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The Empty Quarter, Arabian Peninsula


Amalfi, Italy

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We dropped a line about Milo's Classic Dutch Oven a while back, and we're excited to see they have just released the same model in Matte Black. Simply put, this is one of the best, most versatile pieces of cooking equipment that we've ever used. This Dutch Oven is a robust, centuries-old cooking essential dressed as an heirloom-worthy cast iron oven. Inspired by prized vintage French cookware and built from the same material that contributes to the frameworks that hold our cities, this guy is tough, pretty, and radically next-level as a world-class quality cooking / creating vessel. Pick it up below.

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Your living room plays host to so much more than sitting around, so you should expect more from your living room furniture. That’s where Burrow comes in: their modular sofas are made from sturdy, sustainably-sourced hardwood and naturally stain-resistant fabric to stand up to whatever happens in your home. They even have a built-in USB charger to keep your devices charged up while you power nap. Better yet, their Fall Sale is happening now. Use the code FALL18 at checkout to get up to $500 off your order.
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The recent incident around Banksy embedding a shredder into the frame of his Girl With A Balloon has caught the world’s attention.

As a nerd obsessed with the intersection of art and tech, I too was sucked in over the weekend in trying to unravel the mysteries behind Banksy’s self-shredding painting. I believe I bring a unique perspective to the mystery. I spent five years of my life working alongside expert scientists and engineers investigating mechanical device failures and patent-infringement cases. My job was to create demonstrative evidence in the form of hundreds of courtroom exhibits. Additionally, I come from a family with varied engineering and science backgrounds: my younger brother Matt (a computer scientist), my older brother Brian (an embedded systems engineer), and my father (who designed battery-operated implantable medical devices for several decades). I reached out to them for some assistance.

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