In things I didn’t know I needed and am still not convinced I do, there’s Monitree (monitor + tree), a modular system for growing vining plants around the perimeter of your computer monitor. You know, to liven up your workspace with some greenery.
Extension cords can be an eyesore. But they’re a necessary eyesore if you want most of your appliances and electronics to keep functioning, especially if they’re located in parts of your home that are far from a wall outlet.
This will be the best video that you see all day. It was made by Bodega Studios, a production company based out of New York and San Francisco. It is called Back to the Holidays and instead of starring Michael J.
Chandeliers add a certain flair to any room you put them in. They can be colorful or glittering with crystals, long or short, and wide or narrow, and fitted with lamps so they can aptly illuminate the room.
Love it or hate it, it looks like Twitter’s Vine has managed to attract a pretty solid following ever since its launch. Time will tell if it’ll become as big of a fixture in the social media sphere as Instagram, but for now, it’s sure getting a lot of attention – particularly because people like Dawn Siff are finding unusual and creative ways to use the platform.
While there have been many different apps that have tried to be what Instagram is to photos but for videos, this new one is backed by Twitter, making it immediately interesting to the Twitterati. Sharing and recording looping vids is nothing new, but the constraints and functions make Vine, which is still a bit buggy, cool to use.
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.