Phone cases are becoming quirkier and quirkier. This isn’t the first time that we’ve seen a pepper spray incorporated into the case (remember this one?). However, I think this different and newer variant called the Spraytect works and looks better.
Birds need their carbs and fats, too, right? It’s a good thing they can get their fill by ‘flying thru’ these Burger King ‘Fly Thru’ bird feeders. They look so well-made that you’d think the Burger King himself was behind them, but these were actually made by Brian Wolter.
This Teddy Bear USB Drive is as cute and adorable as flash drives can get. Heck, they’re so fluffy and doe-eyed that kids would mistake them for toys and grab them from your desk.
When they do, I suggest that you get the USB back though because aside from possibly containing your confidential data, it also has the potential to break their hearts and scar them forever.
Turn the lights out and light your candles. It’s Halloween in a matter of days and we all know that dark houses set the mood for a creepier atmosphere.
And what better candle could you possibly get for this ghoulish time of the year than this Bleeding Skull Candle from ThinkGeek?
I love getting mail. Not the electronic kind, but the old-fashioned postal and physical kind of mail. Sure, it might take longer to arrive, but compare the feeling you get when you receive an actual postcard in the mail versus an e-card in your inbox.
I’ve always had a fascination with bridges ever since I was a kid, all thanks to the rhyme that went ‘London bridge is falling down…’ Now that I think of it, it’s a sad rhyme and what does it have to do with the fair lady?
When I was a kid, I always found waterfalls mesmerizing. There’s just something about the massiveness of the whole thing that my kid brain just couldn’t fully process. Mesh that concept with a swing set and you’ve got yourself the object of many people’s childhood fantasies.
Here’s one of the perks of being a girl: easier-to-make Halloween costumes. That’s because if you forgot to rent a costume or put one together, all you have to do is put on something skimpy and form-fitting and call yourself the Slutty-something.
In an attempt to get more people back into science and encourage them to pay a visit to Vancouver’s Science World, the museum put out a series of billboards that present random and interesting factoids to passersby in an extremely creative manner.
I grew up reading a whole lot of Dr. Seuss. I also happen to be a huge Star Wars fan. So you can understand my excitement when I saw three limited-edition prints by former Disney animator and character artist Jason Peltz that combined these two together in the most seamless way possible.
Different pencil sharpeners result in differently-shaped and textured pencil shavings. For example, the ones that come with a handle churn out thin, coil-like shavings (which I packed into tiny bags and used as instant noodle props for my Barbie dolls when I was a kid.)
The name ‘Darth Vader’ doesn’t exactly conjure up images of sunshine and butterflies. Neither does ‘Boba Fett’. They’re two of the most sinister villains from Star Wars and there’s really not much to like about them, given that they’re the bad guys and all.
Apple might boast that the iPhone’s screen makes watching movies a pleasure, but I wouldn’t consider watching a movie on such a tiny screen pleasurable.
But if you can’t shell out a couple of hundred bucks just yet for an iPad (or a new TV), then the Mini Cinema for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S might just be right up your alley.