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Coal Cares

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Yes Lab and Coal Kills Kids join forces to skewer the coal industry

In conjunction with Asthma Awareness Month, Peabody Energy, the largest private-sector coal company in the world, announced its "Coal Cares" campaign. The program provides anyone living within 200 miles of a coal-fired power plant with a free inhaler and $10 towards medicine to treat asthma. The inhalers come in a variety of styles including Dora the Explorer, diamond plated, and Justin Bieber......read more

Palette Coasters

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Stackable miniature palettes make for perfect drink coasters $37.00

When the drink coasters in your living room consist of some random pieces of felt and a few empty CD cases, it's time for a new setup. Labyrinth, a Barcelona-based design studio, offers a tempting upgrade in the form of these Palette Coasters. The coasters are identical minature replicas of standard palettes, right down to the stamps. Pretty sweet. Available via the Designboom Shop. On this side......read more

Tom Hayes

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Tom Hayes is one of America's best-known business strategists, celebrated for his insights on how new technology is reshaping popular culture.  He is the author of several best-selling books, including Jump Point: How Network Culture is Revolutionizing Business (McGraw-Hill) and No Size Fits All: From Mass Marketing to Mass Handselling (Penguin).As chief marketing officer at Marvell......read more

iameco v3 Touchscreen Computer

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The wooden-framed computer that's easy on the eyes -- and the environment $1,100.00

We've seen quite a few tech accessories made from natural materials, but this wooden-framed PC takes green computing to another level. A collaboration between Irish and German engineers, the iameco ("I am eco") v3 touchscreen computer is said to have a carbon footprint that's 70% smaller than a conventional PC, with 30-40% better energy efficiency thanks to LED lighting and copper heat sinks......read more

Why New York's Fracking Ban Is A Victory For Communities Everywhere

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Andrew Cuomo killed fracking in the state yesterday.

Fracking took a beating yesterday, when New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, on the heels of a stern recommendation from the state’s acting health commissioner, announced his intention to ban the unconventional drilling method. But even if he’d failed to do so, frackers would’ve been effectively barred from a large number of the state’s communities, anyway. That’s......read more

Men's St. Moritz Vest by Ecoalf

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Ultra-light down vest made of polyester recycled from PET bottles $158.00

The puffy vest is essentially the ideal layer for winter, providing just enough warmth to keep you comfortable without overheating. Ecaolf's St. Moritz vest might be our favorite sleeveless coat on the market. Each vest is made using recycled PET polyester from 60 plastic bottles, diverted from the landfill and onto your body. Super soft, with an insulated down filling and handy concealed......read more

Atoms For Peace "Before Your Very Eyes"

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Supergroup's latest video cuts a psychedelic line in the sand

With psychedelic patterns and swirls pulsing across a landscape of natural, unnatural, and even human dimensions, the latest music video from Atoms For Peace offers a mesmerizing complement to a haunting song.   Following an outdoor performance in Hollywood last week (on the birthday of two of the band's five members, no less), the venue's screens lit up to read 'DON'T GO.'......read more

A Mexican Adventure Through the Eyes of Adrian Morris

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The wandering photographer known as Mowgli offers a bittersweet glimpse of his travels through Mexico

Photographer Adrian Morris, known to the internet as Mowgli, is one well-traveled dude. Born and raised on the sunny shores of Gold Coast, Australia, he has visited every continent in the world except Antarctica, from South and Southeast Asia to North Africa, South America and Europe. He has  spent extended periods of time in England, Italy, Portugal, Turkey and New York City, but he never......read more

Chocolate Googly Eyes

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Playful Pop Art-inspired chocolate by Mary & Matt $10.00

From the never-not-fun chocolate collection by Mary & Matt come these Chocolate Googly Eyes -- the perfect gift for anyone with a sweet tooth and sense of humor. Designers by trade, Mary Mattson and Matt Even launched Chocolate Editions in 2009 as a fun creative outlet. While they produce the artisanal, small-run sweets in their Brooklyn kitchen, they don't consider themselves part of the......read more

Fireplace Briquette Maker

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Transform yesterday's news into energy with this eco-smart fireplace briquette maker $50.00

If you're a newspaper reader and you have a fireplace at home, you're gonna love this paper log briquette maker, which makes long-burning fuel bricks from old newspapers and other paper trash. Here's how it works: simply rip up waste paper, soak it in water overnight, then stuff the soggy pulp into the log maker and squeeze out any excess moisture. After letting the paper briquette dry out fully......read more

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