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More Natural Skating: Sport Technology Flowboard

By adding a slew of extra wheels, the Flowboard makes skating a little more like riding waves or snow.

Exhilarating or Excruciating? 5 Unconventional Extreme Sports

You've probably never tried these sports. You may not have even realized they existed. Now watch some video and decide if you ever will.

Classic Video: Dufus Shows Up To Cleveland Indians Game Wearing LeBron Jersey, Gets Kicked Out

Kid shows up to a Cleveland Indians game in a LeBron Heat jersey for no apparent reason other than to be a dick. Fans boo, throw things on him and give him a generally difficult time all around. Kid gets thrown out. And someone videotaped it all for us to witness.

Anti-Theft Lunch Bags Fend Off Food Nabbers

Ah, the lunchroom thief.  Amazingly, every office seems to have at least one.  The Anti-Theft Lunch Bag is made to protect your food from all of the lunch stealers of the world.

Batter Blaster Creates a Healthy, Hot Breakfast In Minutes

Don’t you hate it that convenience food is usually great for your timeline, but horrible for your body?  It is nice to discover a rare convenience item that takes people’s health into consideration too.  Batter Blaster appears to be one such product. 

Automatic Chef Rotating Campfire

It's hard for something that calls itself the "automatic chef" to miss the mark, but somehow, this does.

Freerider Skatecycle Brings More Freedom To Skating

A new name in skating/snakeboarding, the Freerider Skatecycle provides a unique form factor for freedom, speed and big air.

Social Media Leads In Nation-Building Like The Mouse That Roared?

While the debate on privacy continues to rage on at home and abroad, it has not hindered Facebook from scaling to a half billion users this past week. With only China and India's populations larger, Facebook is the third largest 'nation' in the world? But with no land to defend and a citizenry not bound by any government, how could a social network rank third in followers globally?

'Old Spice Man' & Magnetic Marketing Make Users Part Of The Social Media Story

Similar to our recent involvement with the Barefoot Bandit, Social Media differing from traditional media allows users to become an integral part of the story. While a man's aftershave lotion isn't exactly breaking news, how Old Spice's ad agency is engaging its customers via social networks is.

Way Too Much Tech For Sunglasses: GK Vessa Camo

GK Vessa creators of innovated sunglasses have come out with the ultimate sportsman's glasses, combining features that no good hunter or fisher should leave home without.

Beer Bands: Not Quite Like Beer Goggles, But Still Fun

With summer comes summer parties and with summer parties comes beer...and coolers...and ciders.  Summer parties can be a great time, but in the midst of all the revelry sometimes drinks get mixed up or tossed out. Now there is a fun new way to help prevent this misfortune.  Beer Bands by Fred and Friends are colorful, stretchy rings made to fit around your beverage bottle or can.

980 TATOU: Shoes For Parkour

One designer has come up with a pretty sweet pair of parkour shoes that could push the sport to the next level.

LeBron James: Future Champion Or Major Choker?

Well, it's finally over. The most hyped up, debated, discussed, analyzed and otherwise overplayed free agency in history is all done. And it may just be one of the biggest disappointments in sports since...well since LeBron's last embarrassing choke.

Social Media & Flash Mobs For National Dance Day!

For one day, Americans can forgot about who's dancing around political issues and join in a bi-partisan dance-off organized through social media channels. Mark your calendars for July 31 when the first National Dance Day takes off nationwide, and learn how to 'Flash Mob Dance' whether you think you can dance or not.

YouTube Raises Hope & Not So Savvy Parents

It's a fact - our Millennial children are having little Millennials of their own. And perhaps not having paid a lot attention to their own role models - they're struggling with the new job responsibilities. Marketers and TV execs are using YouTube and humor to portray the angst and struggle of the latest generation to adjust to their new roles as first-time parents.