I’m no celebrity, but I’ve seen how annoying and pesky the paparazzi can get (by watching videos taken by paparazzis of other paparazzis. Oh, the irony.)
Celebrities can try to hide behind hoodies, don outrageous disguises, threaten violence if the photographers venture too close, or put a hand up to cover the lenses of the paparazzi.
“Freaker” is probably not a name I’d pick for a bottle/can/jar/glass insulator but that’s just what these folks named theirs. Of course, you probably wouldn’t expect something called the Freaker to be useful or functional, but this one surprisingly is.
Looking for a zippy way to get around town? Sure, you could buy a car, or a bike, or maybe even a Segway, right? Well what about a bed on wheels? At least that way you could take a nap if you get stuck in traffic, right?
When you talk about blowing dirt off of electronics, most people think, of course, of plain ol’ canned air. And that works fine, sure, but the prank potential is fairly limited. With this gun-shaped keyboard brush, however, you can do all sorts of things, from tickling a co-worker’s nose with the dusty end of the brush to using it it to scare the heck out of that guy in HR with the attitude problem.
Seems like the latest trend in technology is to make fabric versions of your favorite electronic gadgets. A couple of weeks back it was the felt Nintendo.
This week, some kid’s Mom was way too cool, and knit him a wool iPhone.
Every once in a while, I’ll find something that necessarily doesn’t fit in with the cyber-electronic-whiz-bang theme of Technabob. But I figure, since I’m the Chief Cook and Bottle Washer here, “why not write about it anyway?”