I know, that’s a made up word, but we’re talking about a made up accessory, and it’ll stay a concept unless you pitch in. The Hub and Mini Hub are receptacles with a built-in retraction mechanism so you can store and tidy up your cables with just a press of a button.
Nothing annoys me more than the sight of cables and wires in disarray.
I have a lot of those plastic wires to hold the cables together in a bunch. While these don’t really make things look better, it does make everything more organized and orderly.
Looking for a cool way to keep your coats up off the floor? Then look no further than the Beat coat rack by designer Colin O’Dowd.
Whether you think of it as the pulse of a beating heart, the waveform of your favorite tune, or the trend line for your stock portfolio, it’s definitely a conversation piece on any wall.
Arcade fans, here’s a great way to keep all your Pac-Man hoodies and Space Invaders jackets organized, instead of throwing them on the floor like you usually do.
Surface Tension’s new hangUP arcade coat hooks use real joystick balls and buttons to hang up all of your coats, umbrellas, man purses and any other hangy stuff you have hanging around.
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.
You read that right. This one’s only for those who have the funds and the passion for gaming. Aptly-named Game Collector, this Windows-only database software is packed with a ton of features that can make managing your video game collection a snap.
Who says your mouse pad has to just help your mouse move smoothly across your desktop? These clever paper mouse pads help you keep track of everything from your daily to-do list to making note of your many moods.
If your household is anything like mine, you probably have scads of electronic gizmos which need to be kept charged all the time. But who really wants all those unsightly cords and chargers lying around their countertop?
Designer Gabriel Nigro couldn’t stand the rats’ nest of cables that were strewn about his floor, but didn’t want some industrial-looking cord management system. So he created everyone’s new best friend, Woofy the Cable Dog.
Woofy conceals cables inside his belly to keep all your wires nice and tidy.
This little fella is using every bit of his strength to keep your CD collection in order. The Human CD Holder is a clever design concept, featuring a pint-sized humanoid lifting up a “giant” box of CDs.
If you’ve got a big library of CDs, DVDs or other 5-inch discs, this shmancy storage system can help keep your library organized and looking cool too.
The $489 BlueDot Divita Storage Tower holds up to 100 CDs or DVDs and lets you easily access them by disc name using the built-in 1.8″ LCD screen and numeric