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Charles Osborne (1894– May 1, 1991) hiccuped continuously for 68 years (1922-1990). Osborne, from Anthon, Iowa, U.S., was entered in Guinness World Records as the man with the Longest Attack of Hiccups. The hiccups started in 1922 at a rate of 40 times per minute, slowing to 20 hiccups per minute and eventually stopping on […]

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So seems Flickr has now launched a Video aspect to the game. But, Vimeo still kills it offering HD quality. Also Flickr only doing 90 seconds right now, hopefully that limit wont last long, otherwise snore….

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We understand that it can be hard getting a feel for what a book contains when looking at it on the web. We, on the other hand, get to spend a lot of quality time with the books we have in stock, so we felt it may be helpful share a few of our favorites […]

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Jasmine Raznahan

Jasmine Raznahan has some very interesting projects posted. I really enjoyed the post-it note stamp idea too, strangely humorous in a office-nerd way.

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Exploded iPod

Billy Chasen says “I love exploded diagrams of objects where you see every piece of the thing. I had the idea to try and make a real life version of one, and picked my iPod to be the victim. The catch was, I wanted it to work even in its exploded form. I was a […]

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Puffy Bookmark

“The ABRACADABRA bookmark aims to make finding where you left off and opening to that page easier. I didn’t know it was an issue but now I hate my ordinary paper bookmark. The ABRACADABRA contains an air-filled chamber, half of which is flattened by the weight of a book. Squeezing the exposed side inflates the […]

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South Africa: it’s all about guns and meat

Hjalti Karlsson and Jan Wilker, aka Karlsson Wilker, were shipped to Africa by the Design Indaba conference. They had them create a new piece of work each day in reaction to their travels. Creative Review has the story.

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