Camera Gear Guide
Just the basics to help make it easier for the nicest camera you own to also be the one you have with you.
Children in 2014 live a very different life than the one I did in the late 80s and early 90s. Instead of iPads or iPods, we had Nintendo and Super Nintendo. And we didn’t spend our days in front of them. We spent them outside playing wiffle ball, hide-n-seek, and putting lighting bugs in a mason jar. Last Child in the Woods is a book about the differences between today’s children and the ones from decades ago.
These custom-fit, 3D printed earbuds are made to fit each person to help provide the perfect-feeling listening experience.
Things we love even at regular price.
A simple and beautiful charging station made of walnut and steel, which embeds your Apple Watch’s MagSafe charger.
A simple and functional four-pocket leather card case that will only get better with time.
A modern reinvention of an Italian classic.
Our weekly roundup of links to articles, videos, and/or photographs that have a focus on art, life, hard work, simplicity, and mindful living.
I love news, and I love audio content. Umano is an app that is aiming to be at the center of those mediums. A few months ago, Instapaper added the ability to have your iOS device read your saved articles to you. It’s a nice feature, but it’s a computerized voice that is reading. Umano is news from around the web that is narrated by the people. Imagine if you had someone reading your Instapaper backlog to you? That is Umano.
Like an iPhone, your knife is only useful when it is with you. And like phones, you are only going to use the knife you actually like. Here's our guide to finding the right pocket knife (or knives).
Symbolicons are a family of icon sets designed by Jory Raphael. They’re simple, friendly, and styled to visually match one another, which means they can be used pretty much anywhere to add flavor and style. With nine icon sets and over 2,400 icons available, the possibilities are endless.