Gadgettes 81: The I Love You Episode
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Dedicated to Dave from Denver
Pandigital debuts kitchen TV with extra perks
A digital culinary recipe for the futuristic cookware
Lego-touch for iPhone and iPod Touch
Monster felted handbag
Electronic Yodeling Pickle could actually be useful
Why didn’t I think of that!?
Pants in a pinch
What the hell!?
Super Mario corset
Boombox backpack: All-around bad idea
Txt Spk baby names? Oh dear God in heaven…
Cell-U-Lite Text Messaging: Simple service but super name
In honor of the new Get Smart movie, I am naming Molly's magnetic field of destruction "Field of Kaos."
Molly, in Gadgettes #80, you mentioned you are finally getting a computerized car. Hmmm...better check with Brian Cooley to be sure, but I think cars had on board computers since the '90s if not earlier (e.g., for OBD, antilock brake, both require computers). They may be embedded and application specific, but nonetheless, computers. So your Field of Kaos is ruining cars like the BMWs, which have a lot of computers (ignition control integrated with the fuel grade sensors/oil turbidity sensors, air pollution sensors integrated with the climate control, MPG/range calculations, antilock brakes with anti skid, ignition key locks which randomizes your key code). But you would look cool in the 1960's Mustang which is completely analog.
I’ve got something else for you guys:
Since I’ve been in Dallas for just over a year, I was planning on a weekend back in Houston where I have a married couple (good friends of mine) have a 9-month-old daughter. I was looking around for gifts ideas--pop-up books, touch/feel books, something crafty, lullaby CD (Curious George movie CD is a winner, I think), etc. Then, I see this “Netflix of baby toys” idea on a favorite blog of mine: BabyPlays
Pretty neat idea. As far as safety goes--all products are sanitized, tested for lead, and wrap up for you. It’s a start-up by a Houston area mom.
I dunno if I’ll get them a subscription, but I’m sure I’ll point them in that direction.
Hey Gals and Jason
I am looking for an item of such rarity that I have only seen it on Flickr but I thought with your formidable powers and army of gadgetters(?) you could help me I am looking for….a pink hello kitty ukulele! I know how horrible, but it is for my 4-year-old daughter…so please HELP!