Un-clutter (and Un-rage) with Upcycling
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Un-clutter (and Un-rage) with Upcycling

How. can. I. manage. all.. this… CLUTTER?!? If you live in a capitalist society, the gradual accumulation of minimally useful crap might be driving you crazy. For me, closed, orderly systems are satisfying. When everything has a place where it belongs, where it lives happily with its fellows and says, “Ahhh, there you are… what’s … Continue reading

5 Human-Powered Transportation Devices (think way beyond bikes, skateboards, and rollerblades).
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5 Human-Powered Transportation Devices (think way beyond bikes, skateboards, and rollerblades).

Yea, teleportation would be freaking suh-weeeeet. No more waiting in traffic, at bus stops, airport terminals… you get the idea. But until that glorious day when Scotty can beam me up, humans will continue to invent ridiculous ways of gettingĀ themselves places. Whether it’s in subways, over water, or through the air,Ā Icarus and Daedalus have got … Continue reading

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Geek Chic: Stellar Geekette Must Haves

Whoever created Internet Memes was a genius. Utter genius. Right up there with the dude who created the sarcastic, yet scarily accurate some-e-cards Internet message postcards. Case in point: this is exactly how I define a gamer girl… Gamer girls also known as geekettes have had a bad reputation as girls who either are a) … Continue reading

Giving up the goods- a non-religious Lent
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Giving up the goods- a non-religious Lent

If I had to religiously affiliate myself I’d call it chicken noodle soup religion. Not because of the heart pouring teenage soul series, but because I’ve taken bits of everything and strewn them together into a stew of ideology. This time of year is dedicated to the traditions of Easter, and that includes Lent. Traditionally … Continue reading