Randomness of the day...

The Microflat, a potential solution to overcrowding in urban areas. It’s an IKEA-esque vresion of Japan’s tiny cubicle apartments, designed to be owned by young professionals or middle-income types who would otherwise by throwing money into rent year after year. Whether anyone can live for long in a 345 sq. ft. “home” is questionable, but if it puts you downtown for less than the cost of a replacement kidney, who’s complaining?

How to create a monster in eight easy steps.

That’s right, folks. Want to defeat communism? Send in the boy bands.

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