Gadgettes 128: The Husky Episode

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Episode 128

Fat-fighting body mod approved for Europe
http://dvice.com/archives/2009/03/fat-fighting_bo.php

Gruve measures movement, vibrates until you get up off your duff
http://dvice.com/archives/2009/03/gruve_measures.php

Dance, puppet, dance: Dance for your right to change the channel
http://www.shinyshiny.tv/2009/03/dance_puppet_da.html

NitroCream is the $35,000 ice cream maker of your dreams
http://dvice.com/archives/2009/03/nitrocream_is_t.php

Bacon-flavored bubbles (speaking of not eating)
http://www.geekologie.com/2009/03/yum_bubble_blowing_gun_blows_b.php

Bacon-wrap for your iPhone (Thanks, Janie!)
http://nerdapproved.com/cellphones/wrap-your-iphone-in-bacons-delicious-embrace/

It’ll Get You Drunk!: The McNuggitini *HORF*
http://www.geekologie.com/2009/03/itll_get_you_drunk_the_mcnuggi.php

Kill Me
Apple reveals new, super-tiny iPod Shuffle with huge design flaw
http://dvice.com/archives/2009/03/apple_reveals_n.php
http://news.cnet.com/8301-13579_3-10193443-37.html

A propos (of) nothing
Twitter: The Literally Blog
http://twitter.com/literallyblog

Bling Rx
World’s most expensive CD costs $100,000 (Thanks, Dr. Karl!)
http://www.bornrich.org/entry/world-s-most-expensive-cd-costs-100000/

Pink Watch
Barbie Edition VW Beetle (Thanks, everyone!)
http://autos.canada.com/news/story.html?id=1373899

What a concept!
The Cargonaut: a package-delivering robot
http://dvice.com/archives/2009/03/neither_rain_no.php

Good Vibrations
Special Edition “Little Steel” vibrator to promote new Dave Stewart song (thanks, Alamode!)
http://www.jimmyjane.com/shop/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=11&products_id=83

Ask a Gadgette
HELP ME!

I am a desperate husband looking for a worthy present for my wife's upcoming birthday. I’m thinking of getting her a new phone but am pressed to find a smartphone that looks girly enough (no hello kitty, please) and has at least some decent features. What would you girl gurus suggest? (If it’s encased in schwarovski crystals, that's a plus)

I know you girl gurus will help me in my hour of need.

Chris, Australia.

E-mail:
http://i.gizmodo.com/5167127/loopa-spill+resistant-bowl-uses-a-gyroscope-to-prevent-spills-when-youre-gyrating

found this on gizmodo, so that probably means you’ve also seen it!
but just to be sure, here ya go.
- Nick

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Molly’s credibility is gone!

Molly? Really??

You go off into a rant about earphones that have candy logos talking about how they should pay YOU for the advertising.

This from the woman who spent an EXTRA $200 for a Vivian Tam netbook? Really?? Really???

A Libertarian in Acworth, GA

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Dear Molly,

I just heard about viv. Its unfortunate to hear, but the same thing happened to my 2 month old hp desktop. Conspiracy? Most likely. Hp caring about there customers? Most unlikely.
Just thought I’d share

Sam
Melbourne, Australia

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Hey guys, I just HAD to comment on the whole binary thing (after I got done fantasizing about a Kindle 2 with Don’t Panic printed on it with large, friendly letters). One interesting thing is that many central air units actually have multiple speeds that they can run their compressor at (for heating as well as cooling). Ours has two. So, our heater is actually trinary.

Also, Chrome thinks that “trinary” is actually a misspelling of “urinary”.

 

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