Link Pack

Radiolab, one of my favorite podcasts.

Hot Dog Legs. Made me laugh.

Geometry Daily, the amazing blog now offers t-shirts.

Astronaut Bedding. It doesn’t get better than this.

Bike to Office Bag. Great gift for a biking dude.

– Wait, what? That clutch is a Bluetooth speaker? Yeah, ladies!

Vintage guide to the Internet. Wow.

On Bloomberg the other day there was a fascinating article pointing out that, not only was the idea of moving people via pneumatic tubes previously conceived of in the 19th century, one guy in New York actually built a working prototype of such a system in 1867 that moved thousands of people between Murray and Warren streets downtown, during the Boss Tweed era! Read the article.

– The guys at the Dust Panda booth at the NYNOW show made me chuckle. Adorable.

Knitted Helvetica “Hi” Baby Blanket.

When was the last time you did something powerfully meaningless?

– Couldn’t help but chuckle seeing this: Virtually Hike Through the Swiss Alps While Exercising With This App (thanks Joanna)

– My friend Blake of Matchstic in Atlanta is looking to hire an Art Director. Good people!

Mens Pants embroidered with Hot Dogs and Burgers. No Joke.

Waffles on skewers. Yes!

Brooklyn Pizza Plates. Yay!

The Making of a Steinway (via)

7 Comments leave a comment below

  1. thanks for the link love! and yes, waffles on skewers – how awesome!

  2. Thanks so much for including my Helvetica “Hi” blanket!! Wow.

  3. Appreciate the link to my piece on the power of meaninglessness! You’ve brought a lot of yay! to my day :)

  4. RE: Steinway – have you seen this doc:

    Amazing. Available on Netflix streaming. Don’t miss it.

  5. Thank you, Tina, for sharing Jad and Robert *in person* with me. I am a HUGE Radiolab fan, but believe it or not, I have never seen a picture of either of them. I think I was subconsciously trying *not* to change my “picture” of them in my head. Loved, loved the little documentary!

  6. Thanx Tina, great package, as always.
    the best for me this time: Radiolab!
    What a find!!!

  7. Yes! Finally someone writes about steinway pianos.