Friday, August 25, 2006

Laugh out of your pants Anti-Script

"This script creates an imbalance in the conversation between the marketer and the consumer. It is this imbalance, most of all, that makes telemarketing successful. The EGBG Counterscript attempts to redress that balance." I couldn't have said about this anti-script any better. Try it out for the next time you are so rudely interrupted. Besides even just reading through this is laugh out of your pants funny. US$FREE

[Anti-telemarketing EGBG counterscript]

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Everything Drawing is an excellent free online tutorial about anything drawing. Learn from beginners to advanced with well thought out and easy to follow lessons on drawing techniques. Simply put, awesome. Now if only I could get bit by the drawing / painting bug again, I would crank out some masterpieces.


My Dream Mover

I'm no skate-boarder, but if someone would buy me this, I could surely top Tony Hawks. Well maybe not top him, but I could surely roll in style. This quiet and so called environment friendly Usurfer U70 is an electric
power board with a hand controller for throttle and brake. For US$700 its a hefty price but I feel its well worth it.
[Usurfer U70]

Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Frosty Artsy Mailbox

This styling mailbox adorns the front of your home with a welcoming feel that says, " put mail in me and let others see what's inside, break my glass and you've got someone else's mail". Funny stuff aside, this mailbox is more an art decor than a safety mail box. What's the point in havin a lock on it if the glass is breakable, I also don't know if I would like anyone to see (despite the frosty glass) what's inside. This envelope mailbox from Chia'sso can be your's for US$68.

[Envelope Mailbox]

Monday, August 14, 2006

Supertooth II - An expensive gizmo

This sun-visor mounted bluetooth speakerphone is not a new technology. This bluetooth gizmo dubbed Supertooth II is meanth to 'pair' with your bluetooth enabled phone to give you complete handsfree duplex speaking plesure while you drive. It comes with a rechargable lithium ion battery that is claimed to give you 20hrs talk time and 800hrs of standby time. US$129.99. There are competing models that could be found cheaper and I feel for that much money they could have designed some sexy curves on this thing. Although a very useful tool for many who spend a lot of hours in their car, I would recommend buying this if or when the price drop to under $100.

[Supertooth II]

Thursday, August 03, 2006

iSoundCap cover your head with music

With claims such as "...a revolutionary new way to wear and listen to your iPod®" this little baseball hat that can carry your ipod with some wire management, has some big heads to fill. I personally don't see the revolution in this, however I do admit saying, "..why didn't I think about that?". The iSoundCap™ is designed to hold the iPod® Nano and the iPod® Shuffle™ in a tight compartment stitched right into the cap. It even has a tight sleeve for the wires and a spool to keep these neatly wrapped up. US$29.95 and comes in black or white. I would buy one.


Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Let the Sun power your Garden - Sun Bricks

Solar powered Sun Bricks soak up the sun during the day and provide beautiful accent lights in your patio or garden. These self-contained solar bricks are also standard sized as bricks to allow you to switch out your bricks. Flush-to-the-ground, integral solar panels generate up to 8 hours of light each night. Amber LED’s provide a warm, welcoming glow, consume little power, and can’t burn out.US$59.95 for a pair.

[Solar Powered Sun Bricks]

Save your car's battery with Battery Brain

Battery Brain uses supposed unique electronic technology to ensure that your car's battery always has enough power to start your engine. This gizmo clips onto your car's battery and constantly monitors the battery power, if it detects that the battery is losing sufficient charge to start the engine, the electric system is disconnected from the battery. Fair love for those drivers constantly forgeting to turn their lights off. Starting at US$39.95.

[Battery Brain]