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– Disposable tableware made of bioplastic by Chinese designer Qiyun Deng – how cool.

– You much check out Tiny Atlas. It’s such a wonderfully done website of travel stories by a “chunk of creative class”

– Its been such fun to look at what advertising used to be like in the 1950’s on Plan 59, which is full of mid-century illustrations.

– A very well written review on a pair of $600 glasses that solve colour blindness.

– Clean lines, black, white and wood is what makes the home of Majbritt Meng and Jesper Johansen feel so tranquil.

– Have you wondered what is the one thing that crazy successful people do every morning?

– The Lost Type Co-Op is a Pay-What-You-Want Type foundry, the first of its kind. Users have the opportunity to pay whatever they like for a font, you can even type in ‘$0’ for a free download.

 Varsity Bookmarking is a weekly interview magazine where questions are answered with links – very interesting.

– The 7-Word Autobiographies of Famous Writers, Artists, Musicians, and Philosophers – wonder what mine could be.

– Almost all of us have tried to press leaves and flowers between our books as children. Here are some amazing tips to press botanicals that you could adorn your home with.

25 tips for a better life.

– Handwriting may be a lost art, but it is still an invaluable skill. Read the benefits of writing by hand.



– Made me smile looking at the expressions on Kids trying new foods.

– Explore the world with GeoGuessr. This web-based game places the player on randomly determined locations in the world, making you guess the location using clues only available in the Google Street View

9 of the most fascinating mansions from around the world.

Choosing the Right Seat can be real musical chairs at times.

– What the Internet is doing to our brains – memory consolidation.

– An innovative chocolate packaging – love the little details.

– Would love to add some of these unique pieces of furniture to my decor.

– Hi is a wonderful platform to capture moments from around the world turning it into a narrative mapping using “moment sketches”. It’s an invite only for the time being but you can add yourself to the queue.

– Notice what connects Maroon 5’s Love Somebody with Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines is a topless model called Emily Ratajkowski . Both videos have met with controversies worldwide but the songs are currently on repeat mode on my playlists.

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