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Lizard made from Soda and Bottle Caps!

Lizard made from Soda and Bottle Caps!

Check out this cool lizard, all made from soda and bottle caps.

What’s interesting is the artist behind this Lizard, Val Hunt makes all kinds of neat things with recycled material (crap).  We need more artists like this who can turn something trash into work of art.

Great stuff Val, keep ’em coming.

Reincarnated Rubbish is Val Hunt’s touring solo exhibition. Despite her use of manufactured materials fro

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iPod Touch 2G Hands On over at Engadget!

Well, it seems like the iPod Touch 2G is officially ready for the masses.

The main difference between iPod Touch 1G and 2G is that the 2G version is much more thinner with a glossier finish while holding much larger data storage of 32GB or 64GB.

I would buy the new version for the extra storage space but don’t know if anything else has really changed enough to be better.

The WiFi antenna looks much better integrated, the speaker doesn’t sound like complete trash despite not even having a

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EcoJohn – Eco Toilet Incinerates your Poop!

This has to be the coolest eco-frienldy device for taking a dump.  It’s an Eco Toilet that works by incinerating your poop to white powder.  Even better, the incinerated poop can be used for adding nutrition to your plants.

With the Eco Toilet in the works, we will no longer need long septic pipes to our houses, just one little toilet that does the job for you.

Of course, I have not tested this unit.  The only thing I am afraid of is the fact that it’s going to smell somew

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DIY – How to Make a Flagman Table!

Here’s a creative way to make a flagman table.  You can probably find one of these signs at a junkyard or steal one from under-construction streets.  (Just don’t blame us if you get caught for stealing)

Most of my work is with “trash”, and in the spirit of freegans and readymakers everywhere, I try to spend as little money as possible. In addition to saving me some trouble, saving money is often a simple way to save the environment — use less crap. The peeling paint and dings in the sign become an integral part of th

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