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Email Scan: A Nifty Gadget For Your Laptop And Designer Dorothy Lee's Fall Line

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We scan the inbox so you don't have to. Today, two items of note:

FROM: Best Bets Daily
SUBJECT: The Hub
MESSAGE: An artsy-looking gadget that'll manage all those wires to make your desk look less cluttered.

FROM: DailyCandy
SUBJECT: Dorothy Lee
MESSAGE: The designer's most recent collection, full of "polished, manicured constructions," is now available at Wink (1050 Lexington Ave between 74th and 75th Sts, 212-249-2033) and at Bio (29 Prince St between Mott and Elizabeth Sts, 212-334-3006).

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FROM: Thrillist
SUBJECT: Ugly Outfits NYC
MESSAGE: A website full of photos of New Yorkers in ugly outfits. 'Nuff said.

FROM: UrbanBaby Daily
SUBJECT: BabyFace Place
MESSAGE: An artist who'll paint your baby's portrait.

FROM: his&hers dailies
SUBJECT: Suenos (311 W 17th St, 212-243-1333) and Rocking Horse Cafe (182 Eighth Ave, 212-463-9511)
MESSAGE: A night out gameplan (i.e. dinner and drinks).

FROM: RareDaily
SUBJECT: A guide to dining at Wakiya
MESSAGE: Recommended dishes and drinks: bang bang chicken, the champagne mint cocktail, the Shanghai soup dumplings, the lobster fiery pepper hunt, the soft-shell crab with golden sand, the grilled Washu steak with black pepper sauce, the Peking duck, and the affogato.

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