Monthly Archives: September 2010

How Beautiful and Moving: The Power of Music in WWII



90-year-old vet Col. Jack Tueller recounts a remarkable experience he had in WWII…an anecdote about a German sniper he neutralized with a love song.

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Speed Ambient: UPS Express Delivery


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The art is not original and seems to have been taken straight from the sculpture by Ryan Johnson. But the association of this art with a delivery service to demonstrate speed is good.

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Creative Sink Accessory: Turn any faucet into a drinking fountain


Creative Sink Accessory 1 Creative Sink Accessory: Turn any faucet into a drinking fountainThe Tapi slides onto any faucet and transforms it into a switchable tap and fountain, all at the squeeze of a rubber nipple. The silicone blob fits over the tap’s tip and lets water through as normal. Give it a squeeze and the flow is cut, which redirects the water out of a hole in the top giving an instant drinking-fountain. In the kitchen it’s good for a quick sip without dirtying a glass. In the bathroom it works well for rinsing the toothpaste suds from your frothing maw.

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‘Mad Men’ Behind the Scenes Photos


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Listening To a Radio – 1990 vs. 2010


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This Shit Sucks


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RIP: Last surviving player from first World Cup final dies


Francisco Varallo RIP: Last surviving player from first World Cup final diesThe last surviving player from the first World Cup final, Francisco Varallo, has died in Argentina at the age of 100. More

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