Would You Use Amazon’s Preemptive Return Tool for Gifts You Don’t Want?

December 29, 2010 by  
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We’ve all got relatives that seem to be missing the  gift giving gene — remember those horrible holiday sweaters and itchy scarves of your childhood? Well, Amazon.com has a plan to curb unwanted presents and they’ve filed a patent to make sure nobody steals their idea. Amazon’s new tool would allow giftees to opt in to see the gifts they’ll be getting from people and — before they’re even sent from the warehouse — decide if they don’t want them.

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Pit Industry is a Mini Greenhouse for Your Windowsill

December 29, 2010 by  
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Pit Industry is a small hand-blown glass house for your windowsill.

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Flexible Starlight Lamp Shines Bright With 126 LEDs

December 29, 2010 by  
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Inspired by the night sky, designer Omri Barzeev created a stunning and flexible LED lamp . Grounded with a simple metal base, this beautiful lamp is adorned with 126 bright LEDs spread across a flexible, polygonic structure that can be easily adjusted to light any interior. + Omri Barzeev Via Mocoloco Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: flexible lighting , green lighting , LED bulbs , LED lamps , LED lighting , Omri Barzeev , star lamps , starlight lamp

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WoodTec’s Rustic iPad Docking Stations Made from Logs

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Isn’t there something perfect about the way these rustic WoodTec docking stations set off the ultra-modern lines of the iPad? Each one has been made by hand in New Paltz, New York from local cedar that not only adds a rustic log cabin flair to your modern office or living area, but also smells great.

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