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Hacking for good

The good folks at Zen Internet, TYF's ISP, produce an excellent monthly newsletter of techy things that are understable and useful for non-techy people. It's why I enjoy them.

This month, one of their micro stories was on a micro business, Sugru, which has popped out of a design project in London - creating a new multi-purpose, permanent version of Blu Tak - much more useful for fixing stove handles, knives and the like.

Sugru have sold of their first batch already, and will, I am sure be making more soon. Click through here to get your name on their £7 sale list...

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March 8, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterNobleJUANA

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