excellent weekend!

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    Video: How to be Creative Video: DIY-crafted Seattle micro apartment Calcified creatures A Monumental 3-Ton Aerial Mosaic of Johannesburg Video: Crazy house made of 6 million bottles Sommarhus Gotland (via thisispaper) Su-Mei Tse: Swing (2007)   Enjoy your weekend!

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    Portable Home ÁPH80 from ABATON Architects (conversation) How to Stop Chasing Self-Esteem Helen Friel's paper scupltures The History of the Trapper Keeper Kottke: Richard Feynman explains rubber bands pointerpointer William Faulkner's 1924 resignation letter YouTube: Sheep teaches young bull to head butt NASA: This is what the Earth will look like in 2099 Film: De La Espada Factory (furniture making)   Enjoy the weekend!

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    Eames Elephant DIY Split the bill with an easy bill-splitting app: Tab I can't decide if this is a brilliant or bad idea: The Balcony BBQ (via Good Stuff Happened Today) Ode To The Laser Cutter: Things To Make When No One Is Watching Neil deGrasse Tyson's Science Sermon What happens when you teach young people to code? Temperature chart for the last 11,000 years   Not as many links this week due to a civic service requirement (a.k.a. jury duty). Have a nice weekend.

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    Bio-wool hard shell luggage made from recycled carpets A few good loft spaces over on Architizer It's only a matter of time before you send one of these GIF ecards. Via @netted Cat teaches baby how to walk (or, rather, to hold on to a cruiser) So much fashion at fashion week. And, to you London peeps, have fun next week. Documentary: Herb & Dorothy. Blobfish wins ugliest animal vote. (And it doesn't like the look of you either.)   That's all for this week. Enjoy the weekend!

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    In the absence of an interesting image for Friday Links, I present David Shrigley's FANCY ROOM TEA TOWEL. Half of the people in the United States live in the counties colored in blue. Set your Tweets to disappear with a simple hashtag: Spirit (via Fast Company) "Like a fingerprint, your heartbeat is unique." -Nymi Scientists Spark Auroras In a Bottle for Traveling Northern Lights Show Edible Vegan Chalk (for you or your kids) I’m collecting for someone who.. (not new but clever) If you have a cat, this tshirt is for you: Ask Me About My Cat tee shirt &...

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    Designer Ed Chew used recycled TetraBoxes to make this lamp. Night Sky Panorama - Bonneville Salt Flats truPad: this will make communication easier. Insert handwritten and typed notes directly on an image, and send via email. Kickstarter: Bike dock (this might be a post next week) LEGO® Builder Case for iPhone 5 Cable organizer in aluminum (on Kickstarter): QooQi   Have a nice weekend!

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    Bird brick! via 10 SIMPLE, SCIENCE-BACKED WAYS TO BE HAPPIER TODAY 'Nature' by Ronald van der Meijs: 5000 chrome bicycle bells swaying in the wind Let your cat outside in a super long cage How excited am I? VERY: Lego Archhitecture Studio Clever! Fold-Out Pet Bed Alfredo Moser: Bottle light   Enjoy your weekend!

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    Tokyo Tower Gigapixel Panorama (via Phaidon) Love this/want this: Forebruary (via swissmiss) Here’s What Happens Inside You When a Mosquito Bites Cute: Monster Skin Rug (via Design Crush) Kickstarter: eleMount Why Quantity Should be Your Priority You've no doubt heard about this via your normal news channel, but just in case: WORLD'S FIRST TEST-TUBE BURGER 4 Ways to Recycle Your Old Gadgets If you zoom in, you can see the Abandoned World Discoverer Cruise Ship on google maps.   Have a freaking fantastic weekend!

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    There are nearly 200 galaxies within the marked circles in this image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. Super Awesome Sylvia's WaterColorBot A Chef and Doctor Talk About Butter Water Bottling Plant in Coihaique, Aisén, Chile Sleep Cycle app. You've seen this before, but here it is again: How to Open a Wine Bottle with Your Shoe Die, Links, Die! How Link ‘Suicide’ Could Save the Web   Have a wonderful weekend!

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    Yes, that is a child's room above. Revisit the home of Karen & Christian Boros over at Freunde von Freunden. Good Stuff Happened Today A Wooden Train Set That Lets Kids Compose Tunes NFC-enabled rings How much water does it take to produce our everyday things? It was inevitable: "Ice Ice Baby" Sung By the Movies It's Okay to be Smart: How big is the solar system? Nobel Prize Winners Are Put to the Task of Drawing Their Discoveries (via ifuckinglovescience) Time lapse of old photo restoration Slate: Can You Name These Cities by Their Starbucks Locations?   Enjoy your weekend!

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    Crowsflight, a GPS compass app. Are viral cat videos actually viral? Mr. Rogers Takes Breakdancing Lessons from a 12-Year-Old Lichtenberg Figures: The Fractal Patterns of Lightning Strike Scars Bullets Split Exactly in Half Cocoon By Tanya Shukstelinsky: Sew Yourself A House   Only a short list of links this week due to a half-week vacation. Have a lovely weekend!

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    ‘Diogene’, A Minimalist House Prize-Winning Flight of AeroVelo's Atlas (via thekidshouldseethis) Book-Shaped Clear Acrylic Book Weight How to talk to little girls Washing Your Hair on the Space Station Visible/Invisible, a furniture series by Brooklyn-based designer Takeshi Miyakawa EssayTyper Fork the Cookbook Genetics Are Awesome I don't play piano, but I'm excited about this: C.24 - The Music Keyboard for iPad   Have a lovely weekend!

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    Image of Karena Schuessler's Berlin Apartment (Freunde von Freunden took the original images down, sad face) Bead-chain experiment Scientist figures out how those big-ass sailing stones move themselves across death valley The Rationale of Feng Shui in Architecture Cloud Cities by Tomás Saraceno What The Great Gatsby Looked Like Without CGI A better gift registry? Looks like it: Thankful Send your future self a picture: ThrowBack (via Netted) 3 reasons why exercise makes you smarter   Have a great weekend!

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    Time-lapse video of the center of the Milky Way from Chile’s Paranal Observatory, by photographer Stéphane Guisard. Foldable Origami Furniture (so exciting!) Why Diamonds Are A Sham Another time-lapse video, this time of a supercell storm cloud rotating over Texas. Let This Rube Goldberg Machine Show You How Cows Eat And Poop. (via Explore) 11 ludicrously groomed dogs HOOK: a personal, temporary hook for restrooms (on Indiegogo). Stephen Colbert's eulogy for his late mother, Lorna Colbert. Baby snow leopard live cam (via @wiredscience)   Huzzah! Have a nice weekend.

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