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There are all kinds of opinions about how to treat dead bodies. Plenty of people are buried, but others are in coffins that hang from cliff faces, some still make it to family dinner, and some don’t even stay on Earth. And Vinyly has an entirely different way of doing things. The company will take the cremated remains of any of your loved ones and press them into vinyl records. And not just things that look like vinyl records. Part of the process is providing And Vinyly with up to 24 minutes of audio to be written into the vinyl. It could be voice recordings, favorite songs, original compositions, or any other sound you’d like to be associated with for as long as the records exist. But if you’re still sentimentally attached to the traditional burial, don’t worry, they’ll use individual body parts. You can send a leg off to them and have the rest of you dropped in the family plot. That’s the best of at least three different worlds.

Survivor – IFTO

You just snagged a brand-new iPhone 13 with all the fancy cameras, wide-range shooting options, and huge storage options that make that phone the best on the market. How is it protected? If we were you, we’d wrap that precious piece of tech in one Survivor’s stellar phone cases.  Built from recycled materials, these cases are eco-friendly, while making sure drops, scratches and screen-cracks are things you never even think about. No phone case is bulletproof but, we’re willing to bet these sustainable Survivor cases will protect your phone from everything but an actual bullet.