I was stuck on the highway yesterday and noticed a disco ball (!) on the side of the road.
A DISCO BALL!
How does one loose a disco ball on the highway? I can’t stop thinking about possible scenarios. Life is so wonderfully absurd at times, isn’t it?
Me: “What do you think I do at work all day?”
Ella (8): “Sit at your computer and laugh!”
Dead on. The fact, that Ella knows my job makes me happy, is the *best thing ever*. Now I just have to help her find her path…
Look Birdy is a simple photo app that makes kids look! Made me smile.
Watching traffic moving trough this intersection in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia makes my heart race a bit faster.
This plant pot made me laugh. (such a great idea, but sad choice of typeface)
Noisli is a background noise generator ideal for working and relaxing. (Plus Text Editor for distraction-free writing with plain text and Markdown support.)
So simple. So neat.
Now your favorite Tweets can become a lasting work of art: Permanent140 immortalizes great Tweets by laser etching them onto wood or metal.
What a fun gift. Two swissmiss thumbs up.
Another few days, and I’ll be scooting through Brooklyn with my very own Amish Made Scooter. Can’t wait.
These Sushi Slippers made me laugh.
This LEGO Easter bunny gets my two thumbs up.
These Banner Sticky Notes by Fred & Friends made me chuckle. Oh the fun that could be head!
This retro cassette player iphone speaker made me chuckle. Probably sounds horrible, just like the original I had when I was a kid, sans iphone.
This must be the most wonderfully zen and magical video on YouTube. Thanks to my studiomate Albert Lee for pointing me to it.
I feel so online print by Jean Jullien. Made me smile.
We *just* launched our very first Invisible Tattly in collaboration with Mario the Magician.
It feels good to innovate.
Google Japan wins this April Fools Day.
There are no toys allowed at the breakfast table in our house. This might change with the Build-On Brick Mug. Get your LEGO on!
Put on your Thinking Cap. Literally. Made me smile.
A Luckey Climber is a three dimensional sculpture designed for children to climb on.
Made of bent plywood platforms that are suspended by steel pipes and cables, climbers are visually elegant works of art that are also part jungle gym and once alive with children they become what Thomas Luckey called “fountains of children.“
Absolutely love this.
(Also, made me think of this episode…)