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I love the idea of Google Envelopes -- where the route between sender & recipient is printed directly on the envelope. Too bad it doesn't exist yet. But, for something close that DOES exist, try Map Envelope -- where you print your own envelopes lined with Google...
Today everyone is supposed to go barefoot to support shoeless kids around the world. Tom's shoes donates one pair for every pair bought to kids around the world. A good cause to go barefoot today.
Peepshi = Peeps Sushi = Yum.
KFC is introducing a new bacon & cheese sandwich on April 12th. Unlike their competition, they've decided to replace the good-for-nothing "bread" found in most sandwiches with two heart-challenging slabs of fried chicken. It's almost as if KFC is trying to weed...
An animated film made with a currency counter = awesome.
Sepiatown provides a glimpse of what Google streetview might have looked like if it existed a century ago.
Sarina Brewer's taxidermal art utilizes the salvaged parts of real-world critters to create a stunning array of beautiful & fantastic other-worldly creatures. The "Classic Griffin" incorporates turkey, wildcat & rooster. See her site for a surprisingly...
Artist Alexa Meade works in a 'reverse trompe l’oeil' style -- in which she paints an artistic interpretation of her subject directly over the real-life subject.
At long last, the highly-anticipated anthology of two of Beach Bum Berry's amazing (and difficult to find) books is now available as Beach Bum Berry Remixed. Merging content from both Intoxica! and the Grog Log, Beach Bum Berry Remixed also features "40 newly...
The page displaying this brilliant use of a standard office supply is not in English, but the photos speak for themselves. Cheap & easy cable organization:
Today in home decorating: Gummi Bear Chandeliers. One is tall & elegant. The is globe-shaped & amazing.
A short, sweet article on the cherished L.A. tiki bar: The Tiki Ti
A collection of "honest" movie posters that replaces the standard hype with titles & text that more accurately portray the film's content. Example:
Yahoo! Answers allows anyone to pose a question to the ENTIRE INTERNET. Sometimes the questions & answers are informative, helpful & intelligent; more often they result in a Yahoo! Answer Fail.
Artist Kumi Yamashita's impressive work combines mechanics, light & brilliance:
Today, on Hanttula.com's "IT CAME FROM eBAY..." is a rather intriguing 1930's police fingerprinting kit. What would one do with this? I have no idea. Still, pretty cool...