Bikes can be a fine way to travel shortish distances—except when you’re hauling a lot of stuff. Take it from someone who doesn’t leave the house without a bag the size of a large carry-on. Yves Béhar’s Fuseproject to the rescue: Its new Local bike comes with enough cargo space to haul a dog, a picnic, and a large umbrella to the beach—while retaining the manageable dimensions of a standard two-wheeler.
There's plenty of reason to hate cable companies, not least of which is the hideous, wonky, slow UIs they foist upon us through our cable boxes. Think about: slow scrolling, undifferentiated lists of information that you have to scroll through for 10 minutes, constantly hitting a button on a crappy, confusing remote control, just to find a Law & Order rerun. Did we mention we don't like them?