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“Rose” by Ann Veronica Janssens // photo: Oli Scarff / Getty Images // via Buzzfeed

Krakow winter

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by Belarus Pavel Tereshkovets // via Fubiz

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February 8, 2013 at 10:03 am

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Shit Girls Say

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Chloë Sevigny // photo: Kenneth Cappello

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FFFFound! Friday 103

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Midas // by Jesse Auersalo

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Rad Design // Plugbook by Dave Hakkens

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Plug strips – I know I’ve battled them my entire life and chances are you have too. Their long, phallic design never allowed for convenient or economic placement nor storage. They are just a big pain. But the Plugbook, designed by Dave Hakkens, is a product aimed to alleviate any and all pain associated with using and storing plug strips.

The Plugbook is a plug strip containing two electrical receptacles and two USB charge ports. It is designed in the shape of a book with an integrated, self-recoiling power cable that, when not in use, is hidden inside the “book” itself. This little guy can be stored amongst your books and no one will ever know. I think it is a truly genius idea.

The Plugbook is currently on Kickstarter, so head on over to get the complete details of the project and see if it is something you might want to invest it.

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(via Design Boom)

Written by theberad

May 17, 2012 at 8:43 am