Christmas Holiday Articles
I found a website that has hundreds of USB gadgets and most of them are not dumb.... They're not just for geeks and gamers either, but can be quite practical for all of us who spend our lives nearly chained to a computer. If you like them, order by November 30, 2009, and get free world-wide shipping!
When you get old, you should not have to vacuum. You read that here first. So someone invented a Laser Guided Robotic Vacuum for us boomers and other folks who would rather be doing anything else but vacuuming. Even if you had a maid, she wouldn't vacuum this good for, although the robot moves around a lot like a human, its laser vision is better than ours.
5 Sustainable Tables For Eating, Drinking, Growing, Coloring and “Communicating” During The Holidaysby Gloria Campos
We've all had days where hauling our butts out of bed, into the freezing cold to sit in traffic just doesn't feel like a desirable options. But, eventually office workers run out of excuses that they can use when they don't feel like they want to come in. Those with kids automatically have a foolproof escape plan, which is why one company has created a product that allows even the childless to cry "sick child" when they want to stay home.
If it's not enough that you can post everything that's on your mind for the entire world to see on Twitter, there's a new company that's ready to take your ego and apply it to print.
Want the time? Read my eyes.
Just what you need... a sarcastic clock. Well, it's here and you can leave it to Suck UK to bring it to you.
While Christmas is fresh on your minds, I know you inventors have plenty of ideas for how to improve it. Before those visions of sugar plums and the money to be made from them leave your minds, the Christmas Tree Shops, through Edison Nation, want your ideas. Hurry now, you have only until February 15, 2010 to get your entries in.
The guilt goes on year after year. Do you buy a real tree or bring the plastic one down from the attic. Hmm. That plastic one is so tacky and it's not like it fools anyone. Why pretend? Michelle Weingeist has solved the problem elegantly with the sustainable aluminum spiral Christmas tree she named Tannenboing that doesn't pretend to be a real tree.