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Leantisserie Is The Rotisserie That Fits In Your Oven

If you love rotisserie chicken, but don't want to spend the money on a rotisserie, you may want to check out the Leantisserie. It's a free-standing, self-rotating rotisserie that fits in your oven, and the best part is it won't break the bank.

Garmin Fenix 2 Is The Activity Watch For Everything

Are you active? Like really active? Is every week an adventure for you? Are you constantly running, hiking, biking, swimming, paddling, or skiing? If you do any or all of these things, and are looking for a versatile fitness watch, give this Germin Fenix 2 a once over.


Freeline Skates: The Offspring Of Skates And Skateboards

If a roller skate and a skateboard could have offspring, it would look something like the Freeline Skate. Freeline Skates look like mini skateboards, but they're meant to be ridden as if they were roller skates--one per foot.

Facebooks’ ‘Mentions Box’ Introduces ‘Video Selfies’ For Celebs At Emmys

Ever since Ellen Degeneres’ creative ‘selfie’ bit was introduced at the last Academy Awards ceremony, the bar has been raised for future hosts’ to use social media in more intricate and creative ways. Mark Zuckerberg and his cadre of coders at Facebook think they have just the thing to go Degeneres one better, when they debut their “Mentions Box” for celebrities during the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony on August 25.

Why Snapchat Ads Are An Oxymoron

Snapchat and advertising seems to me to be two functions diametrically opposed - an oxymoron if you will. How can any marketing campaign make an impact, if by design it’s fleeting in nature? Since Snapchat is a messaging app that delivers status updates, photos and/or videos viewable for 10 seconds only — is that enough time to leave a lasting impression?

Want This Way Cool Steampunk Ring That Turns Into A Telescope?

There are few of us who haven't dreamed of living the life of a spy -- dashing about the great capitals of the world, being chased by evil agents bent on destroying our freedoms, and, best of all, getting to make use of super spy gadgets. Just like James Bond (in an alternate universe) you can get this way cool Capt. Jules' Extraordinary Telescope Ring with an awesome steampunk look.

Want To Ride A Longboard While Strolling With The Kid?

What if not giving up some of your childhood joys was a key to helping save the planet? For some people keeping their skateboard as a mode of transportation stays with them for a number of years. When the spouse and children come along it seems time to grow up and get rid of the board -- but what if you didn't need to? The Longboard Stroller Project is looking at how skateboarding may still be a great idea -- complete with baby on board.

Withings Activité Is An Activity Tracker Disguised As A Designer Watch

When shopping around for an activity tracker, you won't find too many that are designed for function and elegance. In fact, the Withings Activité may be the only activity tracker you'll find that is disguised as a designer watch.

Making it Real: A 3-D Exhibition of Print Ready Projects

Making It Real is an innovative global exhibition featuring new and edgy designs for  3-D print-ready jewelry, products, fine art and other small objects. Read on to learn more about this new and fascinating digital fabrication display that began last year.

Chinese Facekini Fad Inspires French Fashion Mag Photoshoot

Those freakish “face-kini” masks worn by legions of sun-avoiding Chinese women have made the jump to haute couture thanks to a photoshoot featured in former Vogue Paris editor Carine Roitfeld's new magazine, CR Fashion Book.