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August 27, 2006

11 Links For A Sunday

I have been adding a lot of stuff to my del.icio.us pages and there is a lot of interesting content I wanted to highlight, but haven’t have time to blog about. So here are a few, semi-contextless links for you, Springspotters (also check out the related site, Trendwatching) – Yes, I have signed up. ThisOneNext […]

I have been adding a lot of stuff to my del.icio.us pages and there is a lot of interesting content I wanted to highlight, but haven’t have time to blog about. So here are a few, semi-contextless links for you,

Springspotters (also check out the related site, Trendwatching) – Yes, I have signed up.
ThisOneNext – About one in a thousand links makes to my bookmarks bar (no exageration!); this one made in straight there.
Tumbleweed Tiny House Company – I have dreamt about these kinds of structures many times.
Remo General Store – I used to shop in their old Sydney store in the late 80s and remember mourning their closure in the mid 90s. They are now back and giving us another interesting business model and set of products.
Stop Motion Studies – Compelling; something I want to try.
The Principles of Uncertainty by Maira Kalman – WOW!
How to Write More Clearly, Think More Clearly, and Learn Complex Material More Easily – It is a powerpoint presentation, so in principle it sucks. However, if you have the patience, it rewards you with good content.
The Perfect Car for Women – Has L’s seal of approval.
Mirror Widget – Just the thing is you need to check for loose bits of croissant or cappuccino foam.
Galacticast – There is some much of this sort of fan-video-fiction emerging on the web and this is some of the funniest of all (if you like popular Sci-Fi). An interesting trend.
Top 10 Strangest Lego Creations – I struggle to describe this stuff; amazing.

Responses
Sivin 15 years ago

I loved the Lego and writing links! Thanks

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