Satechi Touch USB LED Lamp: Turn Any Empty Bottle Into A Lamp.

The Satechi Touch USB-powered LED lamp lets the reuser change their lamp to match their mood and/or incorporate the empties they have lying around. Not only does the $25 Satechi Touch make a great gift but it’s also a nice way to reassign your recyclables. [Gizmodo]


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If Earth Had A Social Network Account…

like Facebook, today, it would look something like this:

Spacebook:  If Earth Had A Facebook Page Comic.

Posted with permission by “The Joy of Tech.” [via Mashable]

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Kitchen Flooring Made Out Of 60,000 Pennies.

Kitchen flooring made out of 60,000 pennies.
That’s $600 worth of flooring. Looks like they have another $59.36 to go. Reduce, reuse, recycle – maybe reconsider? [Imgur]


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Happy April Fools’ Day!

Jubbling is taking April Fools’ Day off. It’s our day plus, we have the next 364 days to post legitimate articles that have an April Fools’ish feel.

Homestar Energy Suggestions - 2010

Homestar Energy Suggestions - 2010

Four Loko Halloween Costume

Four Loko Halloween Costume

Jim Inhofe:  Oil industry musician.

Jim Inhofe: Oil industry musician.

Kobayashi Komposter

Kobayashi Komposter

The Hear Heres.

The Hear Heres.

Sit-n-Pee Homemade Valentine's Day Card

Sit-n-Pee Homemade Valentine's Day Card

Get ready for some super-fracking.

Get ready for some super-fracking.

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Using A Beer Can To Jubblingly Boost The WiFi Signal In Your Home.

The Minute Hacks: How To Boost Your Wifi Signal is not a recent video or a new solution but we like that it’s only one minute long and reuses a beer can. Now, I just need my beer can to arrive. [Treehugger]

Large Old Style beer can.

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Stadium Lofts: Repurposing Indianapolis’s Art Deco Bush Baseball Stadium Into 134 Residences.

Stadium Lofts - Bush Stadium Indianapolis.Jubbling loves the Stadium Lofts project. Adaptively designed by Heartland Design, the Stadium Loft complex is turning Indianapolis’s old Bush Stadium into 134 residences.

Bush Stadium was built in 1931 but hasn’t seen any baseball action since 1996. More recently, the art deco stadium was used as a parking lot for Cash for Clunker cars. Now, as part of Develop Indy redevelopment project, the normally demolished stadium is being turned into housing. From The Architect’s Newspaper:

“Bush Stadium’s stone art deco entrance and flanking brick walls have been incorporated into the new building, and the stadium’s steel canopy forms the roof. The existing structure has been shored up and windows added to the brick walls.”

Other features include creating common areas out of the original ticket booths and the baseball field (with concrete replacing base paths) will remain as an open green space for residents.

The Stadium Lofts will have easy access to pedestrian paths and trails and convenient access to shopping, restaurants and downtown. What’s not to like? [The Architect’s Newspaper]



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