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Recycle Your Coffee Habit

Sip from a cup made out of repurposed coffee grounds.

A Parking Lot for Your Smartphone

Hand it over.

Plant a New York City Water Tower in Your Home

Old New York infrastructure meets new New York superfood.

New xkcd Book Simply Explains Questions You Didn't Know You Had

Wait, what would happen if a Mars rover sprung a flat tire?

A Stand-Up Hamper for Your Flimsy Plastic Bags

Stop shoving them into drawers.

People Went Absolutely Nuts for Tesla's New Batteries

Can production keep up with the “crazy-off-the-hook” demand?

A Smart Alternative to the Standing Desk

Slump no more.

An Ultra-Visible Bike Helmet That Glows Like a Furnace

Torch's headgear doubles as an LED safety light.

The Trash Can of the Future Is Here

Brilliant design for the laziest humans.

Eat Your Way Through NYC's Neighborhoods

Food critic Robert Sietsema's new book New York in a Dozen Dishes chronicles the city's diverse classics, from pho to masala dosa. (And, ok, pizza.)

Stack a Desktop Cityscape

These blocks aren't just for kids.

Get Ready to Stream Every Episode of Seinfeld

Kiss your productivity goodbye: Hulu just bought the rights to the classic '90s sitcom.

This Shirt Is Immune To Coffee Stains

Stop showing up to work wearing your morning cup of joe.

The History of Bed Bugs Is Long and Disgusting

Warning: The new book Infested: How the Bed Bug Infiltrated Our Bedrooms and Took Over the World, is guaranteed to make you itchy.

Forget Noise-Cancelling Headphones: Just Listen to Wikipedia Being Edited

Zen out with hi-tech ambient sound.

Flip Through 50 Years of Historic New York City Landmarks

The new book Saving Place looks back on a half-century of conservation by the city's Landmarks Preservation Commission.

A Sleek New Home For Your Random Stuff

These grown-up dollhouses can shelter your cell phone and sunglasses.

A Better Way to Store Wet Umbrellas

This concrete cone keeps your umbrella and your floors dry.

This Handlebar Laptop Stand Brings Cycling Style to Your Desk

Warning: Not for use on an actual, moving bicycle.