Gadgettes 171: The super, maxi, ultra absorbent episode (podcast)
You have to admit that the second the word "iPad" came out of Steve Jobs' mouth, you envisioned a future where the Gadgettes devoted an entire episode to the mocking of such a product name... right? Well, buckle up, space cadet.
You have to admit that the second the word "iPad" came out of Steve Jobs' mouth, you envisioned a future where the Gadgettes devoted an entire episode to the mocking of such a product name... right? Buckle up, space cadet. It's time to take a crazy ride into the world of double entendre.
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Will the iPad absorb new readers?
It comes in light, medium, and heavy.
You have to pay extra if you have a heavy data flow.
The new dry-weave feature actually pulls moisture AWAY from the sensor!
New: Apps with wings!
The great thing about CNET is they give us our iPads for free. Everywhere else you have to pay 25 cents!
The Apple iPad: It Just Fits.
The Apple iPad: We can handle your data flow.
You’ll never think of FLO TV the same way again.
Kill Me (iPad Edition)
Bike-Mounted Bookshelf for Suicidal Readers (thanks David Eckard!)
This Week in Hello Kitty
MiNew A10 Hello Kitty Mini-PC now available, only in Korea
What a Concept
AirMouse – the mouse that fits you like a glove
The Misa Digital Guitar
Hey gals (and Jason),
In last week’s web exclusive you talked about Baby Einstein and how trippy it is. Well, before that you talked about the Boobahs……um, have you by chance seen their website? If you think Baby Einstein is out there, check out the “Boobah Zone”. I call it visual heroine for children. My wife and I are having our first child this summer, and I can guarantee you my peanut will not be watching it. I actually want my kid to learn, not sit wide eyed and comatose as the colors dance across the screen.
Oh, and we loved last week’s show. Kudos to the Jason for Bling RX: Potty Edition. I couldn’t stop laughing.
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re: Dyson prices
Remember — you can use one of those 20% off coupons from Bed Bath & Beyond to purchase a Dyson, making them suddenly affordable. That’s what we did!