Trapezium is a minimalist design created by Taiwan-based designer Yenwen Tseng. Trapezium is an easy stool with unique trapeziform seat and structure for stacking and multiple arrangements. Its compact composition allows it to adapt to different occasions without taking too much space. It could be at the entrance of a house for wearing shoes, at the public space of a museum for taking a rest, and so on.
V I V A R I U M hanger
A vivarium (Latin, literally for "place of life"; plural: vivaria or vivariums) is a usually enclosed area for keeping and raising animals or plants for observation or research. vintage brass and glass hanging planter or terrarium with a tri-corn open aired design. Three glass panels are separated by three open areas connected with a glass bottom and brass edges. Measures 6 inches wide and 8.5 inches tall Perfect for hanging candlelight in the garden or a small succulent in the home…
10 Photos That Definitively Prove Math Is Really, Really Hard
Sure, we all know math is hard. But c'mon, advertising the price of something isn't exactly advanced trigonometry. Let's get it together people! 1....
Bad Math in the Real World
A couple of years ago I stopped into a McDonald's restaurant to grab a quick snack. At the counter there was a sign advertising two apple pies for 99 cents. It sounded like a good deal until I looked up at the big menu board and noticed that the price for one apple pie was only 49 cents. I wish I had taken a picture of the two signs. When I shared this story on Twitter, Danny Nicholson replied with a link to his Bad Maths Flickr group. The Bad Maths Flickr group contains lots of examples of…
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Twitter Users' Diversity Becomes an Ad Selling Point
Twitter, as a newly minted public company needing to generate revenue, it is moving to capitalize on the fact that its user base is more racially diverse than U.S. Internet users as a whole.