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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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Mix It Up: The Manhattan Project

Mix It Up: The Manhattan Project

Melissa Hellstern February 20, 2012 2

Dale Degroff, called the grandfather of the cocktail revolution, says the cocktail is America’s first culinary art form: “We took the European traditions of punch and everything, and we extrapolated back into a single glass, a

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Meryl Streep…More Than a Mimic?

Meryl Streep…More Than a Mimic?

Emily S. Finn February 19, 2012 0

The year is 1947; the place, Brooklyn. The blonde glides through English words in her characteristic Slavic lilt, saying dat for that and skeert for skirt. She pushes vowels out through her nose, and

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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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Ballet in Sneakers

Ballet in Sneakers

Dan Murphy February 17, 2012 1

The three-point shot in college basketball is egalitarian.The rule, added to the college game 25 seasons ago, helps level the playing field. It lets short guards shine in a game frequently dominated by giants,

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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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5 Key Guidelines on Meeting a Celebrity

5 Key Guidelines on Meeting a Celebrity

Great Design February 14, 2012 1

1. First and foremost, think about how you (should) behave when you encounter a new dog for the first time…ignore it for the first 2-3 minutes. Although this doesn’t really create a level playing

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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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