Flaunt your love of eccentric science weirdoes with this enamel pin honoring everyone's favorite inventor, engineer, and all-around mad genius. It's not a death ray, but with this pin, you'll still be killin' it.
A well-researched and lively read about one of the most impressive technological achievements of all time: the 1858 laying of a telegraph line crossing the Atlantic and connecting North America to Europe.
From early computer programmers to the “girl gamers” of the 1990s, Claire Evans does an incredible job of highlighting the important women who are often left out of conventional tellings of internet history. I just finished this book and can see their influence everywhere now—not just in the internet as...
The packaging of this Svensk Dröm (or Swedish Dream) Sea Salt Soap is so charming you might opt to decorate with it rather than use it, but if you do open the box you'll enjoy a textured round of soap and an invigorating scrub.
What is it that makes this teddy bear so adorable? Obviously the tiny head, but why is that cute, and not, say, disturbing? I don't know, but with a bear this wonderful, it's a mystery that doesn't need solving.
This salt lamp provides a beautiful dreamlike glow that helps you wind down and drift off to sleep feeling relaxed. I’ve gifted one to practically all of my girlfriends. If I were Oprah, it would definitely be one of my favorite things.
With its silver face and walnut case, this retro-handsome radio seems a stylish relic of the hi-fi 70's. Inside the analog package, however, stirs a digital soul—inputs include internet radio, Spotify, and a Bluetooth® connection.
All the wooden sticks and Styrofoam balls you need to build the classic science project in one box.
When lightning strikes the ground, it can fuse some kinds of sand, clay, or soil into glass. This produces a hollow tube called a fulgurite that can suggest the form of a lightning bolt.
This is a stunningly detailed pop-up book that can morph into a planetarium, an infinite calendar, a message encoder, and more. Super cool.
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