I saw this on BookOfJoe and thought it could be fun to exercise some literary talent while waiting for my bagel to thaw out in the micro. This could be a fun thing for the office fridge too. As we run to the magical mystical appliance this weekend looking for gobble left overs, why not […]
Although you would be hard pressed to find it on their site, the Ozaki iPod bicycle mount could be a nice addition to help make your commute on Ride Your Bike to Work Day enjoyable. It’s a bit pricey ($50) but for those who live by the iPod it appears to be a solid holder
You’ve probably seen those cloth neck coolers for bipeds and I bought one for my dog last year but of course it would not stay on: you have to tie it like a scarf and with one swoop of his paw my dog could strip if off faster than the Gentle Leader. The people variety
I actually saw one of these in action at my company and thought I’d share with others who are trapped in a cube farm just like in a bad Dilbert strip. It reminded me of a Shoji screen presented on all the chic home-improvement shows, but a Modular Privacy Wall is meant for The Office.
My parenting or kid-monitoring skills are simplistic: just shut ’em up if there is little or no work on my part. These crust cutters (this one available from Amazon, $7) is the type of gadget that fulfills that philosophy. For anyone who just doesn’t want to deal with crust (pie crust not included, of course),
This looks kind of cool for us sedentary office nerds whose only social interaction is on a company-sponsored softball team that is run by the jocks of the company and only allow nerds to play catcher or left field or some other innocuous invisible position and . . . oops, sorry TMI. Anyway, the GloveRadar
From the land down under (OK, now I’ll be thinking of that song all day…) comes the Kogan Agora Internet TV Portal” which promotes the invention I dreamed up (OK wished for in an inebriated state) ten years ago: Easy Internet connection to your television. “Yah, I can do that with my WII”; or “Yah
I’ve been on the prowl for an inexpensive MP3 player headset and didn’t realize how hard it actually is to find one. One that I found and looked promising: the Wesent-860 headphones offered by Brando. These gadgets allow you to listen to your audio files without getting tangled in cords, which is great for walking
Got a dark cabinet or kitchen sink counter? Me too. Maybe trying to catch a mouse scrounging around at 3AM? Me too. Wish that you had a light for your scary closet that would work like your refrigerator light and are too much of a total klutz to wire up a real light? Me too.
You’re probably in the same boat, or cube anyway, when it comes to keyboards. I’ve tried a variety and thought the Arctic K381 which claims to be “perfect for comfortable typing” and allows “continuous typing without fatigue” was worth a try. The keyboard comes from a company called Arctic Cooling so at first I thought
This is actually a hummingbird feeder. I thought it was neat because it doesn’t look like the standard plastic-y looking run-of-the-mill feeder. It’s a little late in the season where I am to expect many visitors, but I found it at WallyWorld for about $12, but I also see it on the HomeDepot site and
I’m just the messenger here. I don’t have an iPhone (GASP!) but if I were in the market I would take a double take at this dual SIM card adapter (seen on SlipperyBrick), especially given the posts I’ve seen that describe adapting a SIM card for the iPhone via a pair of scissors. Anyway, we
Yeah, yeah, I hate raking leaves too. Actually raking is not the hard part. Transferring them to trash bags is probably the worst aspect. This rake from the ImprovementsCatalog ($40) looks interesting. Just like a pooh-scooper (but without the grossness) this rake swoops and scoops. I’ve tried snow shovels, cardboard boxes, bear claws (which really
This is a product I hope to never have to review, but for anyone with mobility issues, it does look like a better way to help you get around. Plus it comes in hot pink, how bad could it be? This is the SmartCrutch, an ergonomic crutch with a multitude of adjustable settings (perfect for
For the third time in a month, my dog has been attacked by other dogs (unleashed) while out on our walks. I started carrying a pepper sprayer after the second incident but this last time I could not get it whipped out fast enough, determine where the nozzle was, and could not fumble for the