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Friday Links - Look Inside Artist Alex Katz’s Eccentric Industrial Loft - Uh-oh. The almond milk craze could be bad news for bees - Ephemeral Rugs Formed From Oklahoma’s Red Earth by Rena Detrixhe - Talk to Your Kids About Inappropriate Pics on Facebook - Augmented Reality Is About To Change Art Forever. Maybe. - A Designer’s Dream Apartment — for Someone Else Enjoy your weekend!

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  • Friday Links

    - High Line Art: Zoe Leonard / I want a president (view text via pdf) - Abstracted Alterations to The New York Times’ Front Pages by Fred Tomaselli - Yves Béhar designs Samsung television to look like a framed work of art. Yes. - How to overcome shyness - Seems like everyone is excited by this (for good reason): Nimuno Loops - The Toy Block Tape - Erling - Jewelry for Apple Airpods - Solving All the Wrong Problems - Ikebana Ring Enjoy your weekend.

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  • Friday Links

    - MYCANOE: Origami Folding Canoe That Travels in a Box - Patrick Stewart and a Pitbull named Ginger - Artist Remixes “If You See Something, Say Something” Posters in NYC Subway - What Would Happen If We Just Gave People Money? - Six irrefutable pieces of evidence that prove climate change is real - The art of conversation, explained by the only artist to get eight US presidents to sit still - Mr. Rogers Introduces Kids to Experimental Electronic Music by Bruce Haack & Esther Nelson (1968) (I'm sure I've linked to this before.) Enjoy your weekend.

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  • International Women’s Day

    Today is International Women's Day. Take time to get involved, whether it's by pledging your support to #BeBoldForChange or by participating in A Day Without a Women (see below). Anyone, anywhere, can join by making March 8th A Day Without a Woman, in one or all of the following ways: 1. Women take the day off, from paid and unpaid labor 2. Avoid shopping for one day (with exceptions for small, women- and minority-owned businesses). 3. Wear RED in solidarity with A Day Without A Woman Check out International Women's Day and Women's March for more information.

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  • Friday Links

    - Moment 2.0: Make your iPhone or Pixel A Better Camera - Trigger: Retaliatory Online Donations (via mashable) - You Can Wire Up A Rose To Store Electricity - How to make your kid good at anything - Kickstarter: Leverage Bottle Openers - DID THE OSCARS JUST PROVE THAT WE ARE LIVING IN A COMPUTER SIMULATION? - Someone paid $15,000 for a chunk of mold and honestly what a steal - 10 Hours of Ambient Arctic Sounds Will Help You Relax, Meditate, Study & Sleep. Hopefully. Enjoy your weekend.

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  • Friday Links

    - A decent looking fitness tracker: Steel HR (via Forbes) - Michael K. Williams asks Michael K. Williams: You think I’m being typecast? - Cue: The Smart Cuckoo Clock - Hmm. “Tell me what kinds of toxins are in your body, and I’ll tell you how much you’re worth,” - How the Design of Your Spoon Can Enhance the Taste of Food - The science of “hangry” - Fun! Vintage Vogue Tattly Enjoy your weekend.

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  • Friday Links

    - How To Make Speakers From Post-Its - It's that time of year again... Knoll Classics Sale - Superb little summer home: Font Rubi Cottage - For your favorite records: flipbin - Opening Soon: A New Architecture School With No Fees and Zero Studio Hours - This Metal Conducts Electricity But Not Heat "That could make it useful as a coating for smart windows; when they got enough sun, they’d become reflective like metal and keep some of that light out." - ORBIT Ruler BY STUDIO JUJU - The Privacy Enthusiast's Guide to Using an iPhone - Loewe reveals its…

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  • Friday Links

    - Qoowl Shade - LOVE - The World's First Intelligent Turntable - seikon creates vibrant mural painting on old balneotherapy center in świdnica, poland - Researchers now know the words that make you sound credible (or phony) on Twitter - 'FUCK I LOVE YOU' Rubber Stamp - Amuneal Murphy Bed - How "I'm not a Robot" checkboxes work - Botanium - Grow Edible Greens - DAYZ planner 18 months 2016-2017 Enjoy your weekend.

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  • Friday Links

    - Piaggio introduces Gita personal cargo droid that follows you around - Daily news got you down? Experts Suggest How to Adjust Your Media Diet - And, Positive News - Kayashima: The Japanese Train Station Built Around a 700-Year-Old Tree - Cute Little Lightning Bolt Light (there's also a Little Neon-Like Heart Light - Neat New York Cityscape Architectural Model - Zoomable version of The Cat’s Paw Nebula from ESO. - Pink! Crosby Studios

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  • Friday Links

    - Pretty space: Kinfolk Gallery - Netflix! Abstract, The Art of Design (via kottke) - Doomsday Clock Moves Closer to Midnight - Huh? Birkenstock launches line of beds as next step in comfort design - For your rugs: Fringe Comb - Moon Night Light Enjoy your weekend!

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  • Friday Links

    - Pretty trash: Whitney Paperweight by Chen Chen and Kai Williams - Tiny multi-tool! MyPocketMaster-titanium multi-tool for everyday carry - Tip: How to Hang Curtains - Anish Kapoor flaunts use of "world's pinkest pink" despite personal ban from its creator - And, should you want to buy "The World's Most Pinkest Pink" or other very vibrant hues: Stuart Semple - Fun: Two professors sculpt each other in less than ten minutes - Did we already link to this? Elegant three-step method for creating new habits Have a great weekend!

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  • Friday Links

    - FlipBooKit, the original hand cranked movie machine. (Create your own animation for fun.) - Do you knit? - WOJR designs forest cabin for a grieving man - Hang Upside-Down to Save Yourself from Choking - Gerardo Osio designs range of mobile objects to suit a nomadic lifestyle - Video: Lithography - Old news, but somehow I never saw this Freaky Rug by Bertjan Pot. (via SightUnseen) Enjoy your weekend.

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  • Happy New Year!

    Here's to a very Happy New Year to you and your favorite people. On a side note, we're taking this next week off for travel. Enjoy your first few days of 2017! Shown above and below: Flutes, Set of 2, $30.00

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  • Top Picks of 2016

    Can you believe 2016 is coming to a close? Whether this year has been wonderful or difficult, now's a good time to reflect and ruminate on what you'd like the new year to be. I'm planning to travel to more far-flung destinations and learn at least one new language. And you? What will you do? While you ponder that question, take a look at our top 5 posts from 2016. And, hey, thanks for visiting BLTD and for liking/linking to us this year- we couldn't keep doing this without your support. 1. Iso Organizer L 2. U Desktop Caddy 3.…

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  • Happy Holidays!

    Here's hoping this holiday weekend will be the best you've had yet. Relax, have fun, and stay warm! Shown above: Diamond Music Box Shown below: Mozartkugel Music Box, Snowball

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