After you're done triple-checking that you're Tivoing ALL the Law & Orders, check out the best of June from around the Thrillist Network.
Emailed to Miami: Ksubi
Ksubi's an edgy denim brand created by reckless Aussie bandmates who wanted stuff cool enough to wear on stage, leading them to birth a line whose original name, Tsubi, scared a similar-sounding, particularly litigious shoe brand into threatening suit; they survived by changing a consonant, but that doesn't change the fact that they're criminals.
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Emailed to Dallas: Traxo.com
Started by two ex-Travelocity techies, Traxo's like a completely free TripIt, with automated aggregation: a travel manager/social network that compiles itineraries booked on other sites and opens them up to selected users, helping city-hoppers coordinate meetups, hookups, or even just fleeting thumbs-ups as they pass each other on opposite moving walkways.
Click here to follow the Traxo tracks
Emailed to New York: Read the Journal for Free
From Henry Blodgett's tech-biz blog, this brief post reveals a deviously simple way to bypass the pay-wall that restricts article access to the WSJ online, thus allowing you to genuflect at the altar of capitalism while simultaneously pilfering from its donation plate.
Get a Wall Street bailout from Thrillist
Emailed to Chicago: Wine Barrel Cufflinks
Just dropped at Spare Parts, these barrel-shaped sterling silver cufflinks contain fragments of the staves of old oak barrels that housed French wine, instantly parlaying "you smell like a wino" from insult to classy compliment.
Click here to get vintage wrists
Emailed to Los Angeles: Walk of Shame
Demos is a La Jolla-based watch outfit whose timepieces're based on the functional pieces of bikes and motorcycles, started by one Nissan designer and one watch/cycling enthusiast who went into the accessories business after he somehow got bored of selling industrial lasers.
Please listen to my Demos