These Mygdal Plantlamps ($TBA) have a truly innovative design and allow you to grow plant where you have never been able to grow them before; in a dark or windowless room. They are ideal for office environments or basements where the natural light just can't reach and enable you to enjoy plants in rooms where, before, it was just not possible.LED lighting produces the right light for the to photosynthesise, while the self-sustaining ecosystem within the lamp itself means you won't have to water your plant for several years. The Mygdal Plantlamps are available in two styles; standing lamp and ceiling lamp.
The Ferrari LaFerrari - not digging the name, but the car is bad ass. The Ferrari LaFerrari ($TBA) has a 780-hp, 6.3-liter V-12 along side a 160 hp electric motor. Ferrari says this car will get you to 62 mph in under 3 seconds and 124 mph in under 7 seconds. Umm, that is fast. Supposedly the LaFerrari is faster than both the Enzo and the Fiorano. If you want one you better place your order quickly, there will be only 500 made.
The Killspencer iPad Mini Carrying Pouch ($139) may be your perfect travel partner. Each pouch is made to order out of Killspencer's Los Angeles Workshop. It is made from premium Wickett + Craig English bridle leather, and features two business card pockets, and a larger pocket for your cables and smaller items. You can get the Carrying Pouch in tan, natural or black. Allow 1-2 weeks for shipping.
Beer has been a favorite drink across the globe for centuries, and is third only behind water and tea in the worldwide popularity stakes. It is also the central figure in an industry worth $450bn.This is the first major reference book of its kind that investigates both the history and the vast appeal of beer. There are over 1,100 entries in The Oxford Companion To Beer ($32) written by no less than 166 of the most prominent beer experts in the globe and a must have for anyone who like to indulge in one or two.
http://youtu.be/DconsfGsXyA What side of the debate are you on? Click. Print. Gun. by Vice, is a documentary about how the gun control debate relates to personal freedoms and new technologies. It centers around law student Cody R Wilson who is a self-described, crypto, free-market anarchist. Which means he believes that market agreements between individuals should not be regulated by states and should be allowed to transcend national boundaries. The Crypto portion identifies how he uses cryptography to carry out his beliefs to evade prosecution. Cody is using 3D printing to create a lower receiver for rifles which would allow individuals to build guns without regulation. Whatever your beliefs this is certainly a topic that's not going away any time soon.
Back in November the Helsinki-based company, Solu met it's crowd funding campaign for its micro-computing platform. Going by the same name as the company, Solu is a small collaborative computer with a cloud-based OS and a revolutionary UI. Solu ($379) takes the concepts of cloud-based computers, mobile computing, and seamless collaboration, and rolls them all into a small wood wrapped package that contains all your processing, an edge-to-edge screen, and a powerful battery.