Gaffer tape: as the old sound engineers’ line goes, it has a light side, a dark side, and it holds the universe together. Tokyo train
BLDGBLOG has posted an interview with urban explorer Michael Cook featuring some remarkable photos of Canada’s sewage system. Fans of sewage and drains could do
Check out the quirky illustrations by the talented young artist Gaz Barnett. See more at his MySpace page.
Tim’s reconfigured barnet makes him move at great speeds. This, combined this with his enhanced hunter-gatherer instincts, makes him extremely difficult to photograph. This is
VentureBeat reports than CafeMom , the social network for mothers, has raised an additional $5 million in funding. This follows news that Playboy has launched
I’ve been playing around the Tafiti beta, which uses Microsoft’s Silverlight technology. The system is little more than a proof of concept at the moment,
MeAndJo have some very nice vintage furniture in stock, including this delightful 1950s office machine stand. This refinished 1960s medical cabinet in striking uber-lumo-banana yellow
Twittervision is a fun Twitter / Google Maps mashup that shows a never-ending stream of banal Twitter messages in realtime from across the globe.
Gadgets: ever diminishing, ever evolving. Phones have gone from being 10kg beasts as used by Colonel Decker in the A-Team to waif-like slivers of metal
Who am I to ignore valuable life skills delivered by a friendly tiger family?
Check out this incredibly ornate, laser-cut rug on the Brocade Home online store. I wouldn’t fancy dragging a Dyson over it mind you…
A safety-concious couple in Ohio have devised an intriguing method of reducing the speed of traffic in their neighbourhood. Mr & Mrs Wood have been
Japanese online store Artless is selling the MTG series of mugs for approximately Â£9 a pop. The ideal way to reduce confusion amongst clients, colleagues,
pocketcalculatorshow.com‘s nerd watch museum has some great retro timepieces. They’re even selling a few watches too.