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March 23 2012
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Sent from the Studio (23.03.12)

Lots of lovely links for you to enjoy today. Looks like the PDD studio was seriously inspired this week!

Image credit: Tweed knit by AnnaKika

From: James S.

Subject: How The Kindle stomped Sony, or, why good solutions beat great products

From: Heather MQ.

Subject: Using obscure features to solve engineering problems

From: David R.

Subject: Goodbye phone covers!

From: Milly R.

Subject: Why parents should educate their kids about tech

From: Julian S.

Subject: Who says tweed is boring – check this out!

From: Heather MQ.
Subject:
 Retro design is crippling innovation

From: Milly R.
Subject:
 Something for your home 3D printer: Universal construction kit

From: Milly R.
Subject:
 To all you Arduino heads out there… internet of things camera

From: James S.
Subject:
 Song Dong: Waste Not at the Barbican

From: James S.

Subject: Amazon to open physical store in Seattle

From: Milly R.
Subject:
 Digital disposable camera creates an interesting social experience

From: James S.

Subject: UK is the ‘most internet-based major economy’

From: Susie Q.

Subject: Social media breaks down barriers for shoppers

From: Milly R.

Subject: Pocket-sized drawing CNC bot

Response from: Andrew L.
Subject:
 Cool. It reminds me of this

From: Heather MQ.
Subject:
 Sleek futuristic solar car could power your home

#SFTS tweet us, @pddinnovation, with your favourite links of the week!

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Languages spoken: Global.
The last thing that inspired me: Design and Innovation.
My dream project: A project that makes a difference in the world.
My obsession: Develop successful, award-winning and world-first products and experiences.

Image credit Image credit: Tweed knit by AnnaKika

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