Thursday, October 06, 2005

A neat trick to teach your cat...


Lighted Slippers!?! No way!

Check out these slippers you can buy that have built in “lights” so you can see without having to turn on the lights in the middle of the night. Yeah- uh, this is the definition of lazy if you ask me. I’m really not sure that I would fork over $39.95 for a pair of these… but could be a gift for the special person you really don’t like that much. Click here to see the product page.

Skiing in San Francisco?

Olympic ski champion Jonny Moseley and friends transformed one of San Francisco's steepest streets into a ski trick exhibition venue.

Several tons of trucked-in snow were dumped on two blocks of a street so steep that the sidewalks had to have built-in staircases. It took a few trips down the 400-foot run before the skiers hit their stride. The thousands of spectators clearly enjoyed watching them fling themselves skyward in the middle of the city.

"I think this is following in a long line of great San Francisco nuttiness."

This is freakin’ awesome! How cool would it be to watch this on the streets of sunny San Francisco? What a crazy yet cool idea. Check out the pics...

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(after)


Dude, I scratched my iPod...

So if you own an iPod, you understand that the shiny chrome back of is really cool to look at- but really easy to scratch. Check out this guy’s remedy to “remove” those scratches. It also works for the iPod Nano too. Click here to find out how.


One of the coolest websites ever...

So maybe the title of this post is a little over exaggerated- but this website really is cool. Most people have heard of the popular furniture company IKEA. Check their new website that features their products in a entirely new and different approach. It in a immersive environment that shows off different design styles of IKEA products. You’ll have to excuse the language, it's in Swedish. Click here to view the website.

(click image to launch the website)

One cool photo-opp...


An interesting pencil holder...

Not really sure the target market that this company is aiming towards...nevertheless an interesting product.