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August 11, 2013

All-in-One: 12-course meal in a can

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Artist Chris Godfrey writes:

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"Contemporary culture means on every trip into town, you're bombarded with gimmicks galore. Gimmicks often diminish their products to turn a profit; downgrading on the content but selling you something that's '50% more.' The All-in-One 12-course meal in a can offers the average Joe a chance to dine like royalty without the washing up."

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The 12 courses:

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[via JunkCulture, psfk, and Procrastinaut]

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Brick Cell Phone

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From the website:

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Just5 Brick is a reliable cell phone with big buttons and minimum set of basic functions for people who just need to make and receive calls.

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Just5 Brick's design is a reminder of the good old days when the word smartphone hasn't even been invented yet.

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The large buttons make it easy to dial a number or send a text message.

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The monochrome display and retractable antenna designed to receive a strong radio signal bring back pleasant memories.

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Red, Olive, White, Gray, Brown.

$91.

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Who has Google Glass?

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Andrej Karpathy, he of the average 17-second average Rubik's Cube solution and myriad other projects and activities, created a page with all manner of stuff about people who got Glass.

Up top, a Word Cloud of Twitter descriptions of winners.

Below, a Word Cloud of applications.

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Below, Word Cloud of the most common #hashtags in Glass applications.

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Below, a map displaying 2,280 Twitter winners "who had parsable locations by Google Maps API."

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Keyring Ruler

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"The classic metal ruler in a compact keyring size."

Stainless steel.

2"/5.5cm.

$10.99.

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Catme 13/Glass Effect 35 — Out and about in Charlottesville

Above, uranium glass at an antique shop.

Below, a strange toilet at a Gordonsville restaurant.

Finally, a rare 1904 Northern Electric telephone.

Glass is really useful for stuff like this.

Like having an excellent personal secretary, only better.

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Note added at 9:47 p.m. Sunday night in response to the comment of reader Saul Castellanos who wrote "Hello Joseph, I cannot sleep tonight until you tell us what the note actually says on top of that toilet."

Your wish is my demand:

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Skateboard Mirror

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From the website:

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Made from stainless steel and mirrored glass with genuine skate trucks.

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Comes with a pack of skate stickers to customize the front.

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Hang vertically or horizontally or simply prop it up in the corner of the room, do any of these things — but please don't skate on it, after all it is a Skateboard Mirror not a mirror skateboard, a very important distinction.

Details and Features:

Stainless steel and mirrored glass panel with skateboard wheels and trucks.

29.7"L x 7.5"W x 5.1"H.

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$199.

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