• Friday Links

    ‘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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    Street Stone (via GOOD) 6 steps: How to make Cedar Cladding (from Master Japanese architect Terunobu Fujimori) Why Finnish babies sleep in cardboard boxes (via It's Fun to Imagine) Mr Bingo's Hate Mail (via It's Nice That) Andrew Junge - Pandora’s Box (2005) Hans Rosling explains the connection between population growth, wealth inequality and climate change... with LEGO, of course. (3:19 min.) Sonic Water (via thinx) Mungo Thomson: Negative Space How Animals See the World Whoa: Klein Bottles. More info at wikipedia: Klein Bottles   It's Friday! Enjoy the weekend.

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    The Visual Patterns of Audio Frequencies Seen through Vibrating Sand (via It's Fun to Imagine) Heracleion Photos: Lost Egyptian City Revealed After 1,200 Years Under Sea (also via It's Fun to Imagine) New Bike Attachment Allows You To Share Your Bicycle With A Friend (!) A:LOG is an essential illustrated reference notebook for architects (on Kickstarter) 50 Animated Gifs for Every Situation Ever Know Where You Stand by Seth Taras (via thinx) Actors are people too Yeah, you've heard this already, but Samuel Beckett Used to Drive André the Giant to School (via Explore) Rare Glimpses of Birds of Paradise (via kateoplis) &...

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    Post image: Prince Rupert’s drop. Watch the video, it's worth it. The Various Varieties of Fruits, $29. (via This Isn't Happiness) 50 Faces in Everyday Objects (via Co.Create) I bookmarked this last week and then didn't put it in the links because I hadn't watched the whole thing. Now I have, and here it is: Leadership lessons from the dancing guy Paper works by Hollis Brown Thornton and how to make your own. (via foxmouth) 1931: Woman demonstrating Ju-jitsu Famous Lookalikes (via kottke) nGroove Snap by Mountek: Mount Any Mobile Device In Your Car CD Slot Have an excellent weekend.

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    Here is Today (via swiss-miss) Hmm. Melon: A Headband and Mobile App to Measure Your Focus (via fastcodesign) The green 3D printing materials we’ve been waiting for Felt. Personal, handwritten cards sealed, stamped and mailed, all from your iPad. (also via swiss-miss) Time on your hands? Read this: List of common misconceptions (via kottke) Hidden Pivot Bookcase Installation (via pinterest) 1927 London Shown in Moving Color Enjoy the weekend!

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    Student Engineers’ Skin Patch Warns When It’s Time to Get Out of the Sun (via ifuckinglovescience) Inside Rick Owens's Paris Home 31 Songs To Listen To While You Read That Nice Story About How Loneliness Will In Fact Kill You Galaxy Collisions: Simulation vs Observations (via CWL) Schadenfreezers News Machine (via @renatom) Intricate paper cuts by Bovey Lee (via staceythinx) Waiting for this lamp to be available for sale. imgembed "According to another survey, taken last year, about 65 percent of us can’t name a single Supreme Court justice." America the Clueless by Frank Bruni It's friday! Go have a ...

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    Water Light Graffiti by Antonin Fourneau Words that last (via i fucking love science) whisk' egg yolk separator by ivan zhang Harmless Weapons Made of Plants by Sonia Rentsch Damn You Art School

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    thinxblog: Anamorphic art by Bernard Pas Stray Dogs Master Complex Moscow Subway System SINGLE-SERVE plant propagation 'READ instead' print “Weight Watchers”, a photo series by Haley Morris-Cafiero Sushi tuna model teaches kids how to dissect maguro MarbelousWood floor installation Neil deGrasse Tyson Explains Why He’s Uncomfortable Being Labeled an ‘Atheist’ Elisabeth Lecourt's Les robes géographiques (via unconsumption) Have a nice weekend.

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    Do-Ho Suh - Home within Home (2011) Doll-house sized artists' studios by painter and sculptor Joe Fig Click a few dots, and this program will try to guess your age. 15 Facts About Our Planet You'll most likely have read this by now, but here it is anyway: Carjack victim recounts his harrowing night Mac OS X iTunes 10.6.3 (25) 64bit binary excerpts rendered as RGB images, woven into blankets. sleepyti.me bedtime calculator (via Netted) Beyond the Body Tilda Swinton and Roger Ebert’s widow lead a 1,500-person Barry White dance-along honoring Ebert.   Enjoy the weekend.

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  • GoodGuide

    Environmental responsibility isn't always that easy, especially when it comes to researching which products are really 'green' and which ones are just green-washed. So, that's where the GoodGuide comes in. It's an excellent resource to cut through the crap- it gives you information on the health, environmental and social performance of over a hundred thousand products with easy to read scores that will make your purchasing decisions quick and easy. Search their website or scan barcodes with the GoodGuide app, either way, you'll be adequately informed.

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    Washcloth … In … Spaaaaaaaaaaaace!! Yago Partal's Zoo Portraits Tiny Chocolate Up5 chairs Kepler’s Tally of Planets (via itsokaytobesmart) The Elena Garro Cultural Centre use to be an old house. The new facade is quite the contrast to the old. (via kateoplis) my knitted boyfriend Jesus, This Week Engineering Calculator App “Hummingbird,” A New Form of Music Notation Have a nice weekend.

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    Modernist playhouses Lullaby Factory Mural on abandoned church: 700 Delaware (2012) Galaxy Comparison Chart (via ifuckinglovescience Daniel Barreto's photo-manipulation of houses on trees (via kateoplis) Creative Mornings: Brad Frost Via Brad Frost's talk, a weather website where you actually see the weather: Forecast. Excellent felt floor tiles, except they're not for sale yet. Fingers crossed they get picked up by a manufacturer.   Have a very nice weekend.

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    Sand timer by Maarten Baas Microdonations: yea or nay? Industrial Rustic Shelf Tutorial (via Michael Mundy) Replace the Moon with a Planet (via thisisnthappiness) What If The Keystone XL Pipeline Was A Bike Path? How a differential gear works Etsy: Helveticat James Gulliver Hancock is drawing every building in New York. 10 small Guerrilla Gardens Keep track of any activity with Tictrac via Netted Have a nice weekend!

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    Mark Abouzeid's The New New World Yao Lu: New Landscapes (via staceythinx) How would you feel about having a cup of coffee in a remodeled underground public men’s restroom built in the 1890′s? Creepy: 'Horror frog' breaks own bones to produce claws Remotely monitor multiple live video and audio webcam feeds from your iPhone, iPod touch, iPad or Android device over WiFi: iCam Have a nice weekend!

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