For the next week you can see my finds on Moto-à-Porter, a "super blog" covering São Paulo's Fashion Week. Created by the creative team ag407 for Motorola, the site is part of the lounge they've set up (pictured) and...
As social networking sites become bigger and bigger people have a harder time finding new friends or meaningful stuff to share. As a result there is an increasing number of niche or topic focused sites coming on to the scene. The latest, MOG, is...
With so much music being released that's freely available on the internet, it's a little daunting to try and sift through to find the diamonds. But British blogger Alex Young is a gifted electronica aficionado that does just that. His site...
Describing Flavorpill Sundance, a blog devoted to the happenings of the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, one is tempted to say it’s all over that indiefest like a cheap suit. But that would be wrong. Flavorpill isn’t a cheap...
The hyperbolically-titled "bloggers revolution" has changed publishing. Virtually free to publish, the internet phenomenon has created digital publishing, a medium that is simultaneously wholly democratic yet often schizophrenic. Now there...
2006 Bloggie Nominations Begin
Nominations for the 6th annual Bloggies began today and, well, Cool Hunting's a blog! Obviously, we fit the American, Group, and, ahem, Best of the Year, among others, but our just-launched Cool Hunting Podcast is already rated #13 in Arts and...
To Darrin Hudson, From Jeff Staple
Jeff Staple is the creative force behind Staple Design and The Reed Space, both of which marry urban culture and fantastic design. One of his strongest focal points is footwear, Sneakers specifically. On his new blog, To Darrin Hudson, Jeff is cataloging...
Charles and Marie: Soupe Du Jour
We don't know Charles and Marie personally, but judging by their site I think we'd all have plenty to talk about. In addition to their series of blogs, they have just launched Soupe Du Jour-- an on-line shop with something new every day and...
Yesterday we read about OZOcar over at Charles and Marie and loved the idea so we decided to give them a shot for this morning's trip to the airport (en route to Seattle). With a fleet of 30 hybrid vehicles, OZOcar is New York's first eco...
Cassette Jam 05
When was the last time you labored through making a mix tape? I think I made my last one in 1997. The cassette tape is pretty foreign these days, but still hugely nostalgic. Cassette Jam 05 is a collection of photos of over 180 different blank...
Feedster of the Day
We've feed of the day. If you're asking yourself WTF all that gibberish is, Feedster is like Google for RSS feeds. RSS feeds are are a different way content (especially from blogs) is distributed. More info here.
Blue Jake and Wooster Collective just launched Streetsy, a street art photo blog. With over 2500 images and new ones added all the time, Streetsy promises to be a great daily fix. And like the art itself, the images are free to the public domain.
When I mentioned the Nike iD blogger contest go vote now!
Nike iD Blogger Contest
It's hard not to see an advert for Nike's relaunched iD customization service. They're really blowing out the promotion, and with good reason-- the new version of the site is fast, simple, elegant and fun (rock on RGA!). Then, of course...
Though his work made the rounds on design blogs last year, we somehow missed it until now. Joris Laarman is a young Dutch designer with a great sense of style. We like it when designers challenge convention, as Joris has done with his designs for...
365 Days of Photography
Miskan--except it's photography based. Photo-blogging is getting bigger and bigger, but making the commitment to really do a photo a day is different. All the photos are from the eyes of a Lebanese Junior Art Director at a local ad agency in Kuwait...
Gridskipper, the new travel blog from Gawker Media, has just launched. If you're looking for a guide that combines facilitated decadence on a budget, or if you just want inside tips on your destination of choice, Gridskipper promises to be there...
Back to the Basics: Calculators
CES was certainly a fascinating experience. Just when I thought I had seen everything I passed this display of, well, calculators. Thank goodness there was still room and respect for some of the most basic of gadgets. I have a few more things to...
I'm not so good about covering stuff for the ladies-- especially when it come to footwear. Fortunately there's a brand new blog from the creators of Shiny Shiny (the girl gadget guide). Shoewawa delivers a sassy report on shoes and even gets...
Nike: Art of Speed
Nike commissioned 15 digital artists to visualize speed "through the Nike lens." Their work, which is rather compelling, is being collected on nikelab.com. UPDATE 3 June: There is now an Art of Speed Weblog.
Ready for Denton's next big thing? Kinja, the blog of blogs, launches today.
This Week, Gizmodo
I'll be guest writing over at Gizmodo this week. If you don't know the site, you should -it's the destination for all things gadget. If you do know the site, then you might already be familiar with the Blog Wars -of which I will be hitting...
Dog Blogging III
Phillip Torrone's photo moblog includes pictures posted by his Aibo! Whuffie posts every few hours automatically using his built in camera, his built in WiFi emails it to the site. via Gothamist