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…It’s Things Thursday: PAPPA*PHONE?

PAPPA*PHONE

Hulger’s PAPPA*PHONE brings a touch of class to the VoIP telephone.

Cut from a single solid piece of American walnut (so that the grain of the wood flows from the handset to the base), each PAPPA*PHONE is handmade by Furni, and also incorporates a piece of solid hand-polished brass into the design, as well as laser etched details.

Since it works with all VoIP services (Skype, iChat, GoogleTalk, Vonage, Yahoo, etc.) and is plug-and-play compatible with both the Mac and PC, it’s as easy to use as it is beautiful.

Maybe this VoIP thing has a chance after all…

[Hulger – PAPPA*PHONE]

…It’s Things Thursday: Modofly?

Modofly Moleskin

Modofly is an artist collaborative that hopes to “inspire artists and users alike with the hope that they themselves will be continually fueled by the feedback loop that happens when people work together”.

Their laser-etched Moleskin notebook line features fantastic covers that have been designed by top artists, and then laser-etched onto the outside to help fuel your creativity.

Since artists mostly fueled the Moleskin revolution anyways, why not just get one that makes the outside look as good as the creativity trapped inside?

[Modofly]

[Via: Josh Spear]