Custom Knives

Get one made at Buck’s Knives and start a legacy.

via, gearpatrol

Posters From The Grateful Dead Online Archives

While you’re at it, check out the entire newly launched site here

via, laughingsquid

The Declaration of Internet Freedom

Believe in it.

Food found on the streets of New York City

Street Tucker

(thanks Rog!)

Just Because

Champagne Facials

PETA Gets XXX

Whatever works.

“It’s a safe bet that many visitors to PETA.xxx didn’t set out to learn about how animals are mercilessly slaughtered on today’s factory farms; understandably, such topics are convenient to ignore. That’s why PETA must make our message impossible to forget—and launching a website with a .xxx domain name is one way that we can achieve that goal.”

via, gizmodo

The Culture of Reddit

PBS Off Book.

The World Wonders Project by Google

Makes Sense.

via, laughingsquid

Art Nerd New York

If you find yourself in NYC, and are looking for some off-beat art history, use this great site as a reference.

Lots of New Work From Banksy

The constant hitmaker has updated his website.

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Google Moog(le)

Google is celebrating Bob Moog’s birthday with a Moog Synthesizer on their homepage. Preview it in Japan, and prepare to annoy tomorrow.

I Shot The Serif

Shoot the serif is a type nerd’s afternoon distraction.

via, c-monster

Espo Opens Up Shop

Prints, originals, and books.

Welcome To The Bathtub

Beasts of the Southern Wild now has a great interactive site and tumblr.

Pictures You’d See If You Were To Follow Us On Instagram

@worldsbestever

Gram of Thrones

There’s some potential here.

Wordless Web

A new project by Ji Lee in the form of a plugin that takes the words off of your favorite web pages.

via, coolhunting

Nothing’s Gonna Stop Me Now

The Perfect Strangers Game

(thanks Kiji!)

John Peel’s Personal Record Collection is Being Digitized

Bookmark this.

“The project (containing over 26,000 LPs, 40,000 singles and many thousands of CDs) will release the names and song titles of 100 records a week from the collection, for 26 weeks between May- Oct, featuring the first records from one letter of the alphabet each week. People will be able to listen online to many of these records via links compiled by the project.”

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