Thursday, December 24, 2009

Christmas carols from phoney chandeliers

Experience Mobile Mobile from James Théophane Jnr on Vimeo.

VIA brainpickings

Money Merry Go Rounds


"Twelve carousel horses created from recent issues of The Financial Times, with garlands made from replicated international bank notes. The bucking and galloping horses sit upon golden poles, circling the area. Reflecting the ups and downs of the world’s stock market, and financial climate.The carousel placed in London's financial district of Bank reflects on the city as a financial playground."

VIA woostercollective

Xmas adornments



The Unsettling Shape of Things to Come

"Introspection""Shake Grande"

Very cool work by Emilio Fos.

Eye spy the future of eyes

Contact lens in eye

A contact lens that measures the wearer's glucose levels, producing a shift in hue.

Suncontacts that transition from dark to light.

Eyes gone anime.

Digital map eyes."The latest project from DARPA, the Pentagon’s blue sky science and technology division, will enable troops to see an info-“augmented” reality all around them, via contact lenses that provide “first-person shooter-type video game” environments."

It's a razor. It's a phone. It's a razor phone.

20 Innovations in Shaving

From all the recent cell phone ad-ons, I can honestly say I've never thought of configuring a shaving while talking combo. But I suppose men may feel differently about such a contraption. For those interested, the Rong Zun 758 Razor Phone is only $117.


Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Unicorn horning there's an app for that

Yes and Yes.

Holidays cards for those you don't care about

... I kid I love you all blogosphere readers. I really do.

VIA BKdollarholidays

The web: vintage paperback edition


Go kill your Facebook Self

Seppuko offers assisted suicide to all those ready to let their facebook selves die an honorable death. Complete with commemorative tomb and a chance to provide a testimonial of your dying words, the site ads some japanese authenticity to internet death.

I say, if you're willing to sacrifice friends for a whopper, it may just be time to pull the plug and off yourself. Just a thought.

VIA laughing squid

Pearltrees turns internet into your personal buffet

Pearltrees is designed to organize the internet according to your preferences and interests. While the idea may be a timesaver, it seems to eliminate the roaming that makes the internet fun. To each their own. Check it out and see if you like it.