Grand St

Oct 17

Hang your keys in the most logical place on Earth withUpwell's Walhub, now on Grand St. - http://bit.ly/19TWjTx

Hang your keys in the most logical place on Earth withUpwell's Walhub, now on Grand St. - http://bit.ly/19TWjTx

Oct 10

When’s the last time you saw a robotic ball in a pumpkin patch?
http://bit.ly/1hESqRl

When’s the last time you saw a robotic ball in a pumpkin patch?

http://bit.ly/1hESqRl

Oct 06

Hate losing your luggage? The Trakdot luggage tracker uses cellular technology to track and communicate the city and airport location of your suitcase. Now you’ll always know the location of your luggage and rest easier on that red-eye with Trakdot.Now on Grand St. - http://bit.ly/18CegD7

Hate losing your luggage? The Trakdot luggage tracker uses cellular technology to track and communicate the city and airport location of your suitcase. Now you’ll always know the location of your luggage and rest easier on that red-eye with Trakdot.

Now on Grand St. - http://bit.ly/18CegD7

Oct 02

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Oct 01

Makeshift Society: Coworking and Community in Brooklyn -

Such a cool idea! Makeshift Society, a lending library for creative tools, is trying to raise $30k on Kickstarter to build a new clubhouse for creative freelancers in Brooklyn, New York. Check out their campaign now!

With room for up to six keys or tools, streamline and consolidate your keyring now with the Keyport 2.0 - http://bit.ly/14XIks8

With room for up to six keys or tools, streamline and consolidate your keyring now with the Keyport 2.0 - http://bit.ly/14XIks8

Sep 26

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Sep 25

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Aug 04

GRID

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) 

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