Summer is (almost) here, and that means more outdoor things to do and less time to search the web for all the important stuff. Not to worry, we’ve got you covered.  This week in the DesignCrave roundup we bring you packaging fit for a queen, tips on keeping the cloud organized, a design contest you should probably enter and more.

The Dieline has images of the John Walker “Diamond Jubilee” decanter containing a blend of rare malt and grain Scotch whiskies distilled in 1952, coinciding with Queen Elizabeth’s coronation.  The 6 legs of the Baccarat crystal decanter represent each decade of her majesty’s rule. The bottle casing is decorated with sterling silver along with a half carat diamond, the royal coat of arms, and John Walker & Sons monogram. The 60 editions of Diamond Jubilee by John Walker & Sons will be released by John Walker & Sons for sale at £100,000.

While Facebook and Twitter may rule the roost when it comes to total users, a few surprising names pop up when you look at the equally important statistics relating to user engagement. Over at The Next Web, they break down social media sites in terms of engagement, and highlight other lesser known, but surprisingly strong players like Tagged and MeetMe.

What exactly is going on in that Viagra commercial? Cracked.com gets to the bottom of this and pokes fun at bunch of other things in their newest feature called Quick Fix.

Looking to get your act together as far as computing goes? Soshable offers five smart ways to stay organized while using the Cloud.

Did you design a brilliant, life-changing device? Did your firm create an inspiring tool for tomorrow? Enter Fast Co. Design’s inaugural Innovation By Design Awards, honoring the year’s best designs. Finalists will be featured in Fast Company’s October 2012 issue. Interested? Check out the benefits and rules over at FastCoDesign.com.