Shared by Alan Apple come up with the most ridiculous reasons to keep competing software out of the hands of their users. Then, says Crosby: “We were rejected for objectionable content. They provided screenshots of the words ‘shit’ and ‘fuck’ … Continue reading
Shared by Alan Who needs an alarm? I want one of these! In artist FilthyLuker’s street installations, giant inflatable tentacles emerge from buildings and vehicles, creating the sense that a monstrous kraken or Lovecraftian horror is trapped inside. FilthyLuker creates … Continue reading
How about this for a New Rule: Not everything in America has to make a profit. It used to be that there were some services and institutions so vital to our nation that they were exempt from market pressures. Some … Continue reading
Shared by Alan These are smart. Designed by ChappsMalina, Little Fury & Help Remedies | Country: United States | Buy it This is an auto import from my Google Reader shares. Read more at the original site.
This is pretty wicked too: Shark Attack Hat – KNITTING.
This is awesome. Knit me one ! God of Thunder and Rock’n’Roll – Me and The Big Green C.
Brilliant. Although Eve would probably make even more sense. Bookofjoe [via Evil Mad Scientist Labs’ Twitter feed] Read more | Permalink | Comments | Read more articles in Mods | Digg this! This content was generated from Alan’s shared items … Continue reading
Shared by Alan Aw. Ain’t that cute. Here’s a downloadable pattern for knitting your own “Smittens” — mittens for holding hands in. Smitten designed by Julie Weisenberger (via Craft) This content was generated from Alan’s shared items in Google Reader. … Continue reading
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The New Scientist’s blog has this thought provoking article on the inequalities cause by migration controls. Do take the time to read it. Fred’s Footprint: Migration controls are the new apartheid – Short Sharp Science – New Scientist.