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Tag: Calendar

Real Google Calendar: Life Imitating App Imitating Life

Real Google Calendar: Life Imitating App Imitating Life
The folks at Gigazine spotted this 2010 Google calendar. As in a calendar calendar, made of paper and all. The analog calendar lists events in the same style as the app, and it even has links, buttons and tabs on top.

Jenda Voice Calendar: for the Family That Needs More Nagging

Jenda Voice Calendar: for the Family That Needs More Nagging
Hey there Mom! Does your husband always seem to forget that the floor of your house isn’t his clothes hamper? Do your kids always mistake Coke for milk? Is your uncle senile? The Jenda Voice Calendar can help!

Camera Lens Calendar F. Stops in the Year 2038

Camera Lens Calendar F. Stops in the Year 2038
Photographer Sharad Haksar chiseled this unique camera lens calendar from a single block of aluminum. I love the idea, but at $2000 for a calendar that runs out of years in 2038, I don’t know I could justify the $66+ per year price tag.

Use Calendar Tape to Make Dates Stick

Use Calendar Tape to Make Dates Stick
SUCK UK Calendar Tape by Laboratorium is a cheap and practical way of keeping your schedule together. Use it as a Twitterish diary, an organizer, or yes, a calendar. You can also mark your video games, CDs, DVDs and gadgets with it, so you know when you bought them or when they’re due for maintenance, when to give/sell/throw them away etc.

Bubble Wrap Calendar: Pop, Pop, Pop the Days Away

Bubble Wrap Calendar: Pop, Pop, Pop the Days Away
There’s something just so satisfying about the tactile sensation of popping bubble wrap. Now you can have a legitimate reason to pop bubbles every day, thanks to this fun bubble wrap calendar. Each day of the year lives beneath a burstable bubble layer.

Take One Pop a Day With the Bubble Wrap Calendar

Take One Pop a Day With the Bubble Wrap Calendar
The Bubble Calendar is made of poppable bubble wrap so that you can mark time with one pop per day. The handmade calendars come in vertical or horizontal styles and cost $29.95 for paper backing, or $49.95 for clear acetate backing.

Multibook: Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover

Multibook: Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover
This nifty gadget from Italy’s Rotaliana combines a bunch of useful capabilities in one convenient box. The Multibook offers a lamp, clock and a handy organizer for your electronic chargers, all under the same hood. Until you turn on the Multibook, it looks a lot like an ordinary book.

See-Through LCD Clock Lets Your True Colors Shine Through

See-Through LCD Clock Lets Your True Colors Shine Through
If you’re looking for a timepiece for your desktop, look no further than this hip modern clock from CB2. I really like the see-through LCD display and brushed metal frame which let it seamlessly blend into pretty much any environment.

The Real Planetary Clock

The Real Planetary Clock
A while back, I told you about a little solar system clock from Japan. It didn’t accurately represent the positions of the planets or anything but the time of day (and I’m not even sure it did that right).

Lexon Status Wall Clock: Information Overload?

Lexon Status Wall Clock: Information Overload?
This clock kind of reminds me of watching those information screens on Bloomberg TV. LEXON’s Status digital wall alarm clock lets you check the time, date, day and weather forecast all at a quick glance. By combining all of these features onto a single large LCD screen, the Status clock gives you a heads-up display of all this information at once.

Thix Te Dual LCD Watch: Fills My Eyes With That Double Vision

Thix Te Dual LCD Watch: Fills My Eyes With That Double Vision
These digital watches from THix feature a unique dual time display that uses two separate LCD screens to tell the time and date. The THix RE series can display separate time zones on either display, or can also show the time on one, and the day and date on the other.

Shredder Disposes of Days Gone by

Shredder Disposes of Days Gone by
Designer Susanna Hertrich created this unique calendar that gradually rids itself of the previous day by shredding them into oblivion. The Chrono_Shredder combines a calendar, clock and shredder into a single device that gradually scrolls through the days, eating them away with the shredder.