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Springtime Meets the Couch of Death

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It has come to my attention that I am now allergic to our couch. This is not wholly unexpected. Spring is in the air, which means if you look at me wrong, I sneeze. With pollens already irritating my sensitivities, it doesn’t take much for anything else to send me over the edge into a reaction — in this case, a couch I purchased for fifty bucks from my ex-boyfriend’s ex-roommate’s ex-girlfriend (really) twelve years ago when she moved to another apartment and didn’t want to take it with her. In addition to a fold-out bed so treacherous it could mangle the strongest back, it houses an assortment of writing implements, several handfuls of change, and enough fur to make a full-grown cat.

Adding another allergen to my repertoire was not one of my goals for this year, no matter how worthy the specimen may be. To be honest, I’m still trying to get used to having allergies in the first place. Thanks to good luck in the lottery we call genetics, penicillin, strawberries, bees, and even poison ivy have never given me so much as a rash, sneeze, cough, or itch.

And then by chance I moved to the desert — the climate that physicians in Ohio (where I grew up) recommended for those sensitive to pollens and the like. Now I gleefully spend every spring sneezing. Which is where the couch comes in (again). When springtime rolls around, and the pollens are at their worst, something in or on the couch, knowing that I am temporarily weak, joins in and gives me hives. Since my husband’s not moving back east, and I won’t move without him, the couch has to be the one to go, because I can handle spring in the desert or I can handle ancient upholstery, but it turns out that I can’t handle both.

This is not a decision to be made lightly, however. I’ve had my sofa over a third of my life — longer than I’ve owned any item of clothing, three times longer than my husband and I have been married, and twenty-four times longer than I’ve had my car. Shabbiness and reaction-inducing upholstery aside, there are some serious attachment issues here. Which means I must a) learn to hate the thing so much I must be rid of it or b) find a replacement I like even better. Since the latter has turned out to be nigh unto impossible, it looks like I’m fully relying on choice number one. Once the Couch of Death (See? I’m trying.) is properly vilified in my mind, maybe it will be easier to send it to the great furniture warehouse in the sky and invite a younger, prettier model into our family room. I’ll even try not to feel too guilty about it, but I’m making no guarantees.

Couch of Death + Minion
Closeup: Couch of Death + Minion (for scale)
Click on photo for enlarged villainy. It’s probably worth it.

Pittsburgh Custom Woodworks

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So, I wrote about my buddy Adam Kampmeyer and his shop, Pittsburgh Custom Woodworks, a long time ago. But that was prior to my having a couple nice pics of his work to show off. Adam makes absolutely gorgeous custom furniture, and he’s now working with clients to design new pieces for their homes. If I didn’t spend all this time blogging and doing other less-than-productive things, I would buy a coffee table off him. Until then, you should contact Adam at PCW at 724-622-1554 and buy something pretty…and tell him to give Joe a coffee table…

Table and Bench from Pittsburgh Custom Woodworks

Pittsburgh Custom Woodworks Entertainment Center

I’ve changed the setup of my desk at ho …

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I’ve changed the setup of my desk at home to see if it will make me more productive. I bought two Ikea trestles a while back, and ever since I bought them I kept them at their lowest height setting. I have now put them on their highest height setting.

I adjusted the height of my table so that I have a better posture when doing my deconstruction. I’ve also moved my laptop so that it is no longer the focus of my room. I’m hoping this will mean I spend more of my time creating things rather than passively surfing the web or grinding on World of Warcraft.

I’m going to buy a height-adjustable stool so that can sit comfortable at my newly height-adjusted desk.

Design/make on demand

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I just learned of San Francisco startup Ponoko via TechCrunch. I’m still trying to understand the details, but the concept rocks.

From what I can tell so far this is the premise. Upload your design for a product and Ponoko, which has a factory in San Francisco, will make it for you. You can sell your blueprints for other people to make and can also use the website to market your designs, which Ponoko will build and ship to you to ship to the purchaser — at least that’s how I’ve understood the process up to this point. The home page of their website shows links that direct to Your own personal factory (“How to make”) or and an Online showroom (“How to sell”).

They claim the process of on demand creation will cut down on the waste of overproduction, and also grants the desires of shoppers who may not find exactly what they are after in the isles of big box retailers, lined with mass produced products. A service definitely worth checking out. I might try it out and see if I can’t successful plug my table design which I referred to earlier this week.


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