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Friday Links - So fun. Inflatable Constellations Ball - Christo unveils floating Serpentine sculpture made from 7,506 barrels - Kids' Small Cana Watering Can Toy - Cardprotector: Titanium - Banana Fiber Placemat Set (maybe the look isn't your favorite, but recycled banana sheaths!) - Wanmock Kit by Torafu Architects Enjoy your weekend!

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  • Friday Links

    - The Joys and Sorrows of Parenting - Resilience is the new happiness - Bandicoot Headlamp, 'A silicone headlamp without the bulk, the endless batteries, and the “boring.”' - More IKEA upgrade options: Norse Interiors - Dogs! Sleepy Dog Duvet & Pillowcase Set - Compact Suit Folder - What if ET is an AI? - Huckleberry Make Your Own Motor Boat Enjoy your weekend.

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  • Father’s Day Gifts

    Father's Day is this Sunday, so now's your chance to get the gift that says "thanks for raising such an awesome kid" or, something more modest, like a card that says "I love you, Dad." 1. I Love You Dad Card, $5.00 2. Basil Eco Planter, $38.00 3. SuperSignal Walnut And Aluminium Digital Radio, $320.00 4. Cast Iron Frying Pan by Sakai Toki, $180.00 5. Logifaces SUPERCOLOR 16pcs Puzzle, $69.00 6. Rains Weekend Bag, $95.00 7. Bank Pen, $59.00 8. Instrmnt K-100 Watch, $239.00 9. TOOL BOX Y350, $40.00 10. CRAFT KNIFE 26B, $10.00 11. MMR-X Brass Torch, $180.00 For…

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  • Friday Links

    - Swiss Pavilion invites you to explore bland rental homes as if you're Alice in Wonderland - @ladiesandgentlemenstudio Sound Brush - How to Win Your Next Political Argument - Remote hut offers holidaymakers vistas over the Kimo Valley - Fun Dash Shag Rug - Consider the Cactus: How Succulents Took Over Instagram—and Then the World - Micro-robots have built the world's smallest house - Tiny Face Magnets — Custom Enjoy your weekend.

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  • Friday Links

    - Tailor-made for Millennials by IKEA and Virgil Abloh (I want that bag.) (photo above via) - Lunii My Fabulous Storyteller (for kids) - Brutalist soap imitates concrete coastal barriers so it won't slip out of your hands - Why Do Some Lizards Have Green Blood? - A pangolin will be taken from the wild every five minutes Have a great weekend.

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  • Friday Links

    - 'open sky' installation - OneUp - Portable and Ultra Compact Life Preserver on indigogo - Cactus Bloom Throw Pillows - Pet First Aid Kit - Stircle. It stirs without sticks. - Velas de Flores Candles - 10 “Notes to Self” that Will Stop You from Taking Things Personally - Splash and Burn: An Artist-Led Initiative Raising Awareness About the Negative Effects of Palm Oil Production in South Asia Have a nice weekend!

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  • Mother’s Day Gifts

    Next Sunday, May 13, is Mother's Day, so don't be surprised when you next see your mom and she looks a little disappointed at the sight of your empty hands. You could have at least made a card- that's what she'll be thinking- or made some sort of an effort to show a little appreciation. That's when you'll surprise her, by magically pulling out a package with one of these thoughtful things tucked inside. 1. HAY Kaleido Trays, $16.00- $59.00 2. KOPPA Birchwood Tool Box, $145.00 3. Universal Tripod, $80.00 4. Fredericks & Mae Playing Cards, $12.95 5. Perennial Garden…

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  • Friday Links

    - Braille Neue (via) - Introverts are better at sales? - Cancel / OK - Sticky Notes - Human Food - Vegan & Organic Meal Replacement Bar - Electric Car Charging Road Opens in Sweden - Plastic eating enzyme could aid recycling - Farewell My Dudes: 69 Dystopian Haikus - “TO PLACE AMONG OTHER COLORS AND FORMS” by Thomas A. Clark x Book/Shop Have a good weekend!

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  • Friday Links

    - 'Future Flowers' Blossom in a Digital Collaboration - Z Lok is back, with a combination - The Met Museum Releases 400k Free High-Res Images For Personal & Commercial Use - Magnetic Folding Moon - A helpful meditation exercise for use in public places - How many triangles? - Goodnight Light Cactus Have a great weekend!

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  • Friday Links

    - Origami Oru Kayak: 2018 Coast XT - Neopenx – The Gliding Ruler that Marks - A comparison of the sizes of various microorganisms, cells, and viruses - Locavore Wheel - pom + tassel making kit - People in Japan Are Polishing Ordinary Aluminum Foil Balls Into Shiny Orbs - The Nimble, a one-finger safety cutter, £7.99 (also available at The Grommet, $9.95) Have a fun weekend.

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  • Friday Links

    - Celebrate World Water Day With These 20 Designs That Feature Water Elements - Ten Questions for Fake New Detection (via tumblr) - Max Richter’s Sleep, an 8-hour album designed to be listened to while you sleep - 12 Things Everyone Should Understand About Tech (via kottke) - White Skin, Black Emojis? - Average first leaf appearance, as animated map (via thisisnthappiness) - Amy Cutler (via thisisnthappiness) - Lino Lago's FAKE ABSTRACT

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  • Friday Links

    - "On March 24, the kids and families of March For Our Lives will take to the streets of Washington DC to demand that their lives and safety become a priority and that we end this epidemic of mass school shootings." #MARCHFOROURLIVES - Revol Dog Crate - Reusable Cotton Coffee Filters - DIY Pannier Bags for your bike - Architectural Egg Cups - White cedar covers gabled lake house in Canada by YH2 Have a great weekend.

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  • Friday Links

    - Stephen Hawking Dies at 76; His Mind Roamed the Cosmos - And here's a great selection of his quotes - Graphene-based water filter produces drinkable water in just one step - Stash Storage Organizer - Pocket Trowel Multi-Tool - Inevitable muscle wasting of old age could be stopped, scientists believe - A future without phone chargers may be coming soon - Cosmos Customizable Greeting Cards - Feminist Mug Enjoy your weekend!

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  • Friday Links

    - Ellsworth Kelly, an Atheist, Has Built a Transcendent Church for Art in Texas - The Nerve of Harriet Cole - Fun Knot cushions - 'Doorstopper' from Karakter - If you're not a DIY-er, but you'd like to hide some stuff, this Secret Book Panel could be for you. - Mirjam de Bruijn's tools help desk workers improve their posture and I want all of them. - VORTECON- Kinetic desk toy - The tiniest bottle opener? Maybe. Jo - Titanium bottle opener - Clear pricing structure for shipping container insta house at MB Architecture Have a great weekend.

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  • International Women’s Day

    It's International Women's Day today! Will you commemorate it by donating to Planned Parenthood, the #MeToo Movement, EMILY's List, or Girls Who Code? Those are just a few that I can think of off the top of my head, but there's plenty more for you to support. Shown above, Tshirt 'empowered', $23.08. Feminist Button, set of 3, $5.00 Other items almost picked for today's main image: Frankenstein Enamel Pin, Feminist Cross Stitch Kit, any of the illustrations on women who draw, Dear Art Collector Handkerchief, and the Silk Portait Eye Mask by Louise Bourgeois.

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