A fun bedtime book that will introduce kids to jazz music, sang to the tune of This Old Man.
Pen & Paper Guide
A collection of some nice pens, paper, and their siblings.
Our sister site, The Sweet Setup, picked Alfred as their favorite OS X launcher. They choose Alfred due to is ability to incorporate different features from its competitors and implement them in a distinctive, easy, and understandable way — all while offering more power for advanced users to take things further. It also offers a unique iOS companion app and has features like Workflows that allow you to be more efficient you stay productive.
A few weeks ago, John Gruber was the first to report that Brent Schlender and Rick Tetzeli were about to release Becoming Steve Jobs: The Evolution of a Reckless Upstart into a Visionary Leader. Gruber said that it’s the book about Steve Jobs that the world deserves. With that endorsement alone, I pre-ordered it. Eddie Cue also chimed in with his endorsement.
The GR Echo is the smallest of GORUCK’s Original Rucks. While the GR2 is perfect for multi-day adventures and the GR0/GR1 are all about versatility, the Echo is arguably the most specialized bag of them all. It’s the best daypack you can carry.
Just a simple, stylish pocket square, marked down from $45 to $18 (as of Monday, March 23rd, 2015).
A weekly roundup of links to articles, videos, and/or photographs that have a focus on art, life, hard work, simplicity, creativity, and mindful living.
Blink is a new iOS app for making affiliate links from the iTunes Store, App Store, and the iBook store. Blink includes an extension that makes it simple to generate links from within the stores and anywhere else you find links. Blink can also create affiliate links as plain links or using various Markdown formats.
A large and a small bag for carrying odds and ends while traveling.
A hybrid holdall/messenger bag for the luxury traveler and/or commuter.
The bare necessities, no matter your backyard cooking weapon of choice.
Do you love magazines? If so, Magzter Gold might be a service that you want to check out. It’s an all you can eat subscription for magazines. For only $9.99 per month, you can read everything they offer. They have a decent selection (2000+). After telling the app what kind of magazines I liked, I was recommended ESPN, Inc, MacLife and Fast Company. They have compiled a list of what magazines are included in the Gold subscription.
Sling TV's user interface is simple and intuitive. The channel selection is solid and worth the asking price. There are lots of things to like about Sling TV — it’s such a promising product.
14 interviews with some of the web’s leading digital designers about their lives and careers.
A single-cup pour-over coffee brewer that looks like something straight out of the 1960s space age.
A Japanese-made camel-hide leather wallet with interior coin pouch.