Socialist, A Handy App for Organizing and Sharing Lists of Things Like Restaurants and Movies

Socialist

Socialist is an app by developers The BKRY and Awkward for organizing and sharing lists of things like restaurants, movies, music, and more. The app has also partnered with other services like Netflix to make lists useful beyond just being lists. Users can also invite each other to collaborate on shared lists. Socialist is currently available on iOS.

Socialist

Socialist

Socialist

Socialist

images via Socialist

via Product Hunt

Astonishingly Intricate Cut Paper Art by Bovey Lee

Astonishingly Intricate Cut Paper Art by Bovey Lee

Artist Bovey Lee creates astonishingly intricate cut paper art out of Chinese rice paper and silk. She has a gallery on her site of beautiful cut paper works stretching back to 2005.

Astonishingly Intricate Cut Paper Art by Bovey Lee

Astonishingly Intricate Cut Paper Art by Bovey Lee

Astonishingly Intricate Cut Paper Art by Bovey Lee

Astonishingly Intricate Cut Paper Art by Bovey Lee

photos via Bovey Lee

via This Isn’t Happiness

Time Is Dancing, A Clever Wall Clock With an Articulating Ballerina Instead of Clock Hands

Time Is Dancing Ballerina Clock by Meike Harde

German designer Meike Harde has created Time Is Dancing, a clever wall clock that has an articulating ballerina figure in place of traditional clock hands. The clock is available at Klein & More.

Meike Harde

Meike Harde

photos via Meike Harde

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Puzzle Potatoes, Tots Shaped Like Tetris Tetrominoes

Puzzle Potatoes

U.S. Foods has created an amusing side dish called Puzzle Potatoes, tetromino-shaped potato tots that are closely reminiscent of the game Tetris. While Puzzle Potatoes certainly has the potential delight kids of all ages, someone may need to explains what Tetris is to the younger ones who may not know or remember.

Puzzle Potatoes in Pan

Puzzle Potatoes in Bowl

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via Neatorama, FoodDiggity

‘Literally Everything Else From Your Childhood: The Movie’, A Video Mocking Hollywood’s Mining of Childhood Nostalgia

“Literally Everything Else From Your Childhood: The Movie” is an amusing video by The Wil Wheaton Project that harps on the trend of Hollywood’s mining of childhood nostalgia by positing that everything else not already used should be in their own movie. Suggested entries include the likes of the character Eddie “Donkeylips” C. Gelfen from Salute Your Shorts and Tamagotchi digital pets as well as more general childhood concepts like chickenpox.

Hollywood is riding the nostalgia train to pandertown, and after TMNT, GI Joe, Battleship, and the upcoming Candyland (!?) movie, we at the Wil Wheaton Project believe it’s finally time for the most pandering nostalgia film of all time: Literally Everything Else From Your Childhood: The Movie!

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Sense, A Sleep Monitoring System and Smart Alarm

Sense is a sleep monitoring system coupled with a smart alarm by San Francisco-based company Hello that is designed to improve sleep by by monitoring a person’s sleep behavior and environment and waking them at an ideal point in their sleep cycle. The system includes the Sense device — a room sensor and smart alarm — and Sleep Pill — a sleep sensor that clips to a pillow. The sensors sync with a mobile application that provides reports on the previous night’s sleep and allows the user to set the smart alarm. Hello is raising funds to manufacture the device via a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign.

Sense Sleep Monitoring System and Smart Alarm

Sense Sleep Monitoring System and Smart Alarm

Sense Sleep Monitoring System and Smart Alarm

images via Hello

Handmade Paper House Plants by Art We Heart

Paper Plants by Art We Heart

Art We Heart has released a line of beautiful paper plant sculptures including a philodendron and a rather convincing orchid for the “green-thumb challenged.” The plants are made by hand in Los Angeles, California.

Paper Plants by Art We Heart

Paper Plants by Art We Heart

Paper Plants by Art We Heart

Paper Plants by Art We Heart

photos via Art We Heart

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