Canadian tailor Garrison Bespoke has worked up a suit that will have you stopping both hearts and bullets. The bulletproof suit contains several sheets of carbon nanotube fabric in its lining. The carbon nanotubes make the bulletproof suit much lighter than a Kevlar vest, while also allowing for more flexibility and a thinner look overall.
The Balance Bookshelf by Cush Design Studio is a wall mounted bookshelf that helps you visualize your stack of read books vs. unread books, nd thus provide motivation to get some reading done. Good way to enhance reading. $245
U.S. Army Veteran Jim Wolf has struggled with alcoholism, poverty, and homelessness for decades. Dégagé Ministries, an organization dedicated to helping the homeless, decided to give Jim an extreme makeover. Filmmaker Rob Bliss shot the whole thing and here’s a timelapse showing the process. The result is really astonishing.
From the website: "Hunters used to have it rough [sic]. Time was you'd have to use bunches of leaves and grass to clean up when you was out at huntin' camp, but time rolls on and the scientists keep coming up with new contraptions, like this camo toilet paper." Two rolls: $12.68.
Bill Gates introduced Windows on November 10, 1983. November 10, 1983 Microsoft unveils Windows, an extension of the MS-DOS operating system that provides a graphical operating environment. Windows features a window management capability that allows a user to view unrelated application programs simultaneously. It also provides the capability to transfer data from one application program to another. Windows wouldn't actually ship until 2 years later.
The Forever Pillow by BCXSY & HUZI offers endless resting options. It is ideal for traveling, taking a quick nap at your desk or even just sitting at home and watching television. Its möbius strip form allowing it to be twisted and turned in an endless number of ways to suit one's needs.