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OXO Grinds Better. This Might Make Salt Jealous.

OXO Grinds Better. This Might Make Salt Jealous.

Jenni Jane Hellstern August 1, 2012 0

Food is a kind attack on all the senses, we all know that, and the tools we use in the kitchen should be no different.  We smell, taste, touch, hear and see everything that

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Genuine Music

Genuine Music

D Callahan June 6, 2012 1

The banjo is one of the most undervalued instruments in the world, yet it comes from a time and a people who defined American culture.  From its structure to its sound, its sheen to

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Grow Young at Toy Tokyo

Grow Young at Toy Tokyo

D Callahan May 16, 2012 0

Hidden amongst the tourist trap accessory shops, the surprisingly still erect STOMP theatre, and countless ramen restaurants of the St. Mark’s Place area of Manhattan’s Lower East Side is an adult toy store called Toy

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Stabile 2.0 iPad Stand

Stabile 2.0 iPad Stand

Great Design February 20, 2012 1

This visually handsome solid steel stand from ThoughtOut is an appropriately rugged, yet balanced support bracket that allows the iPad user a rock solid base from which use/display/recharge their device. Weighing in at 2.5

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Herman Miller’s SETU is “simple as possible, but no simpler.”

Herman Miller’s SETU is “simple as possible, but no simpler.”

Great Design February 18, 2012 0

When it comes to the office, multipurpose chairs are used where people sit for shorter periods and move frequently (conference rooms, touchdown workstations, collaborative spaces). However, given how the world has changed and will

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Lelo Nea

Lelo Nea

Emerson Whitney February 15, 2012 1

As a deliberate departure from its more phallic cousins, the LELO Nea vibrator is nothing like the gyrating rabbits and lux pocket-rockets of yore. This is an adult “personal massager” that’s strictly a pleasure

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Lomography Rule #1: Don’t Worry About Any Rules

Lomography Rule #1: Don’t Worry About Any Rules

Amelia Sellers February 13, 2012 1

When I first encountered (and owned) my first Lomography camera (A ‘Holga 120’ to be exact), I wondered how this little black, plastic, box weighing far less than a pound, could possibly produce any

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