Mooselumps is a London-based designer and illustrator who paints, sprays and digitally produces art.

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World’s first mobile phone spy application for Nokia Maemo N900 available for purchase and immediate download. Completely undetectable, it is targeted at catching cheating spouses, protecting children or enforcing corporate policies.

FlexiSPY Ltd. announced today the release of the world’s first mobile phone spy application for Nokia’s Maemo platform; able to secretly capture SMS, Call Records, Instant Messages, GPS Locations, listen to surroundings and intercept live phone calls.

Maemo is widely slated to be adopted as the platform of choice for all the Finnish giants’ range of smart-phones, and is already available on the company’s flag-ship N900 model.

Flexispy is undetectable, professional grade spyphone software which monitors all device activity and uploads data via WiFi or GPRS to a secure web account, where it can then be analyzed. Offering full remote control features, once installed, access to the device is never required to tune the settings for optimal operation.

“Despite the current low adoption of Maemo, we believe that any platform Nokia adopts is likely to be a success. This means that the benefits of our product will now reach an even greater audience, particularly as it is an ideal platform for business. Also, as the founders and acknowledged leaders of innovation in mobile device monitoring products, we loved taking on the tough task of developing for this platform. There was no way we could resist this technology challenge”, says Marc Harris, Marketing Manager for FlexiSPY Co Ltd.

FlexiSPY is invaluable as a legitimate tool for concerned spouses, parents, law enforcements and corporations, and is available for download at

This wall mural titled, “Don’t Believe the Hype” by Os Gêmeos is part of the exhibition “Viva la Revolucion: A dialogue with the urban landscape” organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego 2010.

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Wine Innovations deleveloped this ingenious concept of a single serving wine glasses called The Tulip. Just like a container of  yogurt it has a peal-off foil lid. The wine is sealed using patented technology to maintain wine quality and to give a shelf life of over 1 year. The wine glass are filled with red, white or rose wine and is made from plastic so there are no worries of broken glass.

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This week on Friday Food Links you’ll learn how to make Scotch Eggs, how to devein shrimp and how to open a bottle of wine without a corkscrew. Check out how Carl’s Jr. outdoes itself and tries to give you clogged arteries in the process. Plus some interesting recipes you can try out this weekend like Avocado Fries! We search for yummy food links and recipes, so you don’t have to. Enjoy!


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Tangible Interactive is a design house that creates full-on sensory experiences people can interact with in the everyday physical world.

For the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games  Tangible worked in collaboration with Cause and Affect on this origami light chandelier for the Vancouver House.

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The 2nd annual Jell-O Mold competition was hosted by Gowanus Studio Space in Brooklyn, New York in June, where artists, designers, and chefs were encouraged to use gelatin in new and unique ways. The winner of the competition was a company called The Way We See The World. They won for sculptural/structural integrity with Jelloware – a set of colorful, soft, and edible (well…sort of) drinking glasses.

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