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Outdoor Research Fall/Winter Hats

Posted on August 10, 2009 Under Fashion

Despite being summer, the weather around here has been highly unpredictable. We are mostly blessed with beautiful days, but early in the morning and after the sun has dropped below the horizon, the air can get a bit crisp. I…

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Susan Kare Big Wall Graphics

Posted on August 5, 2009 Under Art

If you're the kind of person that enjoys large graphics wrapped around your car, or perhaps a large sticker over your garage door so it looks like a jet fighter is parked there, a custom wall print might just make…

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Twitter Visualization: Tori's Eye

Posted on August 3, 2009 Under Life

Two trends are still holding strong in 2009 - the popularity of Twitter and mashups. Using only XHTML/CSS and Javascript, the clan at Quodis Labs has created a beautiful real-time visualisation of updates in the Twitterverse. Dubbed Tori's Eye, visitors…

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Tron Legacy

Posted on July 29, 2009 Under Art

With the recent release of the Tron Legacy trailer, some 27 years after the original release, a new generation of moviegoers will get a chance to experience the 3D awesomeness that their parents still fondly remember. I was an 80's…

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Camdapter

Posted on July 16, 2009 Under Gadgetry

Usually when I take my SLR somewhere, I plan on shooting a large number of shots with short intervals between shots. For convenience and security reasons, I usually hang my 40D around my neck using the included strap. However, this…

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2009 Bicycle Film Festival

Posted on July 14, 2009 Under Art

As we make our way through 2009, Cycling's popularity has not shown any indication of slowing down. With Lance's return to the Tour, continued interest in singlespeed and fixies, and a burgeoning market for city cruisers and vintage bikes (thanks…

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Innate Food Containers

Posted on July 8, 2009 Under Fashion

In what reminds me of a cross between storage Tupperware and tiffin lunch carriers, updated to modern times, the Innate food containers are just what my pantry needs. They are BPA-Free and Phthalate-Free (try saying that 3 times quick), so…

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Nike SB: Debacle

Posted on June 25, 2009 Under Art

When word starting hitting the hypebeast sites that Nike was getting into skateboarding, there were plenty of doubters. Afterall, what does a company built on the waffle racer and Air Jordan's know about the (pseudo) underground sport of skateboarding? The…

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Commonwealth x Billabong

Posted on June 16, 2009 Under Fashion

Perennial VA/DC favorite Commonwealth has teamed up with Billabong for a series of board shorts made from a new fabric called Eco-Supreme Suede. The material is made from recycled pure polyester and can be recycled at the end of their…

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Sam Potts & The Sport of Design

Posted on June 11, 2009 Under Design

Each year, designers and fans anxiously await the start of the Layer Tennis season. 2009 was no different, as Coudal Partners, a Chicago ad and design agency, kicked off a series of live online design events in which professionals trade…

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