Growing up, Kellogg’s and Post had convinced me that sugary cereals drowning in milk were “part of a nutritious breakfast.” But as I grew up, I came to realize that protein is a much more important start to the day.
Would you eat your own face? It sounds like an odd question, grotesque even, but it’s not what you think. It’s something that Vermont Novelty Toaster Corporation wants you to do every day with your daily cup of Joe.
Nothing smells more inviting in the morning than toast. If you want to conjure up images of hot toast and warm fuzzy feelings associated with a full stomach in the morning whenever someone comes close, then you might want to grab a bottle of the Federation of Bakers’ Eau de Toast.
Forget Jelly Babies. Forget fish fingers and custard. And please, let’s forget the Doctor pinning celery to his jacket. Toast. That’s the new Timelord’s favorite food. Hopefully the 12th Doctor will love toast. But if he doesn’t, here is a piece of plush toast dressed like the 11th Doctor.
You’ve seen food art at its finest, now how about a taste of toast art that’ll make you look at your morning slice of bread in disdain? Many people regard food as an adventure, rather than just something you need for sustenance or to fill your stomach.
I’m sure you have a thousand and one flash drives by now, but as far as gimmicks go, you don’t see USB hubs with matching flash drives that often. Too bad this toaster USB hub doesn’t pop the flash drives out when they’re ejected.
Don’t tell your kids this, but for some reason, I always thought that smartphones looked sort of like something that would fit neatly into the slot of a toaster. Not that I’ve ever thought about trying to turn my iPhone into a Pop Tart, it’s just their size and shape seemed about right.
If you’re like me, then the first thing that you probably crave for the moment you wake up (after brushing your teeth and taking a shower, of course) is breakfast. It’s the most important meal of the day so it’s something that I rarely ever skip, even though I’m already really late.
Normally, I couldn’t think of a less interesting computer accessory than a memory card reader. Leave it to the design wizards at Boynq to change my mind on that.
Their $30 Toastit is a 27-in-1 memory card reader that bears a striking resemblance to a retro-modern toaster.
Sure, we’ve seen toast with images of Elvis, Jesus and other famous cultural icons, but this device lets you create any image you’d like, in toast form.
The computer controlled toast burner uses a specially modified CNC fabricator with a hot air gun in its carriage.
I’ve been dying for an excuse to feature one of my favorite artists, Dan Goodsell on my blog, but his whimsical paintings never seemed quite appropriate for Technabob.
Today, Dan gave me just enough of an excuse by when he jumped into the video gaming world.