Whether you’re planning a trip, collaborating on a project with coworkers, or you just enjoy making order out of chaos, it helps you easily display a bunch of information in a way that just makes sense. It lets you create grids of related items, including text, maps, photos, and contacts, with intuitive touch gestures accompanied by minimal chrome. When you’re done, you can share them with friends to work together, or just save them for your own reference. (via Uncrate)
Facebook announced today that it’s rolling out embedded posts. That means you’ll be able to click on a link in whatever you publish, get a code, and embed that content elsewhere on the Web–just like you can already do with YouTube, Twitter, Vine and Instagram.
Hashtags, then embedding. What does Facebook have planned next?
Meet the world’s first open-source flashlight, and the last one you’ll ever need. Made in the USA, the HexBright has five times the power of a standard flashlight wrapped in a grippy, ergonomic, and water-resistant housing. As if that weren’t enough, the HexBright also runs on Arduino-based technology. Great for the toolbox or in your hiking pack, this USB-rechargeable flashlight comes pre-programmed with four modes and can easily be hacked and reprogrammed to make use of the embedded accelerometer and temperature sensors. Treat yourself to loads of open-source light with the HexBright FLEX. Learn More
"When NASA first started sending up astronauts, they quickly discovered that ballpoint pens would not work in zero gravity. To combat the problem, NASA scientists spent a decade and $12 billion to develop a pen that writes in zero gravity, upside down, underwater, on almost any surface, and at temperatures ranging from below freezing to 300 degrees Celsius. The Russians used a pencil." Noted. Learn More
Blink Steady is the perfect combination of design and function. Made of pristinely-machined solid aluminum and hand-crafted in Brooklyn, NY, this bike light is for anyone who believes that a perfect bike light can exist.
The CardNinja is a soft fabric-based card and cash holder that attaches to the back of any smartphone and nixes the need to carry your wallet separately. There are many ways to think about a “smart wallet”, but the CardNinja is one of our favorites.