The joke with these glasses is that they're supposed to mimic the black censorship bars cast over the faces of celebs, criminals, and others with concealed identities. Avoid the paparazzi! But the real joke's that these are for the attention-starved.
You see this guy? Andrei? You see his smug face? Wanna know why he's so smug, aside from being a "beer lover and brewer"? His Twitter username is A. Just A. He is one Twitter's 26 alphabetical superstars.
Yesterday morning, you looked good. Yesterday evening, before you went out, you're pretty sure you looked real good. So who the hell is this schlub in the Facebook album from last night, tagged with your name?
As part of the launch of Austrian design mag Kursiv's sin-inspired issue, a Viennese furniture outfit came up with seven matching items—including this prideful lamp that shines only on itself. More form than function, but wholly beautiful. [Core77]
If you've ever worried about the inadequacy of your eyelashes, the company that brought you Botox now has a serum to make them longer and fuller. The source of its power: repurposed glaucoma meds.
This is the +336+ Mirror. More than just a concept (maaan) it is an idea-made-flesh for those 20 people in the world stupid enough—and rich enough—to shell out $10,000 for a looking glass that can display text messages sent from a cellphone. So either this is the least mobile mobile phone (albeit one without the…
Apple is sick and tired of people coming into their stores and hogging their computers for hours at a time while they waste time on MySpace. Apparently people have taken to coming in, taking pictures of themselves with PhotoBooth (the filters are so funny!!!), and uploading them to their profiles. In response, MySpace…