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Roundup July, 29 2009

Selectism | Around the Web

01. Harvard Beats Yale T-Shirt and DVD Giveaway

“The insanely soft line of tees from sports-enthusiast label Homage receives a historical update with their new “Harvard Beats Yale 29-29″ graphic, inspired by filmmaker Kevin Rafferty’s heartfelt documentary of the same name.” (coolhunting)

02. Facebook’s New Offices

“Facebook has recently moved into new corporate offices that have consolidated several locations. It looks to be a giant post industrial complex and they appear to be providing a wide range of alternate work and interaction spaces.” (workalicious)

03. Earplug Packaging by Florafauna (above)

“We came across this nifty packaging for earplugs by Minneapolis-based Florafauna, a studio that considers itself “half design office, half screen printing operation. ‘Earplugs are not just for industrial workers, soldiers on the front line or for muting the sound of your neighbors doing the ole in ~ out, in ~ out while you’re trying to sleep.’ ” (dieline)

04. TapIt: a water bottle refilling network

“TapIt has partnered with hundreds of cafes in New York City to help on-the-go urbanites find places to refill their water bottle for free. These spots can be located visually (all partners display a TapIt sticker on their window), online, or with their handy iPhone app. And, if you’re a cafe in the New York City area and want to help with this intiative, become a partner today!” (core77)

05. Bikenik for the iPhone

Used it myself yesterday. “Bikenik is a trip computer for casual and hardcore bicyclists. It allows riders to see their stats while riding or the ability to track their fitness data over time.” (itunes link)

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