Sunday, January 24, 2010

Black Macbook or White Macbook?

A couple of friends have traded keys on their Mac books to cool effect.

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Kitchen Computer Build

A DIY Kitchen Touch Screen Project


Read the details at The iPhone Inspired DIY Kitchen Touch Screen Project

Sugru - Silicone 'clay' for hacking stuff

This waterproof, flexible new material comes in a range of colors and sticks other stuff. Really good for repair work or creating special parts. 

Currently sold out.

As seen on New silicone 'clay' lets consumers modify troublesome products - Springwise

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Google Wave

Still have some Google Wave invites to give away.

Solar-powered flying machine

A designer is planning to revolutionize air travel with a solar-powered balloon. The Aerolabe is being designed based on the energy efficiency of birds, though I think one version looks more like a fish swimming through the air.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Here's your flying car!

Introducing the Transition®. Simply land at the airport, fold your wings up and drive home.

Monday, January 4, 2010

Dominoes everywhere for the holidays

Musical Dominoes!

Dominoes Everywhere for the holidays from Jared Lyon on Vimeo.

Just a quick follow-up to my initial domino video to say season's greetings and happy new year.

With this second video I wanted to be more personal, but I also really wanted to see if I could get the dominoes to hit bells and play a song.

And of course, there's no better time of year for bell songs than the holiday season. I specifically chose "Carol of the Bells" because it's not just a Christmas song. Believe it or not, its origin goes back to an old pagan New Year's chant from the Ukraine.

So with that, I hope you enjoy it, and again happy holidays.

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Happy 2010 - Where's my flying car?

2010 has arrived, but where is the technology we were promised when they talked about the future at primary school. Sure we have seen a lot of technology developed in the last 40 years, but where is the flying car and the shopping mall on the moon? I guess they are not that important. What gadgets do you want to for Christmas 2010? Put in your wish list now and let's see if the inventors can design and make them this year.

LiveScience has a list of 10 Profound Innovations Ahead.