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Get Your Java Fix On The Road With The Smart Pot To Go

Mornings can be very chaotic and many of us can’t imagine facing the day without our morning cup of coffee. The Smart Pot To Go Portable Heating Appliance allows you to boil water in your car.  Sure, it sounds pretty dangerous to be boiling water while you are driving your car, but when you’re desperate you take your chances I guess. 

DanBall Offers Shiatsu Massage At Your Weary Fingertips

If you spend most of your day typing away at a computer or do a lot of heavy lifting then your fingers probably get sore and strained.  It would be great to have a personal hand massager standing by for whenever your fingers start to get a little tired.  Well, this may actually be possible.  The DanBall Finger Massager is a small, round shiatsu massager for the fingers.

Curses Borad Game Aims To Be Funny As $#%&

From game designer Brian Tinsman comesthe game of Curses, where laughter is the best the best medicine andhaving a spell cast over you might just be the funniest thing you’veever seen.

 

British Valentine's Day Poll: Your Lover Or Your Pet?

Recently, we reported the results of the most current Associated Press poll taken of U.S. residents about their attitudes regarding their lovers versus their pets.  This Valentine's Day, a British survey of 3,000 pet owners reveals how the Brits answer the question: Your lover or your pet?

Philo's Social Media TV Brings "Ridin' QWERTY" Into The Home

The Urban Dictionary lists "Ridin QWERTY" as the play on words for "riding dirty," and defines it as the illegal act of texting while driving - with Q-W-E-R-T-Y being the first 6 letters on any standard keyboard. Philo, a new social networking for TV fans is taking that concept off-road and moving it into your living room or home office. Commencing on Valentines Day, check your local listings and start 'ridin QWERTY" from your favorite 'coach potato' perch.

CatchUp Game Gets Personal - And Weird

An interesting game concept from the brain of McLean Enterprises, CatchUp is a little bit off of the beaten path when it comes to fun.

Beauty Lift High Nose Gives The "Perfect Profile" Without Surgery

Well those wacky ‘beauty’ gadgets from Japan just get wackier all the time.  The newest one that I came across is the Beauty Lift High Nose.  From what I can tell this odd looking little contraption is supposed to give users that extra snooty, nose-in-the-air look without the need for cosmetic surgery. 

Tasty Social Media Layer Added To The Mashable Cake?

Social layers are a tricky thing for online news site. Both the Wall Street Journal and USA Today have failed in their attempts, and Eric Schmidt, the now deposed CEO of Google may have lost his job because of it. Mark Zuckerberg back in December admonished Schmidt's attempt at socializing Google with the quip, "Social is not a layer you add- you have to design it from the ground up." Nonetheless, Mashable has thrown their hat into the social ring, complete with badges to boot!

Easy Feet Is Never Too Tired To Give A Foot Massage

The Easy Feet device looks like a sandal, but with suction cups on the bottom and bristles on the inside.  The idea behind the product is that once it is suctioned to the bottom of the tub a person can thoroughly wash his/her feet without having to lean over and risk slipping.

Social Media Slow To Define "Hiybbprqag" As Google's 'Bing Sting' Unfolds

If you were to search for the meaning of "Hiybbprqag" you might be surprised by the Google and Bing search results that appear. Top ranking SERPs (search engine result pages) might surface links like "How Google Tripped Up Microsoft" or "Did Google catch Bing Cheating." Even comedian Stephen Colbert has a definition for the word. However, social networks like Facebook and Twitter, often praised for their real-time results were slow on the uptake regarding what the heck "Hiybbprqag" actually means?

Scent Scape Adds Smellovision To The World Of Entertainment

From the ScentSciences corporation comes a new dimension in multimedia and gaming experiences: smell. Thanks to the Scent Scape you can get ready to breathe deeply and add your nostrils to the list of things engaged during your viewing experience.

Relationship Killers: The 5 Worst Valentine's Day Gifts Ever

February is upon us, which means it's time to celebrate our hate love for our significant others by being nice to them for one day of the year. Of course, if you don't buy into the whole "one day of romance for 364 days of loathing," or if you just plain hate your partner, these gifts are sure to get your special day of torment off to a great start.

10 Anti-Valentine Gifts That Say 'I Hate You!' Louder Than Words

If you've been shot by Cupid's arrow and you can't get pull the darn thing out of your heart, you're in pain.  Cupid must have been in a particularly facetious mood the day he brought that babe or dude into your life. Lucky you; there are so many ways to let those stinkers know just how you feel on this Anti-Valentine's Day. Here are some of my recent favorites.

Push-Up Underwear Options On The Horizon For Men

Ever since the Wonderbra first hit the market fashionable women everywhere have been on a quest to have the most up-to-date uplifted look available.  I never imagined that there would one day be a male equivalent.  Amazingly, push-up underwear for men is a reality!  No, I am not referring to butt-lifting underpants; we are talking about men getting a little boost in the front.   

Social Media Gets Last Laugh When Zuckerberg Satirized Himself On SNL

Rumors abound, whether or not Lorne Michaels will be successful in luring Mark Zuckerberg to his SNL TV show January 29, when Jesse Eisenberg is scheduled to appear as host.  With all the bad blood that has passed between Team Zuckerberg and the producers of 'The Social Network' movie, fans of both the network and the flick are wondering if the FB founder will be 'man enough' to show the world he can laugh at himself.

Social Media For Sale Or Rent, "ThreeWords" Bought By That Domain Gent

Up till now, the social media space has been a coveted arena where entrepreneurs like Mark Zuckerberg are more interested in building empires than selling their enterprises to the highest bidder. Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and others were of a similar ilk. However, the next generation of Internet entrepreneurs seem to be looking at things somewhat differently.

Social Media Helps Promote Persian Version Of Jon Stewart's 'The Daily Show'

With Facebook friends scaling past a quarter-million and a YouTube account that has attracted over 15,000 views since January 21, the Iranian TV show, Parazit is using social media channels to promote its answer to Jon Stewart's The Daily Show. Co-created by Iranian ex-pats Kambiz Hosseini and Saman Arbabi, the popular Voice of America's Persian-language program is produced in Washington, DC, where the founders can lampoon their parent country, without fear of reprisal.

Crayola 3D Chalk Brings Sidewalk Drawings To Life

Toys have become pretty high tech in recent years, but there are some kids items that I wouldn’t have imagined could be taken to another level.  Apparently I was wrong.  Even the basic toys are not so basic anymore.  Crayola has come out with 3D Sidewalk Chalk for kids to create more realistic sidewalk drawings. 

Social Media Game That Rewards You For Playing Social Media Games

It was bound to happen. Zynga, the number one game developer on Facebook is not happy just to release another "Ville" game, they had to find yet another way to make online gaming even more addictive than they already are - and in the process add yet more "green" to their coffers. This week, rumors logged by a number  of the techie blog sites indicated the firm will be launching RewardVille.

Video: Amish Dude Gets Ski-Towed By A Horse-Drawn Carriage

Yeah, it's about as sweet as you think: full-bearded Amish guy gets pulled on skis by a horse carriage. Fun for the whole family.