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Shiny Shiny
Pretty professional on gadgets. Everything you might think of, and then some.

Prylfeber
Fun Swedish blog on gadgets. Run by the same owner as Bilfeber and Macfeber.

Akihabara News
The latest from Japan.

Flashlight Reviews
It's what it says. Nothing more. Nothing less. You have probably never seen such a collection of flashlight reviews.

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Japundit
Life in Japan. Interesting and a bit weird. And fun. Don't miss the "engrish" entries.

Boing Boing
Needs little introduction. Mother of all blogs. Eclectic and always interesting. Has a way to make you read about things you're not a bit interested in.

Macpro
Swedish blog with lots of useful news for the macisti.

Josh Rubin's Cool Hunting
Nice designer blog, New York style.

Tech Digest
British technology site. Lots of tech news.

Kevin Kelly's Cool Tools
KKCT is one of our all time favourites and one of the inspirations for Smart Stuff. Beware of the archives - you can get lost for hours.

Slashdot
Possibly the biggest traffic booster of all, except maybe newcomer Digg. If you get mentioned here your servers are almost guaranteed to smoke for a while.

Red Ferret
Tech news for all over.

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Treehugger
Green blog. Good place to find smart energy- or eco-saving stuff and ideas.

Technorati
Keeps track of who links to who, and figures out a kind of ranking from it. Lets you see who has linked to you.

I Am Bored
Funny and sometimes weird collection with a very broad spectrum. Almost always guarantees a fun hour in front of the screen, if you're not careful.

Nyligen
Dear "Nyligen" is Sweden's answer to the blog registration sites. The only one that seems to keep some sort of order.

Bra citat
One of our other site besides Smart Stuff. Gives you a good, thought provoking quote every day. Read it on the site or take a free e-mail subscription to the daily quote. Version 2.0 has more than 3,000 quotes.

Book of Joe
An American gass passer passes the off hours blogging on nothing in particular, but is almost always interesting. Every once in a while there's an explaination to something in the med world.

Everything and Nothing
Missisippi girl on life and everything else. We found it by chance when we were looking for blogs on hurricane Katrina. Check out the tee-shirt designs! We are honored to have been made Honoray Missisippians.

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SUF Showroom
The Swedish Inventors' Ass'n page where inventors can post their new stuff. You can find stuff here that aren't even in stores yet.

Digg
Competitor and maybe future nemesis of Slashdot. Collects interesting stories and lets members rank by "digging".

Crate & Barrel
American home store. A bit like Habitat.

CB2
Crate & Barrel's kid sister. A little cheaper, and somtimes a little more fun, too.

Brookstone
Like the Sharper Image, below, Brookstone is like Teknikmagasinet on steroids. We know nothing about how Teknikmagasinet started, but maybe this is where they were inspired.

Sharper Image
See Brookstone above.

Organize Everything
Considering the volume of organizing gadgetry (boxes, collectors, shelves, etc) in the US, you might think Americans must be the most disorganized people in the world. The truth is they're not, but they do in general have a lot of gadgets, and so they need other gadgets to keep the first gadgets organized.

Bed, Bath & Beyond
Like Hemtex, Duka and Cervera rolled up into one, with a couple of ounces of Werner & Werner, a pinch of Ikea and a teenzy weenzy bit of Överskottsbolaget.

Muji
Muji is the original to the Granit and Lagerhaus copies. Muji has also been a favourite even since we discovered it the first time in London. In the eighties, we think. No-one were happier than we were when the Åhlens dapartment store opened a Muji store.

Apple
iMac, eMac, AirPort, PowerBook, iBook, iPod... You just have to surrender to the style. And remember that Microsoft copied Apple's UI to build Windows. And Apple's Widgets to build Gadgets just recently.

Theofils
Hardware store for proffessional user, recently opened also for us amateurs.

Clas Ohlson
Favourite. The shop that is. Not the site, which could need a lot of TLC...

Sur la Table
American chain of kitchen stores (like Werner & Werner, only better) that sometimes arranges cooking classes with well known chefs. It was in SLT in San Fransisco we found the Messermeister peeler that became our first post on the site in January 2005.

Staples
Giant American office supplies' store chain. Sponsors of "Staples Center" in Los Angeles.

Cabelas
Like Naturkompaniet, only bigger.

Ikea
What can we say? You get it.

Design Within Reach
Pretty, fun and sometimes even affordable design stuff.

SeymorPowell
Remember the two cool British industrial designers who solved problems on TV? This is them. And we still cannot understand why the remote controlled house locking system (like the one in your car) never got to market.

Segway
The unbelievable pepole transport. If you have not seen this contraption IRL, it is very hard to believe.

Propeller Island City Lodge
Crazy Berlin hotel. A must-stay when we are in Berlin next.

Seat Guru
Want a good seat on the plane? Want to sit where you can see the movies? Or have room for your legs? Check with Seat Guru before you buy your ticket.

Eva Solo
Our favourite among kitchen stuff, along with Normann. Their stuff is not only beautiful; they also have a valid thought behind the looks.

Apartment Therapy
Lots of home decoration (and improvement) for when you're getting down to restore that fixer-upper.

Formens Hus (House of Design)
Sweden's (and maybe Europ's) biggest design show in tiny Hällefors. Among the displays are Torbjörn Lenskog's huge collection of contemporary design objects, never before displayed in it's entirety. Also has two stunning fifties apartments with all the stuff that was there during the mid fifties in Sweden. Worth a visit for most people. Worth a trip if you're interested in design. Stay the night in fab Grythyttans Gästgifveri or Loka Brunn and satisfy your culinary appetites at the same time.

Excel
Nice design stuff.

The Human Clock
Improbable site shows the current time using pictures of people from all over the world. Accepted submissions last we checked.

Fireorb
Coolest fireplace. On the planet. Ever.



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