Mini will eat sandwiches . . . if we cut them in interesting shapes. I think these Star Wars sandwich cutters might be worth a try.
Another entry for the geek home furnishings line: 8-bit bookends by Meninos. (Via Holy Cool.)
The latest addition to the ever-expanding collection of social media themed jewelry is Tweet-Rings, a company that will engrave your favorite tweet on a ring so that you always have it close at hand. Oh, so many from which to choose . . . but I’d have to say that the one where I’m scolded […]
A few years ago, I featured the Peekaboo Barn App for the iPhone, which is a beautifully illustrated app for preschoolers that teaches them the names of barn animals in English and Spanish. Now there is a sequel from the same development team at Night and Day Studios called Peekaboo Forest, which features the illustrations […]
Here’s a geek/hipster dream office product: the iRetrophone! It has a working handset and syncs and charges while it’s in the handset. Not bad.
The Power Curl is an ingenious little invention to deal with the annoyance that is the two piece Mac power cord: basically it makes it easy and space-saving to pack and unravel your power cords, without having to unravel them, and without having to use up all of the space in your Grid-It in order […]
I’m totally not into wearing t-shirts with any kind of graphics on them. But maybe I should make an exception for this one? BlogHer 2011, anyone?
These photo prints are from Marcos Minuchin’s series of photographs depicting The Secret Life of Toys. These and many others are available in limited edition from his Etsy store. 1. Son of Man 2. Fly Me To The Moon 3. Java for Jawa 4. I’m Your Father
The Power Icon Necklace is not likely to land you a spot in the Forbes 100, but it might just get you a date to the Blog World Expo Prom.
The 8-Bit Oven Mitt will remind you of those wonderful years when you had to constantly switch floppy disks to finish your game on the Macintosh first edition. Ahh. Middle school. I remember it well.