Spring 2013 is here and you know what that means: time to toss last summer’s fluorescent YOLO shades for something a little less Weezy. The new Stone model from Portland-based Shwood eyewear looks like a great option, it features a thin veneer of slate over birch wood plus they’ve got high-quality polarized Zeiss lenses. And those are swag.
Airocide is not death by flatulence, it’s just a funny name for a serious air purifier. This was originally developed by NASA for use in the International Space Station. The technology uses tiny rings covered in Titanium Dioxide to instantly kill nearly all airborne pathogens. Unfortunately, we can’t say for sure if the aforementioned flatulence is one of those pathogens.
We can’t guarantee it will be more fun but your golf game might improve a bit if you skipped the 19th hole and did some post-play analysis. Game Golf is a wearable technology platform that tracks and stores all your key game stats like drive distance, accuracy, club choice, score, handicap, etc, & allows you to analyze, share, & compare your game with your online golf bros.
During surfing’s rapid evolution in the late 60s & into the 70s, Australian photographer John Witzig was right in there. On the beach and in the water. Documenting the rise of Australia’s first generation of innovative surfers and shapers as well as capturing the culture as it emerged, Witzig’s images are now certified classics. This new book collects hundreds of his best pics from the period.
Outside Portland city limits, nobody expects a block of wood with a horn sticking out of it to fall under “audio equipment” but in the epicenter of the American handcraft renaissance, different rules apply. A chunk of Northwest Alder wood lined with a Pendleton blanket and fitted with a Bison horn becomes a “passive amplifier.”
When you’re way out in the wild and the water supply at camp is of questionable quality, the Lifesaver Jerry Can will keep you and your cub scouts from splattering the countryside in fits of bacteria-induced sickness. The sturdy 18.5-liter Jerrycan filters & removes all bacteria, viruses, cysts, parasites, fungi & other microbial waterborne pathogens.
Because you don’t have a third hand, the flashlight often ends up clenched in your teeth. The Lapel Torch is an LED flashlight that clips to your lapel, shirt, backpack chest strap or sticks magnetically to any ferrous metal. So no more flashlight in the mouth, okay?
What’s the use of an 18-inch PC tablet that weighs 5 pounds? Honestly, we have no idea but surely someone does. The Transformer AiO is an all-in-one desktop PC that pops off its stand to become a massive tablet. It runs Windows 8 on Intel’s i3 CPU or optional i5 & i7 processors plus when it’s in tablet mode it can be switched over to run its onboard Android 4.1OS.
Until now, the story of a group of pre-internet technophile freaks who hacked into AT&T’s landline monopoly & took full advantage of the system’s million dollar flaw has remained untold. For those interested in archaic technology and the roots of “hacking”, this one’s for you
You’ve tried everything & still can’t figure out what your problem is, so now try this: buy a CubeSensor for every room in your home to automatically monitor the room’s humidity, temperature, air quality, light quality, and barometric pressure. The system recommends adjustments to these environmental factors allowing you to optimize your comfort. Shipping summer 2013.