Your Daily Link Fix: Bjork Heads to Brooklyn; A Kid-Friendly 3D Printer

June 16, 2014
  • A Kid-Friendly 3D Printer?: Engadget showcases a printer that is easy enough for a kid to use… or let’s be honest, it’s easy enough for us to use.
  • Is Jamaica, Queens Back in the Rezone?: Jamaica, Queens has one of the highest foreclosure rates in the city. The Wall Street Journal wonders if the recently revived rezoning projects is enough to bring the neighborhood back.
  • Bjork Heads to Brooklyn: A Matthew Barney just purchased a dilapidated townhouse in Fort Greene for $1.99 million. The New York Observer asks, is it THE Matthew Barney and Bjork?
  • A Pen That Can Write in Any Color: Remember those color-picker pens you just loved as a child? Well this is that times 4 million. Architizer shows off the new Scribble pen that has 16 million color possibilities.
  • Seven Swimming Spots Near the City: The days of high heat and humidity are closing in on us and some of us have a crippling fear of sharks. (Not that we know that from experience or anything.) The Gothamist has seven swimming holes that are calmer than the Atlantic – and hopefully further from Jaws.
  • Satellites Cleared to take Photos at Mailbox Level: Satellites are now allowed to photograph items as small as a foot. Gizmodo explains why this is a good thing.

Images: Bjork (left), Kid-friendly 3D printer (right)

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