One Pratt student, Ali Pulver, has tackled a problem so many urbanites face—where, on a busy city block, can you eat a street food lunch?—and devoted her graduate thesis to it. Midtown Lunch reports that she's come up with a "Hydrantable" (pictured left), a tabletop that fits over any fire hydrant, and a "Lunch Shelf" (pictured right), with super-strong magnets to attach to any metal post. Consider your juggling problems solved.
(We won't vouch for the legality of either of these. But great ideas, no?)
Follow her work at PopUpLunch.com.