Last October, we talked about WriteBoard, a concept for a touchscreen display that can stream its screen to mobile devices. Its fundraiser is a complete flop, but if you were hoping for such a device check out Smart Kapp.
Whiteboards and blackboards are great for group discussions. But they also take attention away from the speaker, especially for participants who insist on writing down everything that’s on the board. That’s where the WriteBoard concept comes in.
Regardless of how good or bad a person’s memory is, I think everyone needs some sort of a planner. Life can get so busy and hectic sometimes that you won’t be able to keep up without something like a calendar or organizer to help you do so.
I don’t always agree with the choices that Nicolas Cage makes with regards to his career, but I definitely have a strong opinion about his hairstyle – or his lack of one. Nicolas has been sporting variants of the same boring old ‘do for as long as I can remember.
My sisters and I used to draw on any and every surface we found, much to the dismay of our parents. Some of our walls still bear evidence of our creativity, since no amount of soap or scrubbing could completely erase the marks we made.
Whiteboards are great for classes and brainstorming, but since they aren’t usually portable, they can’t really work everywhere – that is until now. The Noteboard is a portable whiteboard that can expand to let you brainstorm ideas almost anywhere.
We’ve become digital pack rats. We save even the crappiest pictures, bookmark articles we’re never going to read and hoard enough music and videos to last us several lifetimes. Why? Because we might need them someday.
Dozens of proud parents and relatives have uploaded videos of their babies using an iPad, so we know that their little brains can handle Apple’s tablet. But their little brains also occasionally come up with revolutionary ideas, like “I wonder what would happen if you dropped the iPad”, or “I bet that tablet tastes good – why don’t you give it a bite?
When I first saw this gadget’s name I instantly wished that it referred to an industrious monster instead. Wouldn’t you rather hire a hardworking Yeti than buy a magnetic board with a clock on it? But actually the TaskWatch isn’t so bad.
GUIMagnets are small, flexible magnets with GUI objects on them that you can use for fun or to aid you in your website design.
Ostensibly they can be used to create a “website on a whiteboard” but that bit of copy should probably be changed to “website on a magnet board” because if you’re like me, you just tried sticking a magnet to a whiteboard as a test, and it fell on the floor.