July 22, 2010
Documentaryheaven.com — 'Food for your brain'
It is what
Documentaries up the wazoo.
Be careful, once you enter you may not want to leave.
World's most technical skewer — "No more runaway kabobs"
From the website:
No more cramming and crowding pieces onto a wooden skewer and then having it roll around on the grill.
The long handle make the skewer easy to turn and keeps your hands away from the heat of the fire.
With 9 separate prongs, this stainless steel skewer is easy to load — and unload.
If the shrimp is done before the zucchini, no problem — just remove it.
Lays flat on the grill.
Two for $20.
Twitter Mood Map of the U.S.
"U.S. mood throughout the day inferred from Twitter."
Are you feeling it?
Edible Glass — How do you yell "par-táy?"
Notice anything different about the glasses above?
Biodegradeable drinking glasses made entirely from agar agar (a gelatinous substance made from red algae) in three flavors and colors:
Lemon-Basil/Yellow, Ginger-Mint/Green, and Rosemary-Beet/Red.
The glasses are meant to be thrown in the grass after use, as the agar agar base actually nourishes plants.
The concept and design won the Runner-Up Award for Structural/Sculptural Integrity in the GSS Jell-O Mold Competition.
Shopping for shoes with Kate Gilmore
Fish Cord Keeper
Control your headphone/earbud wires with flair.
7.5cm L x 2.7cm W x 0.6cm D.
Blue or Green silicone.
Do you have any idea...
I simply couldn't resist posting this.
Forgive me if I'm too easily amused.
Van Gogh Disappearing Ear Mug
"Add hot liquid and Van Gogh's ear disappears."
Ceramic; 11 oz. capacity.