Cell phones are great, but they aren’t always cheap – especially after you get wrangled into a service contract. If you want all of the basic functions of a phone, but don’t want phone manufacturers to get your money, just make one yourself.
Every year, hundreds of thousands of kids go missing. Some are eventually found, while others are never seen or heard from again. Missing kids posters and notices on milk cartons help, but there’s another means to get the word out and it’s got a wider reach because it can get the word out to people all over the globe: Missing Kids stamps.
Watching TV can have its dull moments. At least when you are channel surfing. And if you are channel surfing, you are probably lonely. Wiebelbot can help. This small USB powered robot wobbles every time you switch a channel, keeping you company and keeping you entertained while you try and find something to watch.
A baby girl named Hashtag. A fox that can answer calls and send text messages. And now birds that tweet? Now I’ve seen everything.
Of course, these birds were only able to do so with the help of humans.
Remember the Book Scarves? Well, now you can do more than just wear your favorite story around your neck.
If this campaign on Kickstarter gets, well, kick-started, you might soon be able to wear your favorite work of literature on your shirt.
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.
Raising kids these days is expensive. Aside from the basics, like food and clothing, there’s also the “extra” expenses like toys. Based on what you’ve probably heard from you friends, kids outgrow toys almost as fast as they outgrow their clothes.
Buying a new PC or laptop can be exciting, but setting it up for use, and keeping it working smoothly can be quite a pain. There’s the primary concern of installing software to secure your machine and protect it against viruses and Trojans, but at the same time, the pre-loaded software that it came bundled with could end up becoming quite a hassle.
Q: How many cops does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: None. It turns itself in.
You’ve probably already heard your fair share of lightbulb jokes, so I won’t try to entertain (or bore) you with any more.
These ceiling mounted speakers from Holosonic Research precisely direct a beam of sound so it can only be heard if you’re standing directly inside the focused area they project.
Their square Audio Spotlight speakers easily mount in place of standard 2′ x 2′ ceiling tiles and project a perfectly focused tunnel of sound towards the people standing beneath them.