The $100 Laptop

Posted on April 7, 2005 Under Life

Wired has a wonderful article about the prospect of every kid having a computer; and MIT's Media Lab's plan for a $100 laptop. They say the goal is closer than many might think--MIT is working with AMD, Google, and News…

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Posted on April 4, 2005 Under Life

This is Yagoohoogle, Google and Yahoo morphed together so you can view results of both at once. Interesting to see how your name or company does on each. Via Life Hacker

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The Fretlight Guitar

Posted on March 24, 2005 Under Music

The Fretlight guitar is somewhat of a revolutionary way to learn to play the guitar--although I haven't gotten a chance with one I think the idea is pretty good. It's the world's first computer-powered electric teaching guitar, and is completely…

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Posted on March 17, 2005 Under Gadgetry

Tech Air's laptop bag isn't much of a looker--but it is worth mentioning because it has a pretty nifty add on. Designed for heavy travelers, the bag comes with a free subscription to i-TRAK, the world's first technically integrated, airline…

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HP DJammer

Posted on March 4, 2005 Under Life

Wired Magazine has a great little article about HP's wild invention they're calling the "DJammer". I haven't quite finished forming my opinion on this thing, although the technology seems pretty impressive. It allows a DJ to mimic the sound of…

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Google Touch Graph

Posted on January 14, 2005 Under Life

Holy cow this is cool! This is a graph created by Touch Graph that visually maps out all referrals, connections, and mentions using the google search engine. I really gotta give it up to the programmers behind this, this is…

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Phenomenon EL Jacket

Posted on December 20, 2004 Under Gadgetry

A bomb proof three layer Gore XCR fabric, nothing new. But five electro-luminescent panels that glow for up to 12 hours off four AAA batteries, visible from up to a mile away? Now that's impressive. Safer features, and new technology;…

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Porsche Design meets Radio

Posted on December 8, 2004 Under Design

When car design meets technology-- these super sweet porsche designed tabletop and portable AM/FM and XM satellite radios are what you get. Coming out this fall, too bad they wont be available in time for the holidays. Sleek and sexy…

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Posted on November 26, 2004 Under Gadgetry

2004 Business Week and Industrial Design Society of America (IDSA) silver medal winner Jawbone the alpha noise-reducing headset. Brushed stainless steal, shaped by designer Yves Béhar features sensors that detect cheek bone vibrations, in exchange offering a clearer crisper transmission.…

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Muji Cardboard Speakers

Posted on November 11, 2004 Under Design

I just love anything Muji has ever made... Those designers are damn cool, and always thinking to the future of form and function. I've got a few journals, pens, and even a cool as hell pencil from the Muji store…

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