Strolling through NOTCOT today, I found a ping-pong dining table.
That’s just perfect. It looks like the centerpiece swivels to become the net. I hope it’s on some sort of pivot. Dad, are you seeing this? Please make me one as soon as you can.
“Good match. Your turn to do the dishes.”
So a few weeks ago, my buddies and I launched our “real” site for our semi-real side project, Hustlewood. A couple years ago, we were sitting around, two of us boozing (one is allergic) and all talking about how to build a web community around cycling. That didn’t pan out, but in the meantime, we decided to do what we do best: create things that sell stuff, and get paid for it. So we started this little thing called Hustlewood, and just like the cobbler’s children, we were walking around without digital boots.
It was on NOTCOT, too, which makes us feel pretty damn cool. Which, as you might have guessed, makes me smile.
Found this on notcot the other day: a private library/studio by an architect called Andrew Berman. You enter from the door at the back, and a storage area is provided at the ground level. But the workspace, looking out to the trees, is what’s really incredible. If you can’t work here, you can’t work anywhere. Though I find my best stuff happens in a loud bar. The copper exterior will eventually turn green, blending in with the trees.
Oh and if you don’t use notcot, you should.