Confession: One of my all time favorite movies is Groundhog Day and every February 2nd, I have to watch it. SO you can imagine my reaction when I spotted this groundhog iPod Touch/iPhone case. Mollie tells us what we need to whip one out:
a bit of brown and gray or black felt
needle and pins
To see how it all goes together, head on over to Wild Olive.
“Created by interior designer Mark Lewison, Mark On Call™ for the Apple® iPhone and iPod Touch, lets the interior design professional, their clients—and do-it-yourselfers alike—plan, preview and carry out their design visions while staying organized and within budget.”
So, it seems that Mark Lewison has a bit of an ego issue, but I can certainly see this being useful when at the hardware store or when shopping for furniture. It’s certainly quicker than cutting out tiny couches out of graph paper. Continue Reading
Worried about thieves eyeing your iPod? You might want to consider disguising it inside an old Walkman. Dvice suggests modifying an old, black pair of headphones to take care of the dead giveaway white bud problem.
New to USB fever is their Fingertip Mini Cube Speaker. About the size of dice, the speakers are said to provide ‘superior sound output’ at 0.8W. Compatible with just about everything that begins with iPod, one of these little guys will set you back $9.99. Hey, and even if it doesn’t live up to it’s ‘superior’ description, at least you’ll have the privilege of saying you own the tiniest speaker in the world–and that’s priceless. Continue Reading
Delerium over on Instructables posted this incredibly clever method of turning a business card into an iPod/iPhone stand. Why make such a stand? To watch your vids without having to hold the device, thereby preventing hand-crampage.
New from The Spoon Sisters is this clever little charging holder shelf thing. The Drinn hangs between the battery charger of your mobile device and the electric outlet. Excess cord is wrapped around the holder to keep it neat and out of the way. At 10 bucks a pop, it might be a good thing to keep in mind for holiday gift giving. Available in black, lime green and red orange.
Pottery Barn is now offering furniture outfitted with Smart Technology. What is Smart Technology? It is a collection of furniture with a dual purpose that blends ‘the tradition of comfort and style’. Each piece ‘seamlessly connects you to high-tech accessories by keeping electronics and cords discreet while also organizing and holding household items’. Some of the highlights of the collection include the Bedford Smart Linen Pinboard ($295), which is outfitted with a dock and speakers for your MP3. Continue Reading
Question: What sound would be created if an iPod could pinch off a dookie?
Okay, not really. The Iplop happens to be a miniature beanbag chair for your accessories such as iPods, PDAs, keys and such. A waste of cash? Probably. But at $4.99 each, they aren't THAT big of a waste.
You can find Iplops, available in a variety of colors, at your local Officemax stores and online at Senario.com.