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Upon the back of cheap tchotchkes design pirates build an empire.
I'm all for open source and creative appropriation, but this is pretty lame.
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Aaron Dunkerton wanted to help with house sparrow conservation. His solution was the Bird Brick, a fire-clamped cavity brick that could be built into walls and buildings to provide a sustainable nesting site for the birds.
I really love this idea. I hope that urban architects will think more about this kind of thing to integrate nature into the concrete jungle.
Pmmpt. Putuhchika pmmpt puh pmmpt. Is there any music more gutturally satisfying than that of a good beatboxer? A wind instrument might amplify and augment the vibrations of your mouth, but a beatboxer is a creator and amplifier in one.
This is a really wonderful example of how awesome the gestural interface *could* be.
It’s entirely possible to fit all 265,222 words from James Joyce’s Ulysses on a poster and still be able to read them. No, the poster is not a billboard; in fact, it’s a very frame-friendly 33.1 × 46.8 inches.
So many words. All in one place.