If you’re keen to rid yourself of that jangling, high school janitor-style keychain, the Keysmart 2.0 can do it. Your keys will instead be nested in a compact, aluminum, Swiss Army knife-style frame that will prevent key jabs to the thigh and that dreaded jangle. Made in Chicago, USA.
This is the story of an American boy raised by his terrorist father, El-Sayyid Nosair—the man who planned the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center. But contrary to popular wisdom, the boy (& now author) Zak Ebrahim did not evolve into a radicalized terrorist himself but rather developed an ideology of peace, empathy, & tolerance.
The Nomad upgrades your Apple USB wall plug into a backup charging unit that gives you 70% more battery. It automatically charges your phone first then it charges up the reserve. It’s super small, too, not even twice the size of your Apple USB nug. Smart!
Author Walter Isaacson wrote the blockbusting, best-selling biography Steve Jobs but definitely not the straight-to-DVD movie starring what’s his face. Now Isaacson is back with another tale of American innovation, chronicling the weirdos & wizards who brought us computers and the Internet.
Laser-cut, no-sew, ultra-wicking. Running gear is high-tech and most of it looks as futuristic as the technology used to make it. But not Tracksmith’s gear. The Massachusetts based run brand in a 100-year old textile mill use performance fabrics and designs but they also make running T’s out of a cotton/rayon blend, toning down the tech with a refreshing dose of classic style.
Escaping into the wilderness is much more enjoyable than facing the realities of today. Especially when you’ve built a cool hideout. And that’s what this book celebrates: contextual architecture, also known as hideouts, cabins, and summer homes in places where peace & quiet do not require a prescription.
Plug your Flux Capacitor car charger into the lighter socket and your passenger might think your Prius is going to drive them Back to the Future. It actually won’t but it will charge two USB devices at once.
In the US, soccer has never been more popular than it is today (we checked). But back in the 70s it was much cooler. This book gives 300 pages of photographic proof that soccer wasn’t about faking injuries and gambling pools. The game’s big stars burned brighter & the games, groupies, hairdos & hooligans were just plain awesomer.
As the lead guitarist of Aerosmith for nearly 50 years, Joe Perry has some stories. In this new rockstar tell-all, he tells 416-pages worth.
Some would say that Benny Binion, creator of the World Series Of Poker, was just a gambling scumbag. But that would leave out the cool stuff about also being a cowboy, a gangster, a casino owner, and a killer who earned himself not just underworld notoriety but quite a fortune as well.