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Finally an App to Disrupt Dumpster Diving: TrashSwag, Your Treasure Map to 'Just Some Drawers'

betabeat.com
(Photo: Trashswag) Wondering where you might be able to find some greasy old bedsheets to hang as ironic curtains in your Williamsburg loft? Perhaps you want to fashion a termite-infested piece of wood into a “rustic” dinner table. You could pay thousands of dollars at a boutique furniture store, or...
Finally an App to Disrupt Dumpster Diving: TrashSwag, Your Treasure Map to 'Just Some Drawers'

Apple patent application could make you Master and Commander of the iHome

www.engadget.com
Apple wants to be master of the house -- yours, in particular. At least that's the vision put forth by this latest patent application, filed back in March of this year, that would give iOS-wielding homeowners control of virtually all Cupertino-sanctioned gadgetry within the confines of domesticity. It's really...
Apple patent application could make you Master and Commander of the iHome

Chinese reporter goes undercover at Foxconn on 'iPhone 5′ production line

thenextweb.com
Apple’s fifth generation iPhone is less than 24 hours away from being unveiled to the world, but concerns around the working conditions of the Chinese factory workers that produce the device are being brought up once more. A undercover report from the Shanghai Evening Post, which has been translated into English...
Chinese reporter goes undercover at Foxconn on 'iPhone 5′ production line

Sarah Interviews Fab: “Come for the Handwoven Taxidermy Yarn Cat Heads, Stay for the Bedsheets”

pandodaily.com
I’m at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco, listening to Sarah Lacy interviewing the co-founders of Fab.com, Jason Goldberg and Bradford Shellhammer. Seeing as I’m here, I figured I’d share some soundbites and factoids and suchlike about how Fab has gone from zero to five million users in about thirty...
Sarah Interviews Fab: “Come for the Handwoven Taxidermy Yarn Cat Heads, Stay for the Bedsheets”

UNDERCOVER REPORT: The iPhone 5 You'll Soon Be Clutching Was Made In 'Nightmare' Working Conditions (AAPL)

www.businessinsider.com
A reporter from the Shanghai Evening Post says he worked undercover at Foxconn Tai Yuan factory for ten days. Foxconn is the controversial facility where all of Apple's products are produced. His mission: Learn about iPhone 5 production. The reporter kept a detailed journal of each day he spent at...
UNDERCOVER REPORT: The iPhone 5 You'll Soon Be Clutching Was Made In 'Nightmare' Working Conditions (AAPL)
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