Well, this is delightful. 

considertheaesthetic:

"The strategy was simple, we can’t design another ‘me too’ product, Legend was sick of seeing the same looking things on the shelves, they wanted something that offered the market something new and unexpected. With ‘Stories worth sharing’ as our central strategy, we developed product names, brands and packaging that leveraged local BC legends and created custom illustrations to bring the stories to life on the bottles. We wanted every detail to be considered, from container selection, non-traditional colour selections and print finishings to create something that stands out from the crowd."

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Hoteliers Take Note, Robots Give Remote Tours of The Tate

Thanks in large part to Google, the days of landing on a hotel website and getting one of those clumsy 360 tours that almost crashes your browser are over. But those fancy 360 tours are often perfectly shot and beautifully coded and while they give visitors an accurate idea of the place, they don’t capture the actual experience. 

Sure, you can have equally archaic and browser-crashing live cams installed but what about robots? 

The Tate Modern in the UK has just launched this quirky and quite fabulous program, wherein robots will roam the galleries by night, and viewers can remote in to the tour. Check out After Dark: 

fastcompany:

A new website from a couple MIT grads lets customers haggle for high-end, locally made products.
Haggling is an age-old tradition at marketplaces around the world, but price negotiations between merchants and buyers haven’t quite made their way into the world of e-commerce.
Theorem, a San Francisco-based startup headed by MIT grads Ryan Jackson and Adam Roberts, is trying to change that.
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fastcompany:

A new website from a couple MIT grads lets customers haggle for high-end, locally made products.

Haggling is an age-old tradition at marketplaces around the world, but price negotiations between merchants and buyers haven’t quite made their way into the world of e-commerce.

Theorem, a San Francisco-based startup headed by MIT grads Ryan Jackson and Adam Roberts, is trying to change that.

Read More>

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I dig this. And it looks like a couple of rings I already wear. Sign me up!
laughingsquid:

Arcus Motion Analyzer, A Ring-Sized Activity Tracker That Recognizes Gestures

I dig this. And it looks like a couple of rings I already wear. Sign me up!

laughingsquid:

Arcus Motion Analyzer, A Ring-Sized Activity Tracker That Recognizes Gestures

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fastcodesign:

Test participants who had used Facebook for 20 minutes reported being in a worse mood than those in two other test groups (one browsed the Internet, one served as a control and did nothing); the Facebook participants also felt their time had been used in a less meaningful way. 
Now go share this on Facebook.

fastcodesign:

Test participants who had used Facebook for 20 minutes reported being in a worse mood than those in two other test groups (one browsed the Internet, one served as a control and did nothing); the Facebook participants also felt their time had been used in a less meaningful way. 

Now go share this on Facebook.

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