The Netherlands’ Waternet utilities company has placed some pee-collecting urinals in Amsterdam, with the hope of turning it into fertilizer for the city’s urban roof gardens.
The Bookish Banquet is a culinary event for bookworms that takes inspiration from popular fiction.
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KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is enabling its customers to confirm and pay for a seat on one of their flights through social media platforms.Read More
The New York-based service offers a home visit to give revelers the IV treatment they need to feel fresh.
Italy’s Ethos E30 can be reconfigured for different purposes, from tour boat, to fishing trawler, to family cruiser.
Spritz believes that humans can read much faster using its system of ‘streaming’ text at up to 600 words per minute.
The Miracle Machine is a device for the home that makes a bottle of fine wine from simple ingredients in a couple of days.
Datacoup is a marketplace that lets anyone sell their personal information direct to advertisers.
The Sensory Fiction project coming out of MIT has developed a harness that delivers haptic feedback at relevant points in the narrative.