Yesterday, the folks at Panic surprised the world — except for, uh, their beta testers and…er, people who’ve been following along on Twitter and/or read last year’s announcement post? Everyone but all those people — when they announced the launch of Nova, their brand-spanking-new code editor for macOS. Nova is the successor to Panic’s former web development tool, Coda, and above all…
A small funnel + plunger combo that replaces the Baratza Sette espresso grinder’s stock hopper for single dosing purposes.
Keeps your espresso portafilter(s) out of the way, clean, and accessible.
I suppose this is a week where I get to discover all kinds of neat rubber stamps. Today’s example are these robot stamps by Jungwiealt, a German stationery company run by illustrator Barbara Dziadosz and her husband Felix Jung, an industrial designer. As a side note, I love what their company name means: Since our family name is Jung, which means “young”…
Offers enhanced comfort while working.
A brilliant way to organize, sort, and filter your Shortcuts library. It’s the utility Apple should’ve made.
The frosted glass rolltop lid helps you see what’s inside as you walk by, so you always know what your bread situation is.
This heirloom-quality, all-metal desk pen comes with a matching stand to seamlessly integrate with any workspace and always be within easy reach.
This compact, lightweight, weather-sealed camera is the ultimate travel companion for the on-the-go photography enthusiasts. (Releases November 21st, 2019)
In this inventive and intensely personal cookbook, the blogger behind the award-winning Lady & Pups reveals how she cooked her way out of an untenable living situation, with more than 80 delicious Asian-inspired dishes with influences from around the world. (Releases October 15th, 2019)
Made from stone-oiled leather that simply folds over into itself, the Apogee Handmade Folded iPhone Carry might be the classiest, simplest iPhone case we’ve seen in a while. There’s no stitching, no velcro and no buttons — just leather. These things are handmade in Vancouver, British Columbia. They can be made to fit an iPhone 4S or 5, and are $45 a pop.