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…The Mac Sale will save you a bundle?

The Mac Sale

The Mac Sale is another great Mac bundle that includes 10 great apps like Flux, Scribbles, Iris, WriteRoom, REALbasic, Interarchy, HoudahSpot, TaskPaper and MarinerCalc for just $49.99.

It also has an awesome website, so be sure to check it out even if you’re not in the mood for some new apps.

[The Mac Sale]

…Skinny Blonde is a beer with body?

Skinny Blonde

Skinny Blonde is an Australian beer that features some rather… unique packaging.

On each bottle, there is a picture of a blonde babe in a red bikini, and when the bottle heats up, the bikinis come off and you’re left holding a bottle with a topless hottie on it.

The website is also rather… unique, since you can preview each skinny blonde before buying the actual bottle. There’s also a staring competition, though I’m guessing you can figure out how that will end.

[(NSFW) Skinny Blonde]

[Via: Adverblog]

…It’s Things Thursday: Million Dollar Poster?

Million Dollar Poster

Remember the Million Dollar Homepage, a website where you could buy one of a million pixels at a dollar a pop that actually made the creator a millionaire in less than six months?

Well now you too can adorn your wall with a million dollars worth of entrepreneurial inspiration, thanks to the Million Dollar Poster.

Made from each and every pixel that adorned the original page, the Million Dollar Poster might not make you a millionaire, but at least it’ll bring back fond memories of how the online advertising world was before the bubble burst.

[Million Dollar Poster]

[Via: Random Good Stuff]

…Fray keeps it true on a quarterly basis?

Fray

Fray is a quarterly series of independently produced books that are filled with true personal stories, articles and original art. Each one revolves around a central storytelling theme, and is about proving that extraordinary things happen to ordinary people.

It’s about finding that common thread that connects us all together. And it’s an invitation and a dare to get involved: What’s your story?

For a little history, Fray began as a website, where they presented individually designed, true first-person stories. It then evolved into a series of live storytelling events, Fray Days and Fray Cafes that took place all over the world and were attended by thousands of people. Now, the book phase that they’re currently in is their third evolution, and hopefully their best to date.

Fray Books

Their first issue was called ‘Busted’, and it was all about “true stories of getting caught in the act”. Their current issue, called Geek, is about “true stories of taking things too seriously” and features 60 pages of true stories, interviews and original art in full color, as well as a special pull-out centerfold.

Fray Geek Sale

In addition, they’re currently having a sale, and for just $35 plus shipping, you’ll get the first two issues, a limited edition Geek pocket protector, and two more issues in 2009.

If you’d like to participate in Fray, their next issue is called Sex & Death, and they’re taking submissions until January 31, 200, so you’ve got a limited amount of time to get something in.

Either way though, it’s definitely a unique format that bucks the trend of high quantity, ad supported printing, and with a bunch of very passionate people supporting it, it’s definitely worth checking out to see what you think.

[Fray]

…It’s Website Wednesday: Disinterested Pug With Found Objects?

Disinterested Pug With Found Objects

W/ Extra Duck was a fantastic Flickr Photo Set, but its crown has now been passed to my new favorite Flickr Photo Set: Disinterested Pug With Found Objects.

As the appropriately labeled title suggests, the set is filled with pictures of a pug that couldn’t care less about his surroundings, standing next to objects that have been found by his owner on what I presume must be rather entertaining walks.

From SpongeBob costumes and spare tires to the nine of spades and a porta-potty named ‘Honey Bucket’, the pug manages to remain steadily and consistently disinterested throughout the entire set, though he does behave himself rather well for a dog without a care in the world.

Guess it must be nice having more wrinkles on your face than objects that interest you…

[Flickr – Disinterested Pug With Found Objects]