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SMASH CUP: The Reusable Coffee Cup That Fits In Your Pocket
Leak-proof, collapsible and eco-friendly. For any coffee drinker who carries just a briefcase, handbag or less when they’re on the go!
Smash Cup is an ultra-portable, sealed travel cup you keep with you - great for hot drinks (like coffee and tea) and cold ones. When you’re not drinking, it collapses into a compact, liquid-tight disk, saving you space in your backpack, handbag, briefcase or jacket pocket. Since it’s reusable, it eliminates the waste of disposable coffee cups - At work, coffee drinkers throw away about 500 cups EVERY YEAR. And you’ll be able to take part in bring-your-own-mug discounts at coffee shops. It’s a no-brainer to choose a green product when it makes your life easier and saves you money.
Fund this project on Kickstarter! designcloud:

SMASH CUP: The Reusable Coffee Cup That Fits In Your Pocket
Leak-proof, collapsible and eco-friendly. For any coffee drinker who carries just a briefcase, handbag or less when they’re on the go!
Smash Cup is an ultra-portable, sealed travel cup you keep with you - great for hot drinks (like coffee and tea) and cold ones. When you’re not drinking, it collapses into a compact, liquid-tight disk, saving you space in your backpack, handbag, briefcase or jacket pocket. Since it’s reusable, it eliminates the waste of disposable coffee cups - At work, coffee drinkers throw away about 500 cups EVERY YEAR. And you’ll be able to take part in bring-your-own-mug discounts at coffee shops. It’s a no-brainer to choose a green product when it makes your life easier and saves you money.
Fund this project on Kickstarter!

designcloud:

SMASH CUP: The Reusable Coffee Cup That Fits In Your Pocket

Leak-proof, collapsible and eco-friendly. For any coffee drinker who carries just a briefcase, handbag or less when they’re on the go!

Smash Cup is an ultra-portable, sealed travel cup you keep with you - great for hot drinks (like coffee and tea) and cold ones. When you’re not drinking, it collapses into a compact, liquid-tight disk, saving you space in your backpack, handbag, briefcase or jacket pocket. Since it’s reusable, it eliminates the waste of disposable coffee cups - At work, coffee drinkers throw away about 500 cups EVERY YEAR. And you’ll be able to take part in bring-your-own-mug discounts at coffee shops. It’s a no-brainer to choose a green product when it makes your life easier and saves you money.

Fund this project on Kickstarter!

humansofnewyork:

"I’m a traffic cop. It’s a job. Somebody’s got to do it. I don’t even represent myself when I’m working. If I was representing myself, I’d let everyone off with a warning. I represent a system. Did I design the system? No. I just enforce it. It’s not for me to decide the system. We elect the people who decide the system. When I write a ticket, everyone tells me a reason that they don’t deserve it. If I gave a warning to everyone with a reason, I wouldn’t give any tickets, and the system wouldn’t work. I don’t get any joy by giving a ticket. And I’m not upset if you beat it in court. It’s not personal. It’s my job."

coolerthanbefore:

1974 BMW 3.0 CS coolerthanbefore:

1974 BMW 3.0 CS coolerthanbefore:

1974 BMW 3.0 CS coolerthanbefore:

1974 BMW 3.0 CS coolerthanbefore:

1974 BMW 3.0 CS coolerthanbefore:

1974 BMW 3.0 CS

carinteriors:

1979 Ferrari 400 GTi

That car really was a horrible blemish on the Ferrari name.

abcnews:

Hurricane Arthur sets sights on the Carolinas: http://abcn.ws/1s1SJMJ

The real reason Guinness cancelled Arthur’s Day. abcnews:

Hurricane Arthur sets sights on the Carolinas: http://abcn.ws/1s1SJMJ

The real reason Guinness cancelled Arthur’s Day.

abcnews:

Hurricane Arthur sets sights on the Carolinas: http://abcn.ws/1s1SJMJ

The real reason Guinness cancelled Arthur’s Day.

engineeringisawesome:

No crankshaft, no problem: Toyota’s free piston engine is brilliant

Toyota recently showed a prototype engine that does just that. It’s called the Free Piston Engine Linear Generator (FPEG). “Free” refers to the fact that the piston isn’t attached to a crankshaft; instead, as the piston is forced downward during its power stroke, it passes through windings in the cylinder to generate a burst of three-phase AC electricity. The FPEG operates like a two-stroke engine but adds direct gasoline injection and electrically operated valves. It can also be run like a diesel, using compression rather than a spark plug to ignite its fuel mixture.

Toyota says this mechanically simple engine achieves a claimed thermal-efficiency rating of 42 percent in continuous use. Only the best, most complicated, and most expensive of today’s gas engines can come close to that number, and only in specific circumstances.

clientsfromhell:

I was hired by a religious group to do an illustration for their printed brochure.  They loved it, and I sent them an invoice. Two months later I hadn’t been paid. 

I called them, and their manager said they had prayed to God about my invoice, and He told them to use the money for their cause instead.

I waited a few minutes and called him back. I told him that I had prayed to God about it, and He said they should pay me. 

They sent me a check.

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BONUS “NOT ACTUAL MEDICAL ADVICE” UPDATE!

Or you could, y’know, just use some ice…

(many thanks to Sehlat over on Twitter for this one)

Yeah but can you put a price on the pleasure of having saucy treat when the ice-sachet has thawed? Sweet & Sour, tomato, barbecue, piri-piri, the list is endless.

And besides, i don’t think I’ve ever felt the need for an ice-pack for a 2cm square injury.