More stuff to Crave

We dredged the series of tubes for you!

We dredged the series of tubes for you! Here's some other Craveable stuff that's going on around the Web.

--GREEN TECH: Panasonic Eco-house on display in Tokyo (Treehugger)

--CONSUMERISM: Target and designer Tord Boontje illuminate Union Square (PSFK)**

--END-OF-YEARNESS: CrunchGear's best of 2006 (CrunchGear)

--GAMING: Fake Wii ad more effective than real Wii ads (Best Week Ever)

--SUBCULTURES: Nerd Life For Sale (coin-op)

--NEWS: Fast-Food Self Service Kiosks Coming, Silicon Lifeforms Taking Over World (Gizmodo)

--GAMING: Nintendo family tree T-shirt (Uncrate)

--ONLY IN NEW YORK: At NYC's Blip Festival, teaching old tech new tricks (CNET

** As a side note, I recently had a conversation with CNET TV's Rich DeMuro about how ironic it is that Target's been sponsoring high-profile events all around Manhattan (that David Blaine gyroscope thing, massive advertising at Penn Station, and now this) when there are still no Targets anywhere on the island. Crazy!

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by Drew Stearne