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…It’s Website Wednesday: Box Doodle Project?

Box Doodle Project

The Box Doodle Project is a fantastic collection of boxes that have been artistically rearranged to make figures and objects.

The idea is to make the most with the least, and I’d say that the entries that have been submitted so far have definitely achieved that goal!

Plus, if you’d like to make your own Box Doodle, there’s also a Box Doodle Tool that allows you to design your own online and then screenshot it and send it in.

[Box Doodle Project]

…The KZ Xtreme Defense Pen is a killer?

KZ Xtreme Defense Pen

Any pen can write, and some pens can also serve stylus duty, but only the KZ Xtreme Defense Pen can write, serve stylus duty, and kill a man.

That’s because the KZ Xtreme Defense Pen is designed to serve as a defense tool in times of need, with a CNC Machined, Type II Class 3 Hard Anodized, 6061 Aircraft Grade Aluminum body and a threaded cap and slip free, knurled center that ensure you can get the job done when your pen needs to do a little more than just jot down a list of groceries that you need to pick up at the store.

Sure, you’ll probably never need to use the pen for actual self-defense, but wouldn’t it be nice to know that you could if you needed to?

[KZ Xtreme Defense Pen]

[Via: Boing Boing]

…It’s Website Wednesday: Moodstream

Moodstream

Moodstream is a fantastically powerful “brainstorming tool” from Getty Images that is “designed to help take you in inspiring, unexpected directions”.

By tweaking the sliders, you can choose between images, footage, audio, or just a stream of fresh ideas that will bring a whole new creative palette straight to you.

The concept is actually pretty interesting, and the end result is inspiring and interesting in an advanced screensaver sort of way, so it’s definitely worth a look.

[Getty Images – Moodstream]

[Via: The Presurfer]

…JetDelegate will decide the race?

JetDelegate

JetDelegate is an interesting JetMan game turned political tool where players pick the candidate they would like to play as from Obama, McCain, and Clinton, and their final score is added to that candidate’s total.

It’s more social experiment than accurate survey, but that doesn’t mean the numbers aren’t interesting.

How far will your candidate fly?

[Facebook – JetDelegate]

[Via: Montoya Herald]