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Cord Organizers That Double As Beautiful Desk Art
Cord Organizers That Double As Beautiful Desk Art

Stacks are handsome desk tools that offer an effective and functional solution for your cord-filled work space

While there are cord organizers available today, nothing can compare to what Stacks offer when it comes to cord organization. This beautiful desk accessory doubles as both a desk organizer and home décor, a perfect example of form and function.

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‘Contagious’ Snail Mail Reminds Us of the Risk of Skipping Immunizations
‘Contagious’ Snail Mail Reminds Us of the Risk of Skipping Immunizations

ImmunizeBC mails out postcard reminders that mimic a measles outbreak on paper to express a message about prevention

ImmunizeBC wanted to remind parents that their child’s measles vaccination were due. But instead of just handing out your standard reminders, ImmunizeBC sent postcards with a powerful message: if you don’t vaccinate your child, it will put everyone at risk.

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What If Your Phone Opened Like a Book?
What If Your Phone Opened Like a Book?

Allan Ospina's Lunark Phone concept opens to reveal two screens, perhaps reimagining how we interact with mobile browsing

Allan Ospina has designed the Lunark Phone, a concept featuring a pair of screens, enabling users to work on two projects as once, such as watching Netflix while commenting about the TV show  in question on social media. The phone resembles a pocket book, with a simple flip revealing the second screen.

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Stressed? Head to a Rage Room for Post-Work Destruction
Stressed? Head to a Rage Room for Post-Work Destruction

As an alternative to meditation, The Rage Room at Battle Sports facility in Toronto will let you rent protective gear and break things in peace

When everything is going wrong, and stress is piling high, the Rage Room in a Toronto sports facility might be just what you need: a safe space to let out your anger and smash things into pieces.

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For Those Not Ready for Wearables: A Wrist Chalkboard Accessory
For Those Not Ready for Wearables: A Wrist Chalkboard Accessory

To-Do is a personal task manager that provides an accessible, handcrafted reminder where smartwatches now rule

To-Do is a stylish alternative to the smartwatch, providing an analog accessory that lets the wearer write notes, reminders and doodles. The minimalist task manager is like a chalkboard worn on the wrist. Its refreshing design could be useful for those not willing to make the leap to a wearable gadget.

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A Portable Smartphone Printer Puts Your Selfies on Old Receipt Rolls
A Portable Smartphone Printer Puts Your Selfies on Old Receipt Rolls

droPrinter empowers everyone from businessmen to children by enabling users to print remotely via their phones

Compact and easy to use, the droPrinter is marketed as the world’s first and only phone printer solely designed for smart phones.

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A New Emoji Set for City-Dwelling Millennials
A New Emoji Set for City-Dwelling Millennials

Creative agency Moving Brands believes young urbanites may find drones, matcha and pugs more fitting for their emoticon lifestyles

Creative agency Moving Brands has rehashed our beloved emojis and turned them into mini-episodes of a millennial’s quest to find purpose in the city. The single coffee emoji has been replaced by 27 varieties, and there’s a Tesla Powerwall emoji for when discussing going green.

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In a Drought-Stricken Future, Sugar-Embedded Products Might Save Us
In a Drought-Stricken Future, Sugar-Embedded Products Might Save Us

Designer Jaime Tai explores the possibility of using trehalose, a sugar that protects from dehydration, in clothing and skincare

Designer Jaime Tai is exploring how sugar-based products might enable us to survive in a world with less water. Tai’s speculative design project, Trehalose Artefacts, conceptualizes a range of clothing and skincare using trehalose, a naturally occurring sugar that protects cells from dehydration in extreme environments.

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Wash Your Stinkin’ Feet With a Pair of Sneakers
Wash Your Stinkin’ Feet With a Pair of Sneakers

Come Clean is a culturally curated soap line that features figurines of your favorite kicks

For diehard sneakerheads still on the waitlist for the new Yeezy Boosts, a cleaner alternative proposes that you do away with your fungus rather than accessorize it. Come Clean’s newest line of soap bars will attract a new type of customer by awarding cleanliness with a miniature vinyl sneaker displayed in each bar.

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Artificially Intelligent Assistant Will Schedule Your Meetings for You
Artificially Intelligent Assistant Will Schedule Your Meetings for You

Genee follows your commands when you want to schedule meetings or book appointments via email, SMS and Twitter

Has scheduling meetings and appointments been a time-consuming ordeal for you? The back and forth of the email process is just not cutting it with your busy schedule, so why not rely on an artificially intelligent assistant that can do the job for you, effectively and efficiently? Genee and Toi launched an app called Genee, a scheduling platform that will find the best meeting time for all parties involved.

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Scream in Slow-Mo for Slow-Melting Ice Cream
Scream in Slow-Mo for Slow-Melting Ice Cream

Universities of Edinburgh and Dundee's newly discovered protein BsIA will make the cold treat healthier and longer-lasting

To the delight of all ice cream lovers, a new development in the production of commercial ice cream will make everyone scream for more ice cream. Researchers from the Universities of Edinburgh and Dundee discovered a protein that can make slow-melting ice cream. Finally, ice cream you’ll get to finish before it melts in your hands.

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NYC Taxis Finally Have Their Own App
NYC Taxis Finally Have Their Own App

Arro wants to be the go-to app for taxi services, and it's cheaper than Uber without the hassle of surge pricing

In the midst of what has become a global crackdown on ride-sharing services, a new app is helping traditional taxi cab drivers catch up with the times. Arro is a smartphone app that works like Uber, but instead lets you hail a yellow or green taxi cab and pay for it with the touch of a button.

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