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Plastic memories.

“When collector Thomas Lindblad discovered a simple red mug, he was inspired to say the least. Some 15 years after his first encounter, the Nordiska Museum  in Stockholm Sweden has recently opened the Plastic! show which uses Lindblad’s collection of … Continue reading

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No wonder RIDding is so hard.

“Scientists have found that shoppers experience the same rush of endorphins when they stumble across a hot sale promotion as they do when they are sexually aroused.” Get informed here.

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Helping Mom and Dad think about RIDding.

“Crap At My Parents House provides a space to pay homage to all of the weird crap that everyone’s parents have. Users are invited to submit anything you deem funny, weird, odd, unique, strange, absurd, ridiculous or just plain terrifying. … Continue reading

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Maybe a habit we should RID?

“Men waste more than $3,000 in fuel costs because they refuse to ask for directions when lost, according to a British study released as motorists across the U.S. prepare to load up their cars for the long Labor Day weekend.” … Continue reading

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Junk drawers and RID.

“Artist/photography Brittnybadger is photographing the contents of  junk drawers from different people, and turning them into artwork. While the series is just getting started, it’s a pretty cool look into someone’s life. A junk drawer tells you about their interests, … Continue reading

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The Moneyless Man.

“If someone had told me seven years ago, in my final year of a business and economics degree, that I’d now be living without money, I’d have probably choked on my TV dinner. The plan back then was to get … Continue reading

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The “100 Things” Challenge.

“By definition, “neo-minimalists” don’t have an overabundance of things in their lives. But one thing they tend to have more and more of these days is visibility. Recently, The New York Times talked to some people participating in the 100 … Continue reading

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