Whether youâ€™re a DIY woodshop hobbyist, tech-savvy tinkerer or a high-end design enthusiast, create a list of your top 5 gift ideas between now and December 7th and you'll be in the running for some amazing prizes.
The Qlocktwo is a simple, cerebral, no-nonsense, and undeniably Teutonic-flavored timetelling device designed by German firm Biegert & Funk. How it works should be completely obvious by the photo. Also, you gotta love the Dieter-from-Sprockets product explanation video:
A UK-based digital printing company called Tonejet has invented a new technology, called the Tonejet process, that passes electrophotographic toner through a print head. What does that mean in English? It means they can print high-res (600-d.p.i.) images on, say, metal cans at "industrial production speeds and competitive costs." For...
CargoCycling.org, dedicated to "The SUV's of the Bike World" has an amazing array of coverage on bicycles designed to hold loads ranging from boxes to babies to beer drinkers:Deutsche Post's mail bikes aren't pretty, but have super capacity and "training wheel"-type stabilizers in the front to prevent tipping under heavy...
Even though we just blogged him a couple of days ago, we're putting the spotlight back on globe-trotting Nokia researcher Jan Chipchase for a brief moment, to draw some eyes to a completely fascinating series of observations on the future of fakes, in China and beyond.Returning from a long research...
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