1. I Forgot My Phone (by charstarleneTV)


  2. A nice vision by Brian Chesky, CEO of AirBnB


  3. I guess this blog turned 6 today! Whoop.

    (Source: assets)



  5. And none will hear
    the postman’s knock without
    a quickening of the heart.
    For who can bear
    to feel himself forgotten?

    ~ W.H. Auden


  6. Elis Regina - Carinhoso (1966)

    (Source: youtube.com)


  7. jmessersmithmusic:

    My new album Heart Murmurs is out on February 4th. I’m really excited about the Origami within the album art. If you want to check out the album, NPR has it available for streaming. If you’re interested in pre-ordering then click here

    Tour Dates: 

    Jan 28 Nashville // High Watt*

    Jan 30 Columbus // The Basement *

    Jan 31 Pittsburgh // Stage AE *

    Feb 4 NYC // Mercury Lounge *

    Feb 6 Philadelphia // World Cafe *

    Feb 7 DC // Jammin Java *

    Feb 8 Boston // Brighton Hall *

    Feb 10 Montreal // Le Divan Orange *

    Feb 11 Toronto // The Drake *

    Feb 12 Detroit // Pike Room *

    Feb 13 Madison // High Noon Saloon *

    Feb 21 Minneapolis // First Ave ^

    Feb 25 London // Slaughtered Lamb

    Apr 8   Houston // The Warehouse ^^

    Apr 9   New Orleans // House of Blues ^^

    Apr 10 Atlanta // Variety Playhouse ^^

    * with Tristen

    ^ with Rogue Valley

    ^^ supporting Brett Dennen


  8. A bit disturbing near the end… but also quite beautiful. The artist takes classical paintings and adds dimension and movement.

    B E A U T Y dir Rino Stefano Tagliafierro (by Guram Vardoshvili)


  9. Meet Minneapolis Street Artist HoTTea (by Threadless)



  11. A well done walk through Kickstarter in 2013.


  12. Happy 2013! Looking forward to a great 2014.


  13. Phil Jones is amazing. And he’s from MN. Check out his other signs and projects too.

    (via http://phildesignart.com/)


  14. Google just bought BostonDynamics, maker of the WildCat… which is pretty cool.

    Introducing WildCat (by BostonDynamics)


  15. I came across a demo for this sign this morning at Bk Roasters coffee shop. It’s pretty cool. Though when I select what I want to find, I then have to step back to look up at the signs. Granted there is a map screen on the selector but the fun part is looking at the signs move. So that means I’d rather be standing like five feet away from the pole while controlling it than right there at it. Maybe the next version can put  the controls on a stand five feet away?

    More at pointssign.com

    Points - The most advanced wayfinding system on Earth. (by BREAKFAST NY)