If you wish your fridge could make you LOL, I’ve got great news: u can haz LOLmagnets! Imagine how witty your icebox could become with all the photos captioned up like those cute little kitties.
Now I love a good LOLcat as much as the next guy, but I’m afraid that this may be going too far.
GUIMagnets are small, flexible magnets with GUI objects on them that you can use for fun or to aid you in your website design.
Ostensibly they can be used to create a “website on a whiteboard” but that bit of copy should probably be changed to “website on a magnet board” because if you’re like me, you just tried sticking a magnet to a whiteboard as a test, and it fell on the floor.
Buy a set (41 magnets) for €20 (about $30) which is a crazy amount of money for magnets, OR buy 5 sets for €90 (about $180) because you have a tree that grows money in your living room, and a lot of refrigerators that need to be embellished.
The iStik is a gadget that uses strong magnets to stick your iPod to your clothing, because everyone knows that in this fast-paced world of ours, clips and armbands are just not cutting it.
The iStik is described as having eight “high tech, Neodynium magnets which create an extreme magnetic attraction.”
This makes me very, very glad that medical science has progressed in our lifetimes. Apparently, back in the 1930’s, doctors thought this giant, 800-lb. magnet would be a good way to remove metal fragments from patients’ eyes.
It’s also quite good for sucking all the metal fillings out of their heads.