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Blog Reviewed: inhabitat

in view of my recent withdrawal syndromes from the hi-tech as well as the upcoming Oxfam Trailwalker (big thanks to those supporting or planning on supporting me), i've decided to find something more environmental. Inhabitat is a weblog i've found which is constantly updating with innovations in technologies that are related to design but at the same time ecological. they focus on interior design as well as architecture, which are two areas i love even more than gadgets. unlike the previous food and music weblog, the authors don't really create anything. no music writing, no dessert recipes. instead, they have a no nonsense site which is a mix of their own take on products and designs. the site is organized, with different categories as well as some "Features" like making your own terrarium. (in fact, the website is exactly how i would like to organize this one, but i'm just too busy to do anything about it). take a look, pretty interesting, a move away from the hand phones and cameras and updated frequently. [equipbug]
Link HERE: http://www.inhabitat.com/

photo of an interview with recycled-wood furniture makers, nice!
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