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Retail july 22, 2016

Automatic Vehicle Refueling Launched In San Francisco

Yoshi is a startup that allows people to avoid the gas station by scheduling an automatic gas date for their vehicle instead

Syndicated february 18, 2016

Buy Me Once: The Online Shop for Stuff That Lasts

Throwing away our throwaway culture: an easy way around a persistent problem

Home february 24, 2014

Tiny Signs Lend A Voice To New York’s Lost Objects [Pics]

Yoonjin Lee's adorable and funny project addresses the banal items we see on city streets.

Innovation december 7, 2012

Using The Human Body To Create Edible Sushi [Video]

Lucy McRae's short film 'Make Your Maker' explores the idea that food and the body are inseparable.

Arts & Culture july 24, 2012

What Does The “The Good Life” Look Like Today? [Headlines]

The Guardian argues that the state needs to safeguard a standard of living for people in more than just economic terms.

Work june 13, 2012

Webcam App Turns Off The Computer When You Leave Your Desk [Video]

Smart technology saves energy during quick breaks when it sense no one is in front of the computer.

Advertising december 22, 2011

Mobile Payment Platform Unveils New Instant Cash Feature For Users

Dwolla now lets users spend up to 500 USD instantly anytime, anywhere, using their Instant service.

Sustainability september 21, 2011

Ruby Pseudo: A 19 Year Old On Conspicuous Consumption

A millenial's thought's on the culture of consuming luxury products propagated by certain musical artists.

Gaming & Play september 20, 2011

Hour-By-Hour Breakdown Of Media Consumption By Generation [Infographic]

A 2011 content consumption infographic profiles overall use in 2011 by medium, generation, and time of day.

Technology september 14, 2011

Retail Strategy, Design…And The Search For The Meaning Of Life?

Can the analogies we craft to guide our strategies and design lead us to extraordinary visions and great intentions or simply to unmet consumer expectations?

Cities september 6, 2011

Are Modern Products Good Enough To Allow For Collaborative Consumption?

As we stared at a flat tire on our Parisian shared-bike, we wondered whether stuff is created these days to be overly used.

Advertising august 16, 2011

Powershop, Bringing Power To The People In Electricity 2.0

The world's first online energy store aims to provide New Zealand's power customers with the best deals in electricity.

august 2, 2011

Flat-Screen TVs Consume 60% Less Electricity [Headlines]

Since 2006, flat-screen TVs have consumed 60% less electricity than their previous generations.

Technology july 30, 2011

Faveous Aggregates Your Online Favorites

A French teenager's entrepreneurial venture could change the way you consume your favorite information online.


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