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Solo Stove Pi Pizza Oven

Solo Stove are makers of some of the best fire pits on the market, but for their latest release they have applied their expertise to a portable pizza oven that can produce restaurant-quality pies from just about anywhere on the planet. The cylindrical stainless steel Pi Pizza Oven is powered with either propane or wood, and it uses the same smoke-free engineering that has made their camp stoves and fire pits wildly popular. Ceramic insulation keeps the heat inside and ensures that a 12-in perfectly crispy pizza cooks in as few as two minutes. source



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ACPAD

ACPAD is a revolutionary device that puts an electronic orchestra on your acoustic guitar!  The wireless MIDI controller is simply placed on the guitar’s surface, letting you play hundreds of instruments, samples, effects and loops, right where you want them: on your guitar. The thin polymer pad sticks to the guitar’s surface and contains eight touch pads with gold-plated contacts in order to offer accurate pressure sensitivity, 10 preset buttons, two loope...
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DAVE GROHL THE STORYTELLER

Dave Grohl, the Foo Fighters front-man, and the former drummer for Nirvana, is one of the greatest modern rockstars, and is now sharing his musical journey in the new autobiographical book The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music. In the gripping book Grohl writes of the eclectic mix of musical introductions he experienced as a youngster, and shares his memories of the wild times, from hitting the road with Scream at 18 years old, to his time in Nirvana ...
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The Man Who Made Things Out of Trees

The Man Who Made Things Out of Trees is a tale of craftsmanship for nature lovers, and about the joy of making things in wood. The fascinating read tells the story of how one individual (Rob Penn) cut down a single ash tree to see how many things could be crafted from it. In the book, Rob talks about the therapeutic value of working with wood, the joy of making things in wood, of its touch and smell, its many uses, and the resonant, calming effect of running our han...
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