August262012
parislemon:

The sad state of the world explained as only The Onion can.

parislemon:

The sad state of the world explained as only The Onion can.

(Source: cajunboy)

10AM

parislemon:

“And boy, have we patented it.”

August72012
parislemon:

This fancy.

parislemon:

This fancy.

(Source: 80s-touch)

1AM
emergentfutures:

The Pacific Ocean is becoming caffeinated


Caffeine levels off the potentially polluted areas were below the detectable limit, about 9 nanograms per liter. The wilder coastlines were comparatively highly caffeinated, at about 45 nanograms per liter …

Full Story: Grist

emergentfutures:

The Pacific Ocean is becoming caffeinated

Caffeine levels off the potentially polluted areas were below the detectable limit, about 9 nanograms per liter. The wilder coastlines were comparatively highly caffeinated, at about 45 nanograms per liter …


Full Story: Grist

1AM
August52012

Now and then

aweleczka:

Back in the days:

6GB? what do you need 6GB of storage will never have that much music on that little thing.

Today:

hmm 32GB, do you have the 64GB-Version as well, and while you are looking for this, is there a bigger one or a way of extending the storage of this thing?

(via sharpsmod-deactivated20140422)

1PM
1PM
curiositycounts:

When designers are looking to be “innovative,” many often forget that it’s not just about trendy aesthetic appeal. It’s about genuinely improving an experience and filling a need. Korean designer Joonhuyn Kim’s “Flat Bulb” does just that, reducing its volume to be 1/3 smaller, reducing the cost of packaging and transport. Better yet, its slim shape allows bulbs to be easily stacked and prevents breakage as it does not roll.” Simple, yet effective. That gets design daps. 
(via)

The reinvented 133 year old light bulb

curiositycounts:

When designers are looking to be “innovative,” many often forget that it’s not just about trendy aesthetic appeal. It’s about genuinely improving an experience and filling a need. Korean designer Joonhuyn Kim’s “Flat Bulb” does just that, reducing its volume to be 1/3 smaller, reducing the cost of packaging and transport. Better yet, its slim shape allows bulbs to be easily stacked and prevents breakage as it does not roll.” Simple, yet effective. That gets design daps. 

(via)

The reinvented 133 year old light bulb

(Source: curiositycounts, via emergentfutures)

1PM

chazmcintyre:

Nokia Easy by Bez Dimitri.

A simplistic phone for the elderly.

It really is a dumbphone

(Source: really-shit, via emergentfutures)

1PM
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