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Monthly Archives: December 2010
2010: A year of crisis, challenge, difficulty, intensity, obstacles, disillusionment & in the end, a hope for a better tomorrow, a new day, new year & new decade dawning. Hello 2011.
In keeping with the time-honored tradition of the mainstream, old-school print media that keeps re-running that tired whack “Letter about Santa Clause” every year by some obviously hallucinating young girl named Virginia (yeah, right), I thought I would continue my … Continue reading
via Core77 Power to the people! (At least those of us with an iPhone4). This battery case is sweet, with all apologies to Morphie and their Juice Pack Air, which for the past few years has been keeping my daughter’s … Continue reading
via Engadget Talk, not type, to communicate? Well that’s almost like using your phone to, well, CALL & SPEAK to someone. What is this world coming to? Although it’s a bit odd to see the Jawbone name attached to something … Continue reading
via Boing Boing These aren’t your average, run-of-the-mill stickers. I’ve got to admit that I’m extremely attracted to Naoto Hattori’s sticker collection (also available as prints and in other forms), shown here. $20 is … Read More >>
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