Smart, is it possible? And if so, when can I buy one?
“If people say it’s impossible we have to prove them wrong.”
Design students Anna and Terese took on a giant challenge as an exam project. Something no one had done before. If they could swing it, it would for sure be revolutionary. The bicycle is a tool to change the world. If we use bikes AND travel safe: Life will be better for all.
Huge fan of The new Zagato Roadester BMW just announced in Pebble Beach. It’s like the Z4 all grown up.
Heading to Nova Scotia for a get-off-the-grid vacation for a week. I’ll bring pictures back. Photo Credit
Nike Field is a nice little experiment promoting the Fuel Band. Check it out. It’s like having Ableton Live built into your browser. Go full screen and start hitting your keys! (Make sure your sound is on).
It’s pretty. And it’s pretty nifty. Thanks Jeff!
This iPhone app displays the current and impending weather patterns in a unique and haptically-rendered colorscape. No charts, no graphs, only color. You can scroll up to check the forecast, pull down to reveal conditions for the next three days. SIMPLE. Pinch the screen to check out the weather for multiple locations you’ve saved at once. All of the viewing options can be seen with informative text, or without in a clean and elegant presentation.
Available now in the iTunes Store.
The Bowden and Sheffield are minimalist, hand crafted cases for the iPad. Available in leather and wool felt options. You can support independent craftsmen like Levi and Eric, student designers from Canada and Idaho who are running the campaign to get these made.
$15,012 of the $20,000 goal has been donated, but there is only 3 days to go. Good luck guys!
Punta Mita lies just 28 miles north of Puerto Vallarta Airport– and it’s down as the crown jewel of Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit. A couple nights here and you’ll see why.
Everyday you can choose to hang by the beach, or by the adult pool– as we did often pictured here. That is, if you don’t get engaged in dozens of activities from tennis to snorkeling to scuba diving right off the beach.
Despite such a large resort, it always seemed to feel empty. There was always space, it was rarely loud or crowded. That meant service was always perfect and timely.
A highlight of the trip was of course the fresh seafood in all the dishes the chefs prepared. Everyday you could order something on the menu as ‘catch of the day’, and actually walk down to the beach at 11am and see what the catch was! Lots of fresh tuna, red snapper, and much more.
Right there on the beach you reserve a piece for lunch or dinner– grilled, in fish tacos, or any other way you like it. So incredible.
Great shot of a party being setup on the beach!
Plantain chip, caramelized over flour less chocolate cake.
Look at that fish! The kids loved it.
It doesn’t get any fresher than this. Tuna, right out of the ocean a few minutes ago.
As the sun set, it was time for the grand opening of the Golf and Gourmet Classic!
Fireworks, and tastings from all the chefs involved. Highly recommend making a trip down there– and I can’t wait to see what they pull off for the event again next year!