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A Year on the Road: Apple Annie's Orchard

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Making the most of Arizona's bountiful apple season

The fruits of the autumn season have ripened across the United States over the last few months. Having missed apple season on the East Coast by a matter of weeks, I decided to find an apple orchard in my unlikely location - Arizona. Little could I imagine what I'd find once I started looking. During a stopover in Tucson for some car repairs, I decided to venture out one Sunday in search of the......read more

Are Apple Gadgets Going Solar?

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Three new patents filed by Apple indicate the company is getting into the clean energy business.

This month, Apple filed three new efficiency patents, creating a new wave of speculation about the eco-friendly direction of the gadget behemoth. Here they are: 1. The first is a software patent that enables Apple devices to "register their power usage and communicate" using HomePlug Alliance, a set of universal standards showcased at this year's CES. The system would allow users......read more

Matt & Nat Laptop Bag

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A vegan carrying case for all your Apple goods. $210.00

Matt & Nat's black vegan leather laptop case makes a great gift for the eco-minded Apple fanatic. Featuring a 100% recycled grey faux suede lining and durable protective padding, the two separate laptop compartments each fit a 15" Macbook, kept safe with a double zipper closure. The exterior pocket is designed to house an iPad, and the remaining pockets offer homes for iPod,......read more

Leather Apple Watch Strap By Bexar Goods

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From Our Good Friends at Cool Hunting $130.00

Made from high-quality four-ounce American Bridle Leather, Bexar Goods' Apple Watch strap is a sophisticated way to add a feeling of heritage to a futuristic smartwatch. Available in tan or medium brown, the vegetable-tanned strap features three different hardware finishes (stainless steel, space gray or aluminum) and is hand-sewn in Bexar County, Texas. ...read more

Mujjo iPad Sleeve

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A sleek and sustainable sleeve for your Apple tablet $61.00

This iPad sleeve from Mujjo's Originals collection is another nice win for Dutch product design. The minimalist design is comprised of wool felt and hand-dyed, veggie-tanned leather, with a simple closure to keep your iPad or iPad 2 snug and protected. An additional storage department offers ample space for plugs, headphones and documents.  From the designers: Wool felt is a sustainable......read more

Yeasayer "Wait For The Summer"

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New York's Mixtape Club animation studio take us on a surreal apple adventure in CGI and stop motion.

As we approach SXSW 2010, let''s celebrate by revisiting a stunning video launched at the festival two years ago. Wonderfully imaginative work....read more

Rapha Cycle Club NYC

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Pop-up bike shop/gallery/cafe gets set to open in the Big Apple.

New York cyclists rejoice. Hot on the heels of a successful stint in London, Rapha Cycle Club will pop up on the Bowery in NYC in celebration of the Tour de France. Opening on July 3rd, the Rapha Cycle Club will present live daily screenings of the famed bike race. Part retail shop, part cafe, part gallery, the space will offer Rapha gear, serve up brews from Third Rail Coffee, and show an......read more

From The Farmbox

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With his salsify apple crabcakes, Shawn Traylor turns an unsightly root vegetable into a delicious thing of beauty.

If you happen to be making a list of (or song about, coffee table book on…) the world’s filthiest and/or ugliest vegetables, please make sure to include salsify on your list. Would you just look at how ugly these things are?!? But, through the miracle of Photoshop, look how purty I made them.   I jest. No Photoshop trickery here, just some peeling, boiling, mashing, mixing,......read more

Greenaid Fosters 21st Century Johnny Appleseeds

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Clever urban hack created by young L.A. duo encourages people to replant their neighborhoods.

If you live or work in a city, odds are, you passed a vacant lot or an ugly, barren strip of soil at some point today. Now imagine if that eyesore were transformed into a wild garden. But how? Greenaid, a project by two recent grads of Otis College of Art and Design in L.A., Kim Karlsrud and Daniel Phillips, and local urban planner David Fletcher, is a plan to distribute candy machines loaded......read more

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