The Core77 team spends time combing through the news so you don't have to. Here's a weekly roundup of our favorite finds from the World Wide Web:
Crazy trapezoidal 1980s concept car.
A bad-ass triple violin-playing machine with a rotary bow design.
The Milan furniture fair is fast approaching—time to brush up on your Italian hand gestures - Bruno Munari will be your teacher.
World's worst Uber ride (it involves an exploding gas station).
Difficult information security concepts explained by Google and the Washington Post.
Google's new algorithm shrinks JPEG files by 35 percent.
Pass the Heinz, Don Draper style.
Friday Throwback: Do you still get brain tingles from this internet classic?
Leave a window open while you work today and monitor your transtextual response.
John Maeda's Design In Tech report, delivered at this year's SXSW conference, covers design trends revolutionizing the entrepreneurial and corporate ecosystems in tech, related M&A activity, new patterns in creativity × business, and the rise of computational design.
I'd buy it: ART-T-QUE.
Apparently the answer to saving our planet's beaches is to drink more beer? I'm sure there are plenty of people out there up for this arduous task...
Speaking of beaches: Watch Core77 Co-Founder Stuart Constantine launch an 11 ft hammerhead shark back into the ocean (!!!).
Hot Tip: Check out more blazin' Internet finds on our Twitter page.