Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
To see all I've been dreaming through, here.
Posted by jenna at 5:34 PM
Finnish pancake recipe making breakfast better than it already was.
4 tbsp butter, melted, 4 eggs, 2 c milk, 1/2 c flour, 2 tbsp sugar, 1/2 tsp salt
Preheat oven to 450o, and pour the melted butter into a 9″x16″ baking pan.
Beat eggs until foamy but not whippy, until well-blended. Beat with milk, flour, sugar and salt. Pour into pan with butter and bake 20-23 minutes. Serve however.
Add some Low Anthem for best results. "If your heart is unemployed.."
Posted by jenna at 5:26 PM
Friday, July 8, 2011
|via the maine effect|
This is my new bag. It's called the Yoshimi Felt bag. It's made by hand by Elsie Moshimer, the Maine-based creator of Salty Peach designs. Elsie started Salty Peach to communicate the need for people to slow down and focus on long-term. “I am generally impatient with monotony, and with the mass production addiction that our society has fallen victim to, so you won’t find many repeats in my work.” She prefers found and recycled materials. For beach season, she’s designed a bag made of vinyl screen to filter out the sand, and hold the shells and treasures you want to take home. Let’s just say, she’s one of the most enchanting entrepreneurs we know.
(via the maine effect)
Thursday, July 7, 2011
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
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Posted by jenna at 10:38 AM
Saturday, April 2, 2011
Making the list for "Best Ideas in Interface" in December's issue of Fast Company, John's Phone has officially arrived in the US. Marketed as the "world's simplest cell phone," With no camera, no text capability, or even multiple ringtones, John's Phone removes itself from many of the luxuries we enjoy indulging upon in the palm of our hands. What it does have is great design by Dutch company, John Doe Amsterdam. Appearing like the rich European cousin to the pager, John's Phone has easy to use capabilities like answering phone calls, then hanging them up, along with adjusting volume up or down. A small paper address book tucks away inside a pocket on the back while a tiny pen slides in the side of the phone. The only real options available to consumers on John's Phone are in its colors, which are, "snow" (white), "grass" (green), "tree" (brown), "sweet" (pink), "business" (black) and limited edition, "bar" (gold).., making this the perfect cell phone for any curmudgeon or misanthrope.
Posted by Ryan at 4:41 PM