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  • Issue v1.7 – Want: Gadgets

    The Rationalizer Ever wish you could employ a little devil to sit on your shoulder and let you know when you need to just chill the eff out? There’s a gadget for that. Enter The Rationalizer, one that snaps onto your wrist and uses a “galvanic skin response” to detect ...

  • Issue v1.7 – Want: Apps

    Serenity Use Serenity to conduct a soaring symphony in your brain – you’ll arrive at a more relaxed state in no time. At $1.99, the app boasts an incredible list of ‘destination’ soundtracks: a sound bath, waterfall or soothing sleep aids, all with the intention to make ...

  • Issue v1.7 – Want: Books

    Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind Whether you’re an active yogi looking to increase your mental capacity for relaxation, or purely just interested in the benefits Zen relaxation can offer, Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind, is one of our top picks. A remake of an originally-published manuscript, ...

  • Issue v1.7 – WANT: Movies

    Eat, Pray, Love Julia Roberts acting chops showcase the actress in fine form with Eat, Pray, Love. A broken relationship (with James Franco’s character) leaves her character, Liz Gilbert, equally (heart)broken, dissatisfied and at a loss for any semblance of a plan, either in ...

  • Meet Melon: The quantified self headband to help calm your brain and get you focused again

    We've all been pulled in different directions, whether it's work, running errands, keeping up with friends, or anything else. For some, trying to maintain an iota of productivity can be extremely difficult with our brains constantly trying to contemplate doing a dozen things all at ...

  • Aaaaand relax: 10 apps to help you de-stress

    There are apps to see you safely through the hustle and bustle or urban jungles, apps to get you pumped and, indeed, apps for just about anything. But what about apps to help you relax? It almost seems like an oxymoron - surely fiddling with your phone and subjecting your eyes ...

  • Relaxation in the Age of Beautiful Noise

    They took away our phones, man. My colleague Ken Yeung and I were attending a pre-screening of the just-released Disney movie ‘The Lone Ranger,’ and the staff were fanatical about it not being recorded. Phones were collected, tagged, and their owner given a small ticket. Your ...

  • Issue v1.7 - Startups to follow

    Beta List helps you discover and get early access to the latest internet startups. Whether you want to keep an eye on the competition, reserve your username or simply like to try out the latest technology Beta List has got you covered. Below you'll find a selection of this month's ...

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