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cool design stuff
February 3, 2009, 12:10 am
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aquarium sink!

aquarium sink!

While I’m on a posting spree, this one was delayed from the early days of the second quarter, when I was doing research on existing products for Domestic Appliances in the vague direction of keeping food fresh.

Not all of the things here are related, but that’s how internet surfing goes. Strangely, that’s something I don’t really do too often. Does this have to do with lack of involvement with Web 2.0 again?

Some products were found on a site called popgadget, a personal technology site devoted to women, but many seem good for either sex.

foldable tableware!

foldable tableware!

pins make stained shirts wearable again

pins make stained shirts wearable again

a different sort of fruit holder

a different sort of fruit holder

a sleek vacuum packaging device

a sleek vacuum packaging device that is better designed than anything I would have thought of



Confessions of a lame Web 2.0-square
September 25, 2008, 11:03 pm
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I realized that the photo interface of my blog is not ideal, and that it has to do with what theme I picked from WordPress.  (So some themes have gallery navigation, while mine and several others that I like don’t.)  One solution is to use Flickr.

But I don’t know how to use Flickr.  I’ve only been on it maybe 7 times, ever.

I don’t know what del.icio.us is, but the address looks trendy.

I’ve only just started to listen to podcasts.  I still don’t know about that internet radio thing or other bling features that iTunes has, nor have I really acknowledged the superpowers of an Apple product.

I’m getting more comfortable with tagging, but don’t really know how it works for a blog.  Even less so for categories.  Sooner or later I will learn that it doesn’t matter.

I have seen the twitter website once and it felt a little chaotic to read a bunch of broadcasts.

I don’t visit sites like digg.com, because I can’t tell what’s actually important to look at.

And I still haven’t touched RSS feeds.  It feels like evil, uncontrollable email.

There, I said it.  I feel better now.