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    Moth Trails at Night (via Design Crush) Quick and easy online marketplace, like a yard sale but on your computer: list of things for sale (via Netted) Make an animated gif image online freely and easily, no registration required: GIFMaker.me What do you first see when you look at this Best Wishes Key? I saw an anatomical heart. A Mom Finds Her Son’s Lost Monkey Stuffed Animal on eBay Three Years Later Unusual Specimen Portraits by Michael Mapes (via Laughing Squid) From artists Julius von Bismarck and Julian Charriere, some pigeons are more equal than others. (via, again, ...

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    88 youtube tutorials Take this quiz and see which candidate you side with: iSideWith.com giant anthill excavated (via science in a can) One day left on this Kickstarter campaign: the X-pen...an aluminum Felt tip pen Scenes From A Disaster: Modern San Francisco Remembers The 1906 Earthquake Bits of Mystery DNA, Far From ‘Junk,’ Play Crucial Role washable keyboard (this might be a post next week) The Internet Map Have a super weekend. See you Monday.

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    Boost Productivity By Working From Home, Really! How math-phobic parents can teach kids to love math. Restore Your Own ‘Valuable Artwork Of Jesus’: The Cecilia Prize. See the whole gallery of submissions on their pinterest page. And, if you haven't heard the story: Spanish fresco restoration botched by amateur (via designtaxi) Infographic: Which States Have the Worst Air? Dr. Carmella’s Guide to Understanding the Introverted! (via facebook- thanks Nick) A Deck of Cards (different) by Monja Gentschow, 25,00 € (this might become a post next week) Tastes of Cindy: Drag artists re-enact Cindy Sherman portraits (via Explore) Have a very nice ...

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    Curiosity's First Track Marks on Mars And you thought you were industrious. Chinese Man Makes His Own Prosthetic Arms Out of Scrap Metal The sound of a dying star How Many Apples Does it Take to Power a Lamp? also: Photographer Caleb Charland Wires Apple Trees, Fruit Baskets and Stacked Coins to Create Alternative Batteries Normalize your photos What if everyone jumped at once? i like this art Want: Gravity Stool Wall Shelf as Secret Drawer (via geekologie) Have a lovely weekend.

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    You Probably Have Too Much Stuff DVD Dead Drop by artist Aram Bartholl Russia's Pussy Riot protesters sentenced to two years Ridesharing for everyone: zimride and lyft Stephen Fry: What I Wish I Knew When I Was 18 “Baby Got Back” sung by the movies Artwork of Geoffrey Chadsey (via booooooom) The life and death of sports fans Have a very nice weekend.

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    Just in case you haven't looked at it in a while: Unhappy Hipsters. Annandale House by CO-AP. Listen to articles with SoundGecko, a text-to-audio transcribing service. via @brainpicker It's okay not to like certain art: Remembering Robert Hughes, the Art Critic Who Took No Prisoners. Looks promising: At The Pool. via Netted Four Sisters Recreate Their Childhood Photos. via thisisnthappiness Over 5000 people in 6 different regions used 1.8 million LEGOs used to create map of Japan. via architizer Have a nice weekend (summer is almost over!).

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    Google's Versailles 3D Take the ‘Happiness Experiment’ Martín Azúa's Basic House. "A basic inhabitable volume; foldable, inflatable and reversible." Watch Curiosity's Landing! Aug 5, 10:31pm Pacific, Aug 6, 2012 1:31am Eastern Beat the heat with a Tank Pool (check out the solar powered filter too) (via Brick House) What if every Olympic sport was photographed like beach volleyball? (via kottke) Gorillas Seen Dismantling Deadly Poacher Traps Dynamic VHS Tape Installations by Zilvinas Kempinas Waste Landcape "is a 600 square meters artificial undulating landscape covered by an armor of 60 000 unsold or collected CDs, which have been sorted and hand-sewn." Planets app (via bookofjoe) ...

