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MockUPhone

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MockUPhone frames your mobile app screenshots in real devices. Yeah, that's right. Pick whatever sleek smartphone you'd like and drop in your design display. Although it's still pretty iPhone heavy, there are a few nice Android mockups, and even one big Mac desktop.


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Share weather with Patch of Sky lights

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Patch of Sky is a set of three Internet connected lights that share your weather in real-time with loved ones by changing color and patterns. This is a beautiful way to keep in touch, especially considering how many conversations with my family consist of talking about the weather.

How it works: "Each object gathers weather information based on your current Facebook location and displays it with colored light animations."



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Bluetooth speaker powered by candlelight

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Pelty is kind of amazing, and is most definitely going on my Zombie Apocalypse Survival List. Pelty is a Bluetooth speaker powered by fire.

How it works: Thermodynamics and a little thing called the Peltier effect. The Peltier effect basically means that electric current is created when electrons move from one material to the other with the help of temperature differentials. So basically, science.

This will go great with my handcrank phone charger.



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Information is beautiful

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Spark your curiousity and learn something new. Whether or not you geek out for infographics and data visualization, there's something for everyone at Information is Beautiful.

The website is dedicated to "distilling the world’s data, information and knowledge into beautiful, interesting and, above all, useful visualizations, infographics and diagrams." 


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Mapping movements with Human

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Human is an app that tracks your walks, runs, rides and more. All it wants you to do is move for 30 minutes a day. That in itself is pretty great.

But then the folks over at Human.co decided to map their users movements in various geographic locations. The result is a beautiful visualization of humanity in motion.


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OhLife: Your email journal

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OhLife in a nutshell is your email diary. 

Sign up, and choose the days you want OhLife to email you. The emails will ask you about your day, and prompt you to write. When you reply, OhLife automatically saves and organizes what you wrote. It's not really a social network or a blog, but a private, and an interesting way to record your life.



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