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Roundup July, 17 2010

Selectism | Around the Web

01. Camp Bisco is underway too (LCD Soundsystem, Caribou & Holy Fuck all already played

“Camp Bisco, the hippie festival that like Bonnaroo has been diversifying its lineup, kicked off in Mariaville, NY last night (7/15). LCD Soundsystem (who are on their way to Pitchfork), Caribou (who play Governors Island tonight), and Holy Fuck (who you can catch at Siren on Saturday) were all part of the Thursday night lineup. Earl Greyhound (also playing Siren) and Major Lazer are among those who play today. Saturday has Ween and Girl Talk, and both remaining nights have lots of Disco Biscuits.” (brooklynvegan)

02. Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SuperVeloce

“The Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SuperVeloce represents the Italian automaker’s unwavering dedication to speed, style, and sex appeal. Just an all around amazing automobile.” (notcot)

03. Brownbook Magazine (above)

“Dubai-based Brownbook Magazine celebrates the 22nd issue of their “urban guide to the Middle East” with a focus on North Africa—all done up in their recently-debuted redesign. The fresh look includes a new Arabic-inspired font that blends seamlessly with text (primarily in English) for a magazine with a style as worldly as the stories it features.” (coolhunting)

04. ID student Chris Holloway’s invention one-ups bicycle engineers

” ‘While every other part of the modern mountain bike has changed to meet the modern demands of downhill racing, the gear system has barely changed for more than 100 years. For the pinnacle of the sport, it is clear that a better alternative had to be found,’ said Holloway, providing background for his invention: The Link gear system, which rather than being a series of fixed-size gears is instead made of four moveable segments.” (core77)

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