Those wood emojis handcrafted by Nick Offerman made for a parody video on "Conan" are now available for sale in real life with proceeds going to charity.
Why toy with digital emojis when you can impress others with smiley faces, cats and poop symbols made from solid oak by "Parks and Recreation" actor -- and craftsman -- Nick Offerman?
Ready to ditch some wires? This retro-styled bookshelf speaker (worth $150!) can pair with your phone or tablet for streaming goodness. And I'm giving away five of 'em!
It's the wood that makes it good, or at least better-sounding than plastic or metal housings, according to audiophiles.
BioLite's camping stove combines a fire pit, grill, and gadget-charging station for when you're far away from an outlet.
The Kisai Night Vision Wood watch from Tokyoflash may be one of the most sly timepieces ever invented, masquerading as a blank watch.
Just how good are emojis at communicating complex ideas? Bill Nye the Science Guy explains the theory of evolution with a series of the digital symbols. Smiley face.
The $149.99 Fluance Fi30 is arguably the best wireless Bluetooth speaker we've heard for the money.
A perfect, small-room, absolutely audiophile speaker.
Cartoonist Neill Cameron's latest series features your favorite characters from "Parks and Recreation" as commanders in the "Star Trek" universe.