We all want to be our best selves. But what if you could add almost anything to your body and mind? A camera here, an exoskeleton there. This is the world that some biohackers imagine—one in which humans can extend their abilities beyond the limits biology has set for us. But what does that world look like?
Did you know your salt and pepper grinders could, and should, be doing more than just dispensing seasonings? Just take a look at this pair of grinders featuring a set of posable wooden artist's hands on top. The possibilities are endless.
Most herb grinders feel as though they're made as novelties, not kitchen-grade utensils. The caps get gummed up with resin, the blades quickly dull, it's a mess. But where most other grinders fail, the Aerospaced 4-Piece excels.
We can't wait for the bold future of radical body modification. As we pointed out yesterday, at the forefront of this trend are the biohackers and grinders (DIY cybernetics enthusiasts).
There's a scene in The Adventures of Augie March where Augie is sitting on the side of the road (or is it a railroad track?) with a group of hobos eating hamburgers. Saul Bellow describes the burgers as burnt on the outside and so rare as to be ice-cold in the middle. It's probably because of how young and…
I know that you, like me, are constantly in search of the perfect cup of brew. Which is why I wanted to alert you to this article about coffee grinders from today's NY Times (reg. required). Here's an important detail, from the fellow who runs Coffeegeek:The Rancilio Rocky, pictured here, seems to be the best…