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  • #TheGoods

    #TheGoods

    Here's the fitting first major event to take over the Goods Line.

    Saturday 3rd October
    @ The Goods Line

  • $25 Computer Perfect for Classroom Equality

    $25 Computer Perfect for Classroom Equality

    Bite-sized computer could be given away to school children for free.

  • $9 Cardboard Bike Could Be ‘Game Changing’

    $9 Cardboard Bike Could Be ‘Game Changing’

    Now the inventor has launched an Indiegogo campaign to bring it to people around the world.

  • ‘i Backpack’ Gives New Communication Powers to Cyclists

    ‘i Backpack’ Gives New Communication Powers to Cyclists

    Could this put an end to cyclist-motorist road rage?

  • ‘Jane Fonda House’ Is Powered by Your Exercise

    ‘Jane Fonda House’ Is Powered by Your Exercise

    You become the guinea pigs in this exercise powered house-of-the-future

  • ‘Post Puppies’ May Be the Best Thing Hallmark Has Ever Done

    ‘Post Puppies’ May Be the Best Thing Hallmark Has Ever Done

    Puppies with tiny, tiny mailbags. This is not a drill.

  • ‘Power Pocket’ Charges Mobiles With Body Heat

    ‘Power Pocket’ Charges Mobiles With Body Heat

    Vodafone's latest technology aims to keep Festival-goers powered up.

  • ‘The Cube’ Portable Restaurant

    ‘The Cube’ Portable Restaurant

    Portable restaurants to tour the landmarks of Europe.

  • 'World President of Entertainment' Ricky Gervais Wants You to Get Free Netflix from Optus

    'World President of Entertainment' Ricky Gervais Wants You to Get Free Netflix from Optus

    Even though he's "never heard of Optus".

  • 10 of the World’s Most Blinged-Out Buildings

    10 of the World’s Most Blinged-Out Buildings

    These 10 jazzy architectural designs celebrate all that glitters.

  • 10 Quirky Decals for your Macbook Pro

    10 Quirky Decals for your Macbook Pro

    Let your Mac stand out in a sea of anonymity with one of these decals.

  • 12 Bike Racks You Don’t See Everyday (But Should)

    12 Bike Racks You Don’t See Everyday (But Should)

    With the increase in bike paths and subsequent riders around our cities, cyclers need more options when it comes to storing their bikes.

  • 12 Innovative DIY Light Fixtures

    12 Innovative DIY Light Fixtures

    Establish an alternative ambience, add some creative flair or improve the decor of a room simply by adding some alternative lights you've made yourself.

  • 14 Brilliant Business Card Designs

    14 Brilliant Business Card Designs

    With designs that range from a balloon to a fortune cookie to a lego piece, here are some of our favourite creative business cards.

  • 15th-Century Dutch Church Converted to Epic Bookstore

    15th-Century Dutch Church Converted to Epic Bookstore

    This must be one of the world's most gorgeous bookstores.

  • 16km Park Frontier ‘Big U’ Could Save NYC From Flooding

    16km Park Frontier ‘Big U’ Could Save NYC From Flooding

    Just in case New York wasn't already no.1 when it comes to whopping city parks.

  • 19-Year-Old Develops Device to Remove 7 Million Tons of Rubbish from the Ocean

    19-Year-Old Develops Device to Remove 7 Million Tons of Rubbish from the Ocean

    Boyan Slat recently proposed his genius plan to clear the oceans of over 7 million tons of plastic.

  • 20 Quirky and Creative Beds

    20 Quirky and Creative Beds

    Beds can be used to express our inner self, to represent our deepest loves or simply help us wake up and get going in the morning.

  • 2012’s Biggest Space Moments

    2012’s Biggest Space Moments

    It was the year we jumped, probed and triathlonned back into space exploration.

  • 2013: A Space Oddity as Astronaut Sings Bowie in Space

    2013: A Space Oddity as Astronaut Sings Bowie in Space

    Social media darling and astronaut Chris Hadfield takes David Bowie to new, dizzying heights.

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