Sia Home


Change your way to think about how many times did you spend to make your plants green and alived.

Sia Home has exaclty what you need to have your home enviroment comfortable and warm. It’s the first time that i found very beatiful flowers and cactus made just with plastic or silicon (i think).

Take a look at them website, and you’ll be the very first housewife just spending some of yours green dollars.



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The greatest week

Fashion Week

I know, if you’re interested in this post, probably you think as like me that the paradise was to three feet from your home (not exactly three). Thanks to God internet cut distances and realize a dream, in his way. In this case god’s name is youtube and his messenger angel is the Fashionweek360 channel. Here you’ll fine many interesting videos dedicated to the event, and some exclusives interview behind the scene. Take a look, and make your choice for the next very fashion sesason.

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Hair Dryer Pistol at No-Daya

This must be the coolest hair dryer ever constructed. Shaped as a gun, you change the temperature and the power with the lever.


It comes in at least two colours (according to the photos; perhaps even more but my japanese is a bit rusty) – pink and baby blue – at a price of about €25.

Immagine how beautiful to dry your hair with a pistol shaped hair dryer? Just like probably Clint Eastwood did before getting ready for his role as Dirty Harry…No-daya

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Blythe Dolls


“Blythe is a doll created in 1972 by designer Allison Katzman. Her most unique and notable feature were blinkable eyes that changed color with the pull of a string attached to the back of her head. Blythe dolls were only sold for one year in the U.S. during 1972. She was not very popular and faded from store shelves quickly.

Thirty years after her first release date, Blythe regained popularity thanks to video producer Gina Garan []” Wikipedia


When I first saw their huge faces and glass eyes I though those dolls were the scariest thing I had ever seen. Then I told myself there should have been a reason for an entire dedicated shop to stand in the middle of one of Tokyo’s most famous districts, and here’s the solving of the mystery : Blythe Dolls are the new fashionable trend in collectibles. They’re not plain dolls : they have their own personalities, styles (they can be rockers, cuties, punk or retro style girls), moods and pose for clothes collection and fashion photosets. Trends usually start in this side of the globe…then don’t go around saying I didn’t tell you!

Official site (japanese) :

A fansite (english) :

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To whom it may concern….



Dear future me…

This is the start of the e-mail of the future. No hidden meanings, but literally. Through this website you have the chance to send to your future you a sort of high-tech bottle message. Here’s how it works : you write an e-mail, addressing it either to yourself or a friend, anonimous or public, and set up in advance its delivery date, having the possibility to have it sent at any date up to 50 years in the future!

And then, one very very distant day ahead in time, you will receive this e-mail, and it will make you remember of your past life and a nostalgic tear will come down your cheek…how romantic.

So far, more than 400,000 people (including me) have sent messages to their future selves or loved ones (hoping only that their addressee won’t change e-mail address in the meantime!), and a book has been published with some of them.

Link :

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Google Faces


We love it, because it created a new way to search, invented interactive maps, a giga mail and a large range of very interesting tools, everything for free.

This morning I was asking myself if there’s a way to contribute to the Google logotype creation and I found out that there is a name behind all this, the one of who creates those holiday and special days styles for it, and it’s Dennis Hwang .

His online museum is available at the following link where you can see what happened to the logo from the 1999 to 2006.

Link: Google Holiday Logos

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Democratic Shopping


How many times your budget constrained your shopping amount and at the end you decided to buy the cheapest thing thinking about future bills (especially when it comes to tech)?. If you want the latest design item for Computer, Ipod, USB memory, you indeed need a great amount of money. That’s not true anymore! After the open source revolution, UNI creates this fantastic modular computer with the possibility to expand it time by time, as your needs change.

“UNI is a compartmentalized computer concept by where most of the important media and computational functions have been broken up into modules. You only buy what modules you need thus allowing for expansion. ”

Click the following link to find out more interesting informations about it.

Website: UNI

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