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The Gunfighter

The Gunfighter from Eric Kissack on Vimeo.

Suck it, England. (Filler post, heh heh heh.)

Kickstarter Wallets

If you've ever wondered why there are so many wallets on Kickstarter, they've published an article on that. Wallets are a perennial around here: one of a handful of products you’ll consistently see at least two or three of on the site, well on their way to being funded, any time you look. Minimalist wallets, […]

Gyroscopic Precession

Very well done video. The bike tire example is nicely done.

Don't assume that everyone else is going to drive properly. Others make mistakes, but you can avoid accidents by driving defensively.

They had a security breach. Log on and update your eBay password if you haven't already. That is all for this public service announcement.

Stop forcing people to wear bike helmets. Not motorcyclists. Bikers. Bike riders. There's very little evidence to support the idea that bicycling is terribly dangerous. In fact, wearing a helmet may make you more likely to get in in an accident.

The Illusion of Life

The illusion of life from cento lodigiani on Vimeo. The 12 basic principles of animation were developed by the 'old men' of Walt Disney Studios, amongst them Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston, during the 1930s. Of course they weren't old men at the time, but young men who were at the forefront of exciting discoveries […]

$15 Minimum Wage

Wow. That's about $30k/year if you work full-time.

Booing Robinson Cano

Funny: Booing practice: Robinson Cano stuns Yankees fans who heckle on 'Tonight Show'

Nomos Watchmaking

The Invention of the AeroPress and a bunch of other little details about inventing, trial and error, business, etc. P.S. Apparently the preferred method of brewing is upside down:

How to Coil Cables

Pretty much pegged it.

A friend and I are writing a book. It's called Lowest Score Wins, and it's nearly done. We launched it with an Indiegogo campaign last December. It's a book written by two people, and as such, we use the word "we" quite often. Yet… there are plenty of parts of the book that can only […]

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