There’s No Emoji For Bricked Shot

I needed one of those last night. Anyway, Emoji’s Explained.


Brian Eno and Peter Chilvers music-making app.

Kenzo Digital x Kenzo Paris

Our boy Kenzo Digital killed it with this digital jungle projection at the recent Kenzo fashion show in Paris.


The business card of the future.

via, gearpatrol

Thank You, Gizmodo

How to Beat Time Warner’s Bullsh*t Modem Rental Fee aka where to buy the five modems that the company has approved for purchase in New York.

Doin’ the hard work for us.

Doggy Radio by Yoshitomo Nara

The cutest way to combine art and music.

For The Budding Meteorologist Who Decided To Go Into Finance Instead

The Netatmo Urban Weather Station for the iPhone, iPad, and Android.

Casey Neistat Builds an iPhone 5 dock

From the school of Sachs.


The Philips Avance Airfryer XL

via, werd

GPS-Enabled Shoes

What a great idea.

No Place Like Home shoes by Dominic Wilcox

via, selectism

The Tumblr For The Terrible iOS 6 Maps


via, boingboing


TinyPNG is an awesome tool/website. All you do is drop a .png file that you need to compress onto the page and TinyPNG will compress it up to 76%, alpha transparency preserved.

So… how does it work?

“TinyPNG uses smart lossy compression techniques to reduce the file size of your PNG files. By selectively decreasing the number of colours in the image, fewer bytes are required to store the data. The effect is nearly invisible but it makes a very large difference in file size!”

Visit here

Leon Reid IV’s iPhone 6

A cool new sculpture editi0n from Leon Reid IV.

Purchasing info here

The Cassette To iPod Converter

It’s time to dig up that old Reebok shoebox in your parents basement storage.

via, thd

Horween Leather MacBook Air Sleeve


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Canon Powershot S110

Our favorite point-and-shoot just got even more advanced with a touch panel LCD, and built-in Wi-Fi.

Shaka Sign Into A Phone Call

The hi-Call is a glove that enables you via bluetooth to talk through your hand.

Lunchtime Laughter

Jimmy Kimmel: People love the new iPhone 5, even though it’s the iPhone 4s.

A Proper Eulogy For The Wii

With the Wii U being announced this Thursday, Stephen Totilo writes a proper farewell to the old Wii over on Kotaku.

My favorite Wii memory was when I used to work at Condé Nast and tried unsuccessfully to convince them that my fitness expense should cover the Wii Fit. They didn’t think so, but I still bought it anyway.

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