If you’re the type who takes only the occasional toke, in the throes of a holiday drunk or on vacation, you better watch out for the edibles. Unlike a doobie which you can puff-puff pass, chowing down a space cake can take you on a trip to another universe. If that sounds good to you, check out this cookbook. It has recipes for cakes, cookies, brownies, everything you’ll need for you and your journeys into space.
Mobile digital TV is new. But it makes sense, right? Watch your favorite TV shows on your mobile device. RCA is now releasing a line of sleek, mobile devices that receive TV broadcasts. Think of the possibilities: never missing Monday Night Football or Deadliest Catch ever again!
Do you bring a toolbox with you on trips? No, you don’t. But, if you’ve got an ultra-slim, featherweight titanium multi-tool like this, you should be covered. It’s got a trigger-lock adjustable wrench, titanium-coated blade, hexdrivers, bottle opener and wire strippers. The blade is also removable for clearing airport security.
You might wonder why people are perfectly willing to pay so much for a Herman Miller chair … but then, you sit in one. If the bulk of your waking life is spent at a desk, staring into your computer, Herman Miller’s got your back. Literally. The SAYL has all the ergonomic features and progressive design you’d expect, but this model is lighter, less costly, and its construction is 93% recyclable.
We all know that egghead Bill Gates, but what about Microsoft’s other hero, Paul Allen? When it comes to advancing technology, there’s a reason Allen has twice been included in Time Magazine’s list of the world’s 100 most influential people. In his autobiography, Allen tells it all. From building the world’s biggest technology company to the first privately funded spacecraft to his breakthrough work in neuroscience, Allen’s ideas resound.
Nobody cares what you write in your journal. That means freedom. So write whatever you want, whenever you want. Write a song. Write a list. Write a confession. It will all be recorded for posterity between the vegetable-tanned leather covers of this 7.5 X 5-inch journal. Made in the U.S.A.
Stop dreaming and start flying. The Jetlev is a jetpack made for personal flight. Yeah, just like George Jetson, but not a cartoon. Jetlev is real. Using the thrust of pressurized water, the pack carries the pilot through the air with ease. Don’t worry about how it works; it’s really complicated, but totally safe.
It’s so slim it almost looks like a Mac made of wood, but this handmade bamboo attaché is actually a protective case for your computer. To make these cases, raw bamboo is milled-out to perfectly fit your Mac laptop. The inside is lined with soft wool felt and the handle is made from a single piece of leather. The woodgrain comes to life with a hand-rubbed Tung oil finish. Renewable materials, hand-made construction, made in the U.S.A. Very smart.
Ever heard the term “non-representational art”? If not, watch this movie for the definition. It’s a futuristic nightmare comedy, a dystopian satire. It was so bizarre in fact, director Terry Gilliam almost never saw its release. As the story goes, Universal Pictures felt the movie was too weird and delayed its release. So, Gilliam screened it for the LA Film Critics Assoc. They named it Picture Of The Year for 1985 and basically embarrassed Universal into releasing it.