The BBC series Doctor Who has been around for decades. The show’s producers have a cool way to keep the series going as different docs die off and regenerate. One thing that has remained pretty much the same over all these years is the TARDIS.
If you take your board games with you often to game night or to your friend’s house, this backpack will help you transport them. The Ultimate Boardgame Backpack is designed and sold by GeekOn. It’s a huge-ass backpack specifically designed for carrying board games – at least the square boxes.
Winter vacation is almost over for kids, and when you send them into the classroom for the new year, you want them to feel confident and happy. I can think of no better way to do this than to give your kid a Jetpack Backpack.
Growing up in my house, we had a system that would let you take over someone else’s body. Our system involved grabbing the wrists of my younger brother and making him smack himself whilst asking “Why are you hitting yourself?”
Two of my favorite fantasies during elementary school (at least the ones that didn’t involve Heather Thomas) occupied much of my time during PE. One was that it would snow right then and save us from the Texas heat, and the other was that the school would burn down leaving us off all year whilst they rebuilt.
It’s back to school shopping season already, even though it seems summer just started. I can’t believe it, but school starts back up in about three weeks in my area. That means it’s time to buy all the clothing, supplies, and other items that kids of all ages need for back to school.
Of all of the consoles I’ve owned over the years, the one I think I was most passionate about was the SEGA Dreamcast. It offered state-of-the-art hardware, groundbreaking graphical capabilities, and most of all an amazing slate of truly special games.
Growing up, my cousin and I were nearly the same exact age so we hung out together a lot. His younger brother was several years younger than us and that meant we often teamed up to torment him in various ways.
These days we carry a ton of gadgets with us everywhere. It can be a real pain trying to keep all of those devices charged up. Conventional charging backpacks aren’t all that useful if you carry things like drills, pliers, and other tools.
When camping, you could always hand wash your clothes, but that is no fun. Neither is wearing stinky clothes. The Scrubba Wash Pack offers a fairly hassle-free way to clean your clothes when you don’t have a washing machine handy.
It’s almost that time of the year – when kids go back to school and parents rejoice because snacks last longer than 24 hours, and kids aren’t telling you they are bored every 23 seconds. While kids don’t want to go back to school, you can soften the blow just a little by giving them a really cool backpack.
Sadly, you can’t carry your 3D printer with you everywhere. Or can you? Ultimaker has come up with a solution that promises to make transporting a 3D printer a little easier: a pair of shoulder straps that turns it into a backpack for $69.
Books have been gradually replaced by tablets, smartphones, e-readers and the like. But just because your backpack is now filled with gadgets instead of paperbacks doesn’t mean you still can’t carry a book to school. That’s exactly what you’ll get with this fun backpack, shaped like an oversize hardcover book.