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    Due to last week's vacation break, we are woefully behind on emails. Please be patient and we'll reply (if necessary) by the end of next week. And now, your Friday Links: Etienne Gros foam sculptures Light ‘n Go Bonfire Log (via design crush) "I can eat my favorite song." TED: Neil Harbisson: I listen to color Weather app: Solar Notify your favorite small businesses about Smallknot. (via swissmiss) Craziness: The 72-Room Bohemian Dream House A Survival Kit For 30 People That Turns Into A Stove Video (with sound): This is your planet Video (with sound):Baby bear rescue Install Mountain Lion ...

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    Check out the 24th annual National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest winners. (via curiosity counts) NYTimes: Tiny Concrete Jungles 430 square ft. Apartment in Tel Aviv For those of you familiar with the "All the Things!" meme, here's the origin of that: This is why I'll never be an adult wevther (via swissmiss) Have a lovely weekend.

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    Fabric Made From Sheets Of Dryer Lint NYTimes: The ‘Busy’ Trap By Tim Kreider All 135 Space Shuttle launches at once Letters of Note: Slaughterhouse Five (via openculture) I Stole This From You (via Tumblr Tuesday picks) FACEMATH (also via Tumblr Tuesday picks) Think your place is small? For comparison, get a load of this: King's Cube via @core77 "LazyTruth is a free Gmail gadget that automatically triggers fact-checked content when you receive a misleading email forward." Have a great weekend!

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    Heather Benning turns abandoned home into human-sized dollhouse I think we've linked to this animation before, but in light of the recent Higgs Boson discovery, what the heck, here it is again (on openculture): Dark Matter Animated A Dress Made Out Of 50,000 Gummy Bears "...weighs 220 pounds, took three weeks to complete, and requires the strength of three adults to move." Pit Cherries Cleanly and Easily with a Chopstick and Bottle ‘Holi’ – A colorful short by Variable Instead of a stroller at the airport, use a cardboard box. Barry Rosenthal: Found in Nature (via thisisnthappiness) Have a great weekend.

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    Maxing out Your Triangle "A Simpler, More Beautiful Weather App": WTHR Chocolate Mill by Wieki Somers The risk management strategies of bee hives Old + new: Starfall Farm / Invisible Studio Dear Photograph now has a book. tumblr: anambitiousprojectcollapsing Enjoy this last weekend of June!

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    Delightful Paper Pop-Ups by Jenny Chen Reel DIY Bike storage by Yeongkeun Jeong and Aareum Jeong. Falling Slinky (the bottom doesn't move at all until the top catches up.) Also on kottke.org: Long-distance family portraits Infographic for Fruits, Veggies and Herbs, when are they in season? (via curiosity counts) It's summer. Time for Cabin Porn. Never Mind Your Abs -- Tone Your Brain (excellent illustration by Wendy MacNaughton) Enjoy the weekend!

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    Democrats & Republicans Disagree on Brands, Too This place has an interesting bed storage solution: Potts Point Apartment (via design milk) The secret meaning of the lines on a Solo cup (which turns out to be completely coincidental) "The most inspiring leaders are those who don’t work at a job but pursue a calling." from the article Homeless Man Turned Millionaire Offers The Best Advice I Ever Got We Americans spend less on groceries than we did in 1982, and we spend more on processed foods: What America Spends On Groceries For your next move, bookmark UsedCardboardBoxes.com. (via Unconsumption) Nice ...

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    FAUX COVERS. My favorite: Spreadsheet Enthusiast Handmade Type Mister Rogers Remixed (via Fast Company) This looks awesome: STILLA, a gyroscopic camera. (via swissmiss) Scale of the Universe (there's music, fyi) Smart for lofts: An Instant Guest Bedroom, Made from Canvas The $4,000 Bulletproof Polo Shirt And, if you missed it: Have a nice weekend.

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    Folded paper work by Simon Schubert (via Dezeen) 20 min. video (totally worth the time, trust me): Neil Gaiman Commencement Speech (via Do Lectures) Did you know that a Dormouse can hibernate six months or longer in a year? Also, if you need a cute injection: Snoring Dormouse Tattoos and the Stories behind them: Pen & Ink MIT’s Freaky Non-Stick Coating Keeps Ketchup Flowing Google World Wonders Project (via bookofjoe) You Won’t Believe How This Cat Walks Down This Fridge Neatorama: Faces on Strainers (via designcrush) Have a lovely weekend, as usual.

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