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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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  • Friday Links

    - The Studio Bag & Folio - The Perfect Creative Combo - Soundbops : Music Building Blocks - Stone: The Chef’s Notebook - 'Rotazioni A' rug by Patricia Urquiola for Cc-tapis - Radical Candor — The Surprising Secret to Being a Good Boss - SleepSmart: Adjustable pillow for side sleepers - Power Plant Charging Station (The artificial plant part isn't ideal, though it is understandable.) - The Woolsey Ping Pong Table Have a good weekend!

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  • Friday Links

    - These prefab solar- and wind-powered tiny dwellings are ready to order - How to Make Friends as an Adult — and Why It's Important - Rami Kim Miniface Pot - FCC publishes net neutrality order, and now the fight really begins - Folding Travel Guitar - Geode Puzzle - What Today’s Coliving Spaces Get Wrong - Paper Origami Tessellations and Kusudamas by Ekaterina Lukasheva Have a good weekend.

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  • Friday Links

    - When thoughts and prayers are not enough, take action, and consider making a donation to Everytown. (Image via NYTimes) - Art: 'The gym' Poster - The Einstein Knob - Build Your 'Meaningful Network' to Maximize Your Impact - 'a cat thing' modules - Big Bud Press - Los Angeles Made Everyday Rainbow Wear! Ugh. That's all for today. Have a good weekend.

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  • Friday Links

    - Step inside Asif Khan’s dark pavilion for the Winter Olympics - Puzzle Places - Creative Fuel Mug - Coffee Drip Cold Brewer - Enamel Pins by Nia Gould Reimagine Famous Artists as Cats (Kitty Stardust!) - Fan Pack Cord Tacos Enjoy your weekend!

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  • Valentine’s Day Gifts

    Do you need a few gift ideas for Valentine's Day? Here's a smattering of odds and ends that just may make your special one happy. 1. Maple Ring Catch, $50.00 2. Multivitamin Face Oil, $65.00 3. Japanese Vertical Pleats Bag, $30.00 4. Raumgestalt Watch Box, $90.00 5. 'FUCK I LOVE YOU' Rubber Stamp, $20.00 6. EYE HEART U CARD / I LIKE YOU CARD, $5.00 each 7. Architect Pencil Box, $40.00 8. Aurora Vase, Blush, $85.00 9. MOM Ring / DAD Ring, $80.00 each 10. Zodiac Constellation Embroidery, $28.12 11. I love you Mug, $32.00 12. Brass Business Card Holder,…

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  • Friday Links

    - Omoshiroi Block - Self-driving slippers tidy themselves away - Stripes of wildflowers across farm fields could cut pesticide spraying (via goodstuffhappenedtoday) - Serious about keeping your guacamole fresh? This is for you: Guac-Lock - The Skincare Con / Skincare Is Good and Also Works (via manrepeller) - 'Forget walking 10,000 steps a day' - Boobs Throw Blanket - 21 science books that make excellent gifts - Ring Ruler, $11.95 Enjoy your weekend.

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  • Friday Links

    - Doug Aitken installs geodesic pavilions under the sea - Repair a broken zipper without tools or sewing: FixnZip - Repurposed Vinyl Mesh Gili Bags - Winners of $1 million prize to develop plastic alternatives announced - Camel Jug - The Virgo Cluster Clear Soap by Wary Meyers is so dang fun. - Start training your little human early: Brucy Broccoli Chewable Toy - Things Will Work Out Pin Have a nice weekend.

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  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day

    Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. It's difficult to choose only a few of his words to highlight, as so many of them are applicable to today's social and political times. “We must live together as brothers or perish together as fools.” “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” “Let no man pull you so low as to hate him.” "Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.” Strength to Love, 1963 "The time is always right to do what is right."

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