Gadgettes 114: The Garbage Episode

We've discovered a way to take a bunch of gadgets that belong in the trash and turn them into energy for everyone! Listen and find out how. (well, other than the fact that we're simply that awesome.)

We've discovered a way to take a bunch of gadgets that belong in the trash and turn them into energy for everyone! Listen and find out how. (well, other than the fact that we're simply that awesome.)


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EPISODE 114

Plasma plants to vaporize trash and create new energy

Chick-fil-A stuffing a space station in every kid’s meal

Baconnaise

Disco USB hub

Flip Mino--now in HD

Get into the festive spirit with Christmas Jewel USB drive

Update: Vivienne Tam HP Digital Clutch

Tool Time
BeoSound 5 controls your digital home theater in grand, futuristic style

It’s about time
Naf Naf Sunrise Effect alarm clock - a less SAD way to wakeup

PRETTY
Samsung Cleo cell phone sashays into Canada

Pink Watch
Guitars for Girls -Guitar Hero and Rock Band

Gender Gap
The Chair for Man

VOICE MAIL
Peter from Frampton

E-MAIL

I had to share this with people who would appreciate how this could be a necessary ‘food accessory’ for some, but to others, it is just wrong.

Leia E.
Apple Valley, MN


Hey Gadgettes,

Why, why, why? Well, actually, for cancer research. But at least it’s the real thing and not Swarovski crystals. Note the convenience of being able to remove the diamonds to stick in all the jewelry you have that doesn’t already have diamonds.

Also, the blog it came from has the potential to be a great source for you all. Love the show!

-Rabbi the Linguist

P.S.: Why the hate on LARPers but the love of Utilikilt owners? The two groups overlap quite a bit. If you’re gonna dis on LARPers, at least limit it to the ones who can’t distinguish the game from reality. Some of us just enjoy some escapism and creative use of our imagination from time to time, but we understand that, when the game is over, it’s over. (It’s also a good way to socialize - is this a good time to mention that I’ve never been in a LARP that wasn’t at least 40% female?) Our characters may be us (a first-time LARPer often ends up playing herself) but we are not our characters. Those who don’t understand that are likely to be marginalized in a serious game.
I will, though, give you mad props for liking Utilikilts. They’re quite comfortable and the ladies seem to love them. (Gotta love geek
girlfriends!) Keep on rockin’ that podcast.


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