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    Wrensilva Makes Some Seriously Gorgeous Record Consoles

    Go hide your wallet and have someone change all your payment related passwords, because you might be tempted to make an irresponsible decision in the next few moments. A husband and wife team from San Diego is hand-crafting record consoles and, well, they’re pretty good at it. Like, really good. If you’re all about vinyl, this […]

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    Velo Seat Lets You Bike At Your Desk While You’re Working

    Treadmill desks are about to look so lame. NextDesk has just launched the Velo which is essentially a seat that allows you to bike while you work the day away. With just the touch of a button you can simply raise or lower your powered standing desk to a sitting, cycling, or standing height, and switch […]

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    IKEA EXPEDIT Gets New Name, Design and Arrival Date – CONFIRMED

    Apparently, the earth was ripped asunder and the four horsemen rode forth yesterday, and I wasn’t aware. Indeed, the very well-structured, symmetrical, do-it-yourself foundations of our civilization have been reduced to rubble – IKEA is discontinuing the EXPEDIT shelving system. I’ll wait for your panic attack to subside before continuing. Actually, everything is going to […]

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    So This is What Happened to the Discarded Furniture from Hurricane Sandy

    Homelessness is a vexing problem and, despite being the instinctive response, throwing money at it doesn’t do enough. So, the Pivot initiative, part of the larger Back On My Feet organization, is taking a different approach. Pivot is a new kind of charitable organization that would likely chafe at being labeled as charity. It’s a […]

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    This Bunk Bed is a Triple Threat

    You’re going to have to rush back to the room every night just so you can call dibs on not having that topmost bunk. That’s a long way to climb when you’re tired. The Katahdin, from Maine Bunk Beds, goes one level higher, stacking three beds on top of each other, and possibly beginning a […]

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    Lifesize Rawlings Baseball Glove Leather Chair

    It’s time for the World Series, which is terrific if you’re from St. Louis or Boston and not terrific if you’re from anywhere else. Either way, if you’re going to be plopping down to watch the games, you’re going to need appropriate seating. It’s a rare thing indeed that can replace the trusty recliner, but […]

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    Stir Kinetic Desk Packs in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi

    As it turns out, sitting at work for eight hours a day is not so good for you. And so, we’ve had the steady increase of standing desks in the market. Then, we moved onto flex desks, which can be converted to standing desks from sitting desks and vice versa. Now, we have the Stir […]

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    Gallaudet University Gets the Computer Lab of the Future

    Gallaudet University is located in Washington D.C., and was built to provide an effective higher learning environment for the deaf and hard of hearing. Thing is, with technology advancing rapidly, and the way we prefer to work changing along with it, that environment hasn’t quite been up to snuff until recently, thanks to an update […]

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    Moneual MTT300 is a Touch Table PC for Restaurants

    Even if you never see this exact table at a restaurant or café near you, it’s a pretty good bet that sometime down the line, you’ll see something like it. Now that the conceptual cat’s out of the bag, I’m guessing there are going to be quite a few imitators, and more than a few […]

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    Focal Locus Workstation Looks Silly, Promises Better Posture

    It’s no secret that more and more of us are finding ourselves planted in front of a computer for hours on end during the workday. Anyone who has to sit down for hours straight can tell you that it gets to be a pain in the butt – literally. Unfortunately, that pain can also lead […]

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    Gro Furniture isn’t Just a Desk, it’s a Crib and Daybed Too

    It looks like a crib with maybe a dash of IKEA inspiration, but the new pieces coming out of Gro Furniture pack in a lot more functionality than you would think. Gro Furniture’s baby crib is made of convertible pieces, allowing the same piece of furniture to be easily converted into a toddler bed, daybed, […]

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    IKEA Share Space Inspires a Geek Girl to Get Trendy with Furniture

    Share Space is a new project from IKEA where IKEA customers have the opportunity to share their own spaces with others. It’s kind of like an online playground for “aspiring” interior designers, or rather, folks like myself, who enjoy redecorating their spaces at home. I decided to take this opportunity to transform an empty area […]

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    StudioDesk XL is Bigger, Badder, and Tidier than Ever

    The StudioDesk XL is kinda like the 27″ iMac – bigger,badder and even more beautiful than its predecessor –  yet so compact, it has everything you need in one place. In response to customer feedback, Bluelounge has just announced the StudioDesk XL. The StudioDesk XL will now have an XL size with more room for […]

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    LevelUp Zig-Zag Xbox 360 Storage Tower Review

    The Zig-Zag Xbox 360 Gaming Storage Tower by LevelUp is the ultimate storage unit for all of your Xbox gear. It neatly houses your Xbox 360, 4 controllers, two Xbox guitars and 13 games. This gaming rack is very sturdy and stands just under 3 feet high. It comes in about 10 pieces and snaps […]

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    LevelUp Wii Storage Ottoman Keeps Your Gaming Gear Neat & Tidy

    Are you looking for a great place to store and conceal all of your Wii accessories and games? If so, it doesn’t get much better than these Wii Storage Ottomans from LevelUp. For starters, there is the Black Versus Storage Ottoman made of plush microfiber and wood, which can hold up-to 32 games (or DVDs) […]