This little bag from Poler does double duty, functioning as both a camera bag and a cooler. Since few of us use real cameras, just stick your phone in the front pocket then stuff in as many beers as you can fit, which looks like about 4 or 5.
The Count Of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas is a heroic literary classic. If you haven’t read it yet, you never will. But if you want to hear the true-life tale of the real Count, read this new book that reveals he was the son of a black slave and rose to prominence in the military during the French Revolution.
Apple didn’t really have to do much to improve upon their signature white, pretty-much-crap earbuds. But at the official launch today, it appears they did quite a lot. Now called “earpods” the upgraded buds feature a more directional, dual-grill design for better sound quality and will come standard with new iPod, Nano, and iPhone 5 models.
50 years after the release of his debut album, master songsmith Bob Dylan is back with a fresh record. Tempest features ten all-new tunes from the legendary singer-man with the voice like sand and glue.
Since the development of wooden boards, man has been building incredibly functional shelves with little more than a piece of wood. Here is a new, compact variation of the “shelf” big enough to hold your phone that features a cool wall mount bracket and a magnetic strip to hold your keys underneath.
Sure, arcade games were fun before you learned that the best games are played in the dark. This arcade inspired switch replaces the standard type and features the other kind of joystick plus a pair of noise making buttons. Turn it off and have some fun.
What do the movies A Clockwork Orange, Full Metal Jacket, 2001: A Space Odyssey, & The Shining have in common? They were all directed by Stanley Kubrick. So maybe you’d like to see a restored Blu-ray version of his first-ever feature film, Fear & Desire, an art movie disguised as a war flick in what would become Kubrick’s signature style.
American-made Hardcore Hatchets are pretty cute but they’re built for doing ugly work. American hickory handles and forged steel heads make jobs like chopping off turkey heads and splitting logs super easy.
It’s hard to believe there was an actual person behind the persona of cowboy movie star John Wayne but this new hardcover photography book seems to suggest so. It contains 225 photos ranging from movie stills to more intimate personal and family photos of an ironclad American icon.
All you need is one outlet and this happy little portable power unit lets you juice up four devices at once: Two USB ports and two grounded three-prong plugs. If you don’t find that absolutely thrilling, try sticking a paperclip in one of the outlets.