What do you do when you’re a Twitter addict and you’re standing at the altar to get married? You Twitter about it, as software developer Dana Hanna did. He tweeted…
Bizarre kitchen appliances to outfit your kitchen.
A part of me thinks that mainstream designers focus more on creating sleeker, streamlined appliances. The general consensus would be to appreciate their efforts, but for someone like me, who gets to view designs as quirky and bizarre as the following… another sleek toaster is like drinking flat Coke. If you enjoy the fizz and appreciate spunk, come join me fitting a hypothetical kitchen with some really quirky appliances! (Photos)
Pet rocks are way too old school, but not anymore thanks to ThinkGeek’s new USB Powered Pet Rock. Perfect for the geek on your list with “everything”. The delightfully delicious hardcore geek present will only run you around $10. Does this mean the USB Powered Pet Skipping Rock is just around the corner?
The ultimate geek toy
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak shows us that a nixie tube watch is probably a better idea in theory than it is in practice. It’s so bulky. Sure looks like a lot of trouble he has to go through just to change the time zone. Never mind that, if they could just make these things a whole lot smaller, we’d really be lusting after one.
After 10 years of teaching art at the Hussian School of Art in Philadelphia, Chuck Dillon has seen just about every type of art student. So, in a post is certainly going to be a classic, here’s Chuck’s classification of the 20 types of art student.
Which one are you?
Now I know you will either get locked in a school locker or shoved into a trash can for wearing this geeky item
If you want to send your child off to school with all possible advantages, setting them up for a lifetime of success and well-balanced friendship, you really should avoid this R2-D2 backpack. Because really, no matter how much you or your kid loves Star Wars, there is just no way this won’t get your kid beat up. Continue reading… “R2D2 Backpack”
Just enough memory to hang ya.
When you are looking for the next special way to “plug in” you may want to check out the new USB necktie and impress that special geek friend you have been looking to one up.
However, don’t get too excited over this classy white USB necktie, since it doesn’t appear to be available for sale…
Don’t these make you feel so geeky
It’s OK, you’re in safe company. We know you didn’t really buy that gadget because it could interface seamlessly with the cloud, or because it offers the best range of features for Small to Medium Enterprises, or even because it has the fastest processor this side of a supercomputer.
You just like touching its rubbery buttons and the fact that it goes ‘ping’.
You’re not alone. In fact, while you’re here there are some other guilty pleasure that we’d like to share… Continue reading… “21 Geek Pleasures”
For those who feel secure with their own masculinity
Most geeky lifestyles don’t involve going to a lot of formal events, but there is always going to be the occasional wedding or other fancy occasion when we need to put away the hip mounted cell phone and get dressed up. Still, you’ll probably want to maintain some way to signal any fellow geeks at the event, so that you can hook up at the reception and discuss whether Chris Pine or William Shatner makes a better James T Kirk. Continue reading… “Millennium Falcon Cuff Links”
Cyber Cute and Cuddly!
The C-3PO Mimobot is 2.5″ tall (2.49999″ head + 0.00001″ body) by 1″ wide. Like other Mimobots, this one also comes with the mimoByte Sound Software, so you’ll hear some of C-3PO’s classic lines whenever you remove or insert the flash disk.
Announce Your 80’s Geekiness With New Arcade
If you yearn for the days before PlayStation and Xbox, when you had to haul you butt down to the local bar and slip in a couple of quarters to get your video game fix, then the Optime Strategies video gaming table could be for you. Run by a built in PC, it comes preloaded with over 1700 vintage games including favorites like Donkey Kong, Pac-Man and Frogger, using software developed by a group called MAME. The graphics and music files used have been downloaded directly from the original arcade versions ensuring absolute authenticity.