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MagicBridge

I spent about a year working with a Magic Keyboard and Magic Trackpad and they were so comfortable to use. This little contraption brings them together really nicely. If I ever get those two devices again I'll be buying one of these too!

Posted 30th Mar 2021 @ 21:58

"Not Fried Chicken" ice cream bucket

It just looks so delicious:

At face value, it looks just like a 9 piece bucket of delectable fried chicken, but it's so much more delicious than that. Each one of these “drumsticks” is a complex ice cream creation made with waffle ice cream, a chocolate-covered cookie “bone” and a coating of white chocolate and crushed corn flakes. Equal parts crispy, crunchy, creamy, salty, and sweet, it's as fun to eat as it is delicious.

Price: $99

Posted 22nd Mar 2021 @ 16:53

Home Office Sofa

We're currently in the midst of a house reshuffle and thinking of moving our home office into another room. I wasn't looking, but came across this via Toxel and it looks so comfortable.

What is the future for residential soft seating? How far domestic and work environments are from each other? Brick is a sofa driven by the way people are now working from home and how often they use the sofa to do it. With the right amount of comfort, Brick is focused on usability and convenience. Its modern lines allows for an easier integration on most home interiors.

Posted 19th Mar 2021 @ 12:57

Sweden Solar System

A really interesting project, with a scale of 1:20million. Neptune is located 300km away from the 'Sun'.

The Sweden Solar System (SSS) is the world's largest model of our planetary system. The Sun is represented by the Globe in Stockholm, the largest spherical building in the world, and the planets are lined up in direction north from here.

Distances and sizes are scaled according to 1:20 million, and the inner planets are all in the Stockholm area

Posted 19th Mar 2021 @ 10:54

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