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Roundup May, 4 2009

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01. The Physical Value Of Sound – Yuri Suzuki

“A train-style record player. Users connect the chipped pieces of records together to make new tracks. The records pieces are from cheap records bought at jumble sales or used record shops. This record player revives forgotten, old records.” (nylvi)

02. Building Made Entirely of Recycled Kitchen Sinks

“This incredible reclaimed pavilion defies the old “everything but” cliché – it is entirely made of kitchen sinks. Built by 2012 Architechten in cooperation with Jeanne van Heeswijks of Jeanneworks..” (Inhabitant)

03. Pandora Goes Stand-Alone With Livio

“Start thinking of all the places where you’d want to listen to Internet radio but don’t have a computer. If you come up with a sizable list, the Livio might be for you. The little box has a built-in speaker and Wi-Fi connection for playing Pandora — the Internet radio station that chooses music based on your preferences.” (gearcrave)

04. Leica WWII Artillery Rangefinder (above)

“UP FOR SALE  E.LEITZ WETZLAR (LEICA) ORIGINAL LUFTWAFFE ARTILLERY RANGEFINDER. USED AT THE SOUTHERN RUSSIAN FRONT IN 1942. 100%  WORKS, NO CRUCKS ON THE LENZES.” (ebay)

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