It's no surprise that this conglomeration of style and function came from a Scandinavian country--Denmark to be exact. The trioBike appeals to the design-conscious urban family in the know. The unit can be easily converted from a carrier bike to just a bike or push-cart with no tools necessary. On top of trioBike's awesome design and functionality, it also provides a realistic green alternative to driving for short-distance trips. I'd really like to see them put it to the ultimate test--right here on the mean streets of SoHo! Check out the video.
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Happy Zune Day everyone. While today's blogosphere runs amuck with Zune rumors, pros, and cons...we're gonna stay out of it. Instead, let us take a moment to chuckle at this clever photoshoptical illusion from axb500's Flickr.
Quietrevolution's QR5 wind turbine gives context to the use of wind power within an urban environment, where wind speeds are lower and wind directions change frequently. The unconventional shape revolves gracefully, adding aesthetic value to the surrounding environment. QR5's small footprint and adaptability allow it to be situated in a...
is a 30-sided magnetic rhombic triacontahedron that can be dismantled and rearranged to create a variety of 3-D shapes and patterns...definitely a great gift idea for creative types of all ages. Notice how much the geisha likes it.