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Emailed to Nation: Launch Your Line
The first site of its kind, Launch offers a user-friendly interface for accomplishing all of the various tasks involved in turning concepts into ready-to-sell wares, leveraging affiliated specialists and open-market bidding to produce, package, and market your uniquely brilliant crimes against nature.
Blast off into business with Thrillist
Emailed to Philadelphia: WeSC Headphones
WeSC's super-futuristic Spring/Summer '09 headphone line includes three models available in six styles: the top-of-the-line white and Mauritius blue "Bag Pipe DJ Pros"; the premium "Bongo" in black, white-dotted gray, or bright teal/red; and the green or orange Oboe -- a bargain at $54, it still packs 30mm PRO drivers, 120 dB of sound, an impedance of 32 Ohms, and a frequency range of 20-20 001 Hz (but if you know what that crap means, you don't need it, because you clearly only listen to Textbooks on Tape).
I'm serious, fool!! Turn my headphones up!!
Emailed to San Francisco: Dunderdon
Fresh from Sweden, Dunderdon's newest kinda-workwear includes waxed canvas outerwear like the snap-placket, zip-away-hood Axelman and the M-65esque "Ian" Rain Jacket w/ four squarish hip and breast snap pockets in royal blue, plus button-downs like the vertically striped poplin cotton Sweeney and the relaxed fit Szabo Camp Shirt, which is washed-soft, although certainly not by you.
Click here to get under some Dunder
Emailed to San Francisco: BillShrink Gas Maps
Pop in your home/work addresses and your whip's make/model/year, and BillShrink will analyze your route -- weighing gas stations' prices against the "true cost" of detouring to them given your mileage -- to find you the cheapest, most convenient place to fill up, even though you know you're just gonna go to the place with taquitos.
You don't wanna pass on this gas
Emailed to Chicago: IMOTIME Clocks
From an Evanston man who's taught English in Japan and hotel concierged all over, IMOTIME re-purposes garage sale, thrift store, and back alley finds into alluringly unusual wall clocks, using mechanisms often also found amongst the rest of the 'bage.
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