Kenji Toma Flower Encyclopedia
Also a book: The Most Beautiful Flowers
5 days ago
What Happens Next Will Amaze You (Maciej Ceglowski)
"A talk about the corporate side of our culture of total surveillance. The odd story of how advertisers destoyed our online privacy and then found themselves swindled by robots. Six fixes that I think could restore Internet privacy. Capitalists who act like central planners, and an industry that insists on changing the world without even being able to change San Francisco."
privacy  advert  law  internet  business  spy 
october 2015
Let’s Encrypt
Let’s Encrypt is a new Certificate Authority:
It’s free, automated, and open.
Arriving Summer 2015
ssl  security  apps 
november 2014
French gearbox for mountain bikes
april 2014
The uncomfortable project. Katerina Kamprani
KK decided to create and design for all the wrong reasons. Vindictive and nasty? Or a helpful study of everyday objects?
The goal is to re- design useful objects making them uncomfortable but usable and maintain the semiotics of the original item.
design  art 
march 2014
Public Suffix List
A "public suffix" is one under which Internet users can directly register names.
dns  data 
march 2014
I search craigslist for photos of mirrors for sale and post them here.
mirror  blogs  craigslist 
january 2014
Vigurvant Pedals
“It's hard to believe that in a few seconds these pedals will turn your bicycle into the coolest tandem.”
january 2014
Kevin Brown's Guide to Avoiding Injury
Stabilizer exercises for knees, shoulders, and back
december 2013
Santa brand book
Customers' belief in *Santa* correlates directly to their chronological status.
christmas  marketing  language 
december 2013
Bike Shift Lever for Anybody, by Anybody by One Street Components
Simple, durable, serviceable, customizable shifter with distributed production, for whole world
october 2013
How the NFL Fleeces Taxpayers
Taxpayers fund the stadiums, antitrust law doesn't apply to broadcast deals, the league enjoys nonprofit status, and Commissioner Roger Goodell makes $30 million a year. It's time to stop the public giveaways to America's richest sports league—and to the feudal lords who own its teams.
nfl  scam  politics  tax 
september 2013
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