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Just My Type

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Looking for a last-minute Valentine's Day gift for the designer in your life? Look no further, friends.

Just My Type, by Simon Garfield, is "part history textbook, part design manual, part subtle stand-up comedy routine" - and all awesome.

Not only is it a great read for the type nerd that you love, but it also has a delightful play on words in the title - that will no doubt win you some serious brownie points.


An Illustrated Dictionary of Cyborg Anthropology

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We are all a little bit cyborg. Heck, if you're reading this on a digital screen right now, then some part of your consciousness has been extended into hyperspace. Excited? Terrified? Having flashbacks of reading Neuromancer?

Either way, I suggest you dive into the depths of the Dictionary of Cyborg Anthropology  and learn more about "time and space compression, hyperlinked memories, panic architecture, mobile technology, interface evaporation and how technology is changing the way we live."


Organize your Mac with Bartender

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Here's a New Year's Resolution you can actually accomplish: organizing your menu bar on your Mac.

Whether your desktop is all cluttered up or you're a neat freak, Bartender is designed to help you customize your menu bar, your way.



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BlinkerGrips are a cool bike add-on designed to help bikers indicate turns at dusk and at night. And while riders still have to use hand signals (I'm talking to you San Francisco cyclers), the LED lights are super easy to mount on handles and are powered by battery.



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Bluetooth speakers are a great idea in theory, but not always so great in practice. WiFi speakers seem like a better idea, but the pricetag could be a huge deterrant for many buyers. ROCKI aims to solve both problems by turning any speaker into a WiFi speaker - simply plug the ROCKI PLAY into your sound system. And it's all controllable with your smartphone, of course.

Best of all, because it utilizes WiFi and not bluetooth technology, you can use it and control it from separate rooms.

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