You catch more flies with honey than Tailwind.
Chindogu gone wild.
Impressively lightweight and smooth!
There’s something deliciously appropriate about using a painting cloning service to clone a photograph of some cloned dogs.
“Did you just order an oil painting of Barbra Streisand’s dogs?” is the most Simon and Natalie thing ever.
Although this comes close:
A one-day event where participants conceptualize and create projects that have no value whatsoever.
If you’re coming to the Responsive Day Out next week, bring your dog. Laura is organising a special Web Talk Dog Walk for the next day.
These are like chindogu, but they’re all available from Amazon with accompanying reviews.
The Boston Globe’s got nothing on this!
Lance Arthur uses a tweet from Paul Ford as a starting point for a text adventure.
It’s a blog. It’s a bookmark. It’s a magazine.
To quote Jessica: “Seems stupid but it’s kind of a good idea.”
Oh yeah; hipster puppies: I remember seeing them before they sold out.
Social networking for dogs through RFID. Spimy animals FTW!
In the same way that moving a mouse on a desk corresponds to moving a cursor on a screen, you can now, using a simple grid, easily direct people to the area of the back you want scratched.
This is *exactly* the kind of thing that Tim Berners-Lee had in mind when he invented the World Wide Web: pictures of dogs, dressed as bees.
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