Two years ago, I got the opportunity to visit the workshop of Minneapolis artist Charlie Bucket and see his fascinating efforts to knit plastic tubing into wearable art that could then be pumped full of colored liquid. The last time I saw this stuff, he had a very simple, very loosely knitted prototype dress made up, and hadn't totally figured out how to control the movement of fluid. Now, just look at it. Bucket's done some amazing work. I'm so pleased to see such an awesome end result!
What is "Blockchain Certified" spaghetti? Andy Baio wondered that when he found a box of pasta that said: Blockchain CertifiedThis product has been certified with the ITEM× Blockchain Tool.Scan the QR-code to browse its production and traceability information. Andy scanned the code and landed on a clunky website with a cartoonish gold badge. Andy tweeted,… READ THE REST
Many restaurants in San Francisco are doing their best to survive the pandemic by building "parklets," which are sidewalk structures with tables and chairs. Parklets help stop the spread of Covid because they don't have windows, thus diluting any airborne virus being spread. In July, the city's Board of Supervisors voted to make parklets permanent. But… READ THE REST
Watching Tony Hawk hit a varial 540 one last time is awesome, but watching Tony Hawk do the work to land it is even better. This is just fantastic. If this truly was his last time hitting this trick it was certainly one of his best. READ THE REST
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. With people feeling stranded inside their own homes during much of last year, one of the easiest ways to take things off their minds was by picking up a new hobby.… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Anybody who's owned a phone charger, or any other charger with a small cord for headphones or a similar device, knows how quickly they can wear down. Not only that, but… READ THE REST