Smart site by Burton. Straightforward concept – similar to the funneling and flowchart-y activities used in mobile phone sites, or pop culture visual jokes.
But I guess it hits a nerve, because it really is useful. Particularly for Burton’s market of daypack carriers and sportspeople with specific bag needs.
Another web service which fills a real need is Decide. An app that tracks product lifecycles and price movements, to aid consumers in making decisions about whether and when to buy electronics. This’ll probably impact pricing and demand, so I’m not even sure if it’s a good thing for the market in general, but I know it’ll help people plan their budgets.
I’m not a bacon fan myself, but I can relate to how unpleasant it is to be abruptly woken up. So, hooray for Matty Salin and Josh Myer for engineering this bacon-cooking alarm clock! via Neatorama
I never thought choreographed flickering lights could be so…visually…sexy…? via weheart.
Covers blog by John Paul Thurlow. A project, where he plans on recreating every magazine and album cover that he owns.
Sarah Otley‘s sketches of city life.
Are Ya Thirsty? – A blog on bottled drinks unique to Japan.
Aaagh. Seems like a great movie. Thank you, ichigoichielove!
For the memories. via Neatorama