22 9 / 2014

Today: the science of fishing - or is this cheating?The Deeper Fishfinder is a small, Bluetooth-powered smart sonar that works with your phone to help you get the most out of every trip. Simply attach it to a fishing line and cast it out to where you plan to fish. As soon as it hits the water, it will start sending back data to the companion app, letting you see the depth, number and location of the fish, water temperature, and more. And thanks to its small size, it can be used in places most fishfinders can’t, like from a kayak, shore, or dock.

Today: the science of fishing - or is this cheating?

The Deeper Fishfinder is a small, Bluetooth-powered smart sonar that works with your phone to help you get the most out of every trip. Simply attach it to a fishing line and cast it out to where you plan to fish. As soon as it hits the water, it will start sending back data to the companion app, letting you see the depth, number and location of the fish, water temperature, and more. And thanks to its small size, it can be used in places most fishfinders can’t, like from a kayak, shore, or dock.

19 9 / 2014

Today: The day after

(Via @TheLadyGrantham)

Today: The day after

(Via @TheLadyGrantham)

16 9 / 2014

Today: Pantone v Beer

(via elkephant)

14 9 / 2014

Today: Heritage day (open monumenten dag), Amsterdam. Kromhout shipyard and both heritage + design at the Lloyd hotel

11 9 / 2014

Throwback Thursday: year is 1989, visited WTC. Life was simple back then.

10 9 / 2014

Today: New York City Transit Authority Graphics Standards Manual
Designed by Unimark International, New York 1970

Brought to you by the collective efforts of

(Via: @elspethjane)

05 9 / 2014

Today: who needs an iPhone or iPad? Experience the power of a bookbook™

04 9 / 2014

Throwback Thursday: year is 2010; view south form Hurricane Ridge, Olympic National Park, Washington

Throwback Thursday: year is 2010; view south form Hurricane Ridge, Olympic National Park, Washington

02 9 / 2014

Today: mount Fuji

(Via @Globe_Pics)

Today: mount Fuji

(Via @Globe_Pics)

30 8 / 2014

Today: what to expect when entering the Royal Palace in Amsterdam:
A grand staircase, knights hall and elaborate world maps in marble (top)? Wrong!

Built as the Amsterdam city hall, the very first room behind the entrance is the ‘Vierschaar’ (Foursquare) tribunal room where criminals were sentenced to death. Lavishly decorated with scenes of doom of course (bottom).