How to blow bubbles with an iPod

The "Sound Bubbler" syncs to your tunes.

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As people seek out all manner of gadget-powered therapy--even for their pets--there may be something much simpler available to soothe the soul. Such as a "Sound Bubbler."

This iPod dock's name pretty much says it all, as it releases bubbles in sync with the beat and rhythm of your tunes, according to Chip Chick. It even comes in three colors, though they have a long way to go before re-creating a true '60s atmosphere. Still, it's better than nothing if you're whiling away the time while chained to the desk and sure beats USB aromatherapy.

If only they could combine this with a swirling vortex, we might be able to cut back on the valium once and for all. Maybe.

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