Got a package from SBTG this week. Sick new sneakers, limited to one of 8 hand-stitched and -painted designs. Here’s a peek. Notice the zipper down the front (instead of laces) and the details along the bottom–all hand assembled by hand. Also comes with a distressed one-of-a-kind dogtag listing the production number and brand name.
Also, Mark’s new line, “Dead Generals,” drops January 25th. He sent me a couple shirts and stuff–dope as usual from RoyaleFam. Images can be found here:
Merry Christmas to me :)
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Speaking of DC, Ken Block is a beast.
First, another note about the Kindle: Although it doesn’t read Word documents, it reads email and PDF. They give you a special email address to send things to your Kindle, so if you’ve got something that you want to read on it, just copy and paste it into an email, and send away. I agree about the design; it’s not the most attractive gadget out there. However, if you find yourself having to lug around a lot of books, this thing can be a lifesaver.
Second, a post from our new correspondent:
Highly detailed Lego recreation of the old Yankee Stadium. Created with 45,000 pieces. Lego steroids and piles of cash sold separately.
-SECRET ASIAN MAN
this gadget came out a while ago…i have to say, when i heard that there was an “iPod for books” i thought, “maybe, but it has really got to be a great product on a ton of levels…i’ll wait until i see one.”
i just saw one, and i’m a believer.
if you read a lot (or want to), but hate carrying around a bunch of heavy books, this thing is a lifesaver. the face of it literally looks like paper, but it’s a digital screen. it downloads tons of materials, from newspapers to best-sellers, is is smaller and lighter than a single hardcover. no computer needed, no syncing, no cables. it connects to amazon wirelessly (not WiFi, it’s better: it’s on cel-phone like network, available anywhere, and you don’t even need to sign up for a plan–so easy!). you simply order and receive books to read. you can even sample the first chapter of many books, to see if you want to download the whole thing. the kindle even allows you to take notes, and it downloads common file formats like microsoft word, .jpg, .gif, and .pdf–all you have to do is email them to your kindle.
basically, it’s a home-run for amazon.
to buy or read more about it, go it here:
PS – based on seeing this, plus the comments i have heard about this site being slightly hard to read, have led me to a simple re-design…coming soon!