Saturday, January 31, 2009

Friday, January 30, 2009

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

The Death of Handwriting


Is cursive handwriting even a valid skill anymore? A sentimental Boston Globe article explores this rapidly atrophying communication method, and discovers, although it has its fans, it’s essentially going extinct. More...

Leica M8.2 Safari Edition Camera



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Nikon D3 Cut In Half


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Monday, January 26, 2009


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Peloton


Via: pedalconsumption.com

Albam SS09 Zip Jerkin


"Technically a "jerkin" is a sleeveless jacket but I grew up with it in my head that it is a lightweight bomber style. Technicality to one side, the Albam jerkin has a double layer front to give more wind resistance when on our bikes. Being released in two fabrications the Spinker Drill from an amazing mill in Italy and a lightweight ripstop nylon. We did this so we have something to wear on our bikes but they are great little pieces to layer under or over our cotton work jackets or zip hoody being released in March."

Via: albammoderncraftedclothing.blogspot.com

Camerabag Adds Analog Depth to iPhone Images


Never Center has created a clever iPhone application named Camerabag, that styles images to look like photographs from classic cameras of the past. Different filters can be applied to existing images or to photos taken live. Users can choose between the Helga, 1974, Lolo, Cinema, 1962, Mono and Infrared modes that add different gritty, moody washes over the often bland looking camphone photos. Priced at 99 cents, Camerabag looks like an inexpensive and valuable tool to add character to photos snapped on the run. Check out the Camerabag Flickr pool here.

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Friday, January 23, 2009

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

ddddownload.general-projects.com


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Classic Colourway!


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Acne/Bianchi bicycle


"...a collaboration between Jonny Johansson, creative director behind Swedish denim/design firm Acne, and Italian bike manufacturers Bianchi."

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Girl Skateboards: Where the Wild Things Are Board Series


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All-City Pedals


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Monday, January 19, 2009