Comes in a Variety of Flavors!
Ladies, Gentlemen and Computer Geeks everywhere, I present to you the Donut USB Drive, available from Vavolo.com for $29.99! Vavolo presents the latest USB2.0 Flash Drive Customized Series- Strawberry donut 1Gb, with chiseled exterior, tasty donut in appearance, it’s not just merely provides storage solution, but also an eye-catching artware. Crafted with advanced storage technology, formed in a unique, personalized, premium design make you enjoy the enhanced design and improved functionality which just for you. it have everything you desire in the ear of customized flash storage solution.
It is able to work with desktop, laptop as long as a USB 2.0 or 1.1 USB port available, fully USB Plug&Play, high performance in data transfer rate, maximal data transfer rate up to 480Mpbs. It offer a stable, quick way to exchange or share data, such as music files, videos, digital photos, training or business presentations.
* Strawberry donut design
* Stylish, eye-catching
* 1Gb internal capacity
* USB 2.0, 1.1 specification compliance.
* USB Plug&Play
* Hi-speed and stable data transferring.
* Power supply: DC+5 Volts supplied by USB port.
The Fish ‘N’ Flush is a 2.5 gallon aquarium that replaces your regular ceramic tank. It consists of two pieces: the actual fill tank, and the aquarium, which surrounds the fill tank for the “fish in your toilet” effect. This is great product for the pocket fishermen and people who can’t keep pet fish alive (as it comes conveniently located atop a fish cemetery). It was designed by Richard Quintana in 2005 and retails for $300.00.
I gave up driving for life in Manhattan’s concrete jungle nearly twenty years ago, and lord knows I don’t miss it. But if I lived in a place where I had to start driving again, and I had a one and a half million dollars to spend on a car, I’d like to drive this car right here.
Here’s the most metal desk accessory I could find on the web right at this moment: a Dragon Head Staple Remover by designer Jac Zagoory!
Buckminster Fuller Invented This Rad Car!
Those of you that read this blog with regularity will know that most weekends, Geoffrey and I take what we call an “Urban Field Trip” so that we have an excuse to leave the house. This Past Sunday we visited the Buckminster Fuller exhibit at the Whitney Museum. I admit that I did not know much (i.e. practically anything) about Fuller before we decided to go see the exhibit. I had the vague feeling that Fuller was some kind of philosopher or spiritualist, so I did a little surfing on the Google before we hit the museum. What I discovered is that Buckminster Fuller was a “Visionary designer, philosopher, poet, inventor, engineer, and advocate of sustainability, and one of the great transdisciplinary thinkers of the last century with a legacy that extends to nearly every field of the arts and sciences.” Wow!
He Also Had His Own Postage Stamp!
I can hardly even get my head around that sentence let alone the vast scope of Fuller’s work. I even joked to Geoffrey how mind blowing it is to think that Fuller was involved in the realization of all of this heavy, futuristic stuff every minute of the day, while most of my deepest thoughts revolve around what I’m going to eat and what entertaining programs are on TV. We were truly awed. After the museum we had delicious food at our favorite Cuban restaurant in Chelsea, and that is always fun.
The Buckminster Fuller Exhibit, Starting With The Universe, runs at the Whitney through September 13, 2008. Do go!