Let’s hope you didn’t get any of these gadgets in your Christmas stocking. Watching an episode of the BBC’s Rip Off Britain over the holiday, they listed five particularly useless bits of technology.
This bit of fun caught my eye over the weekend – an iPhone stand made from a silver fork and spoon.
According to Toxel.com, this design is constructed from 10mm thick sheet metal, by HŠH architects.
Bascially, I agree with Alice, on Electro-ramblings – and favour a simple, direct digital approach to the matter. make it stylish and cool, and you have a winner. Just like the Black & White clock.
Maybe we should make a new setuies: Made By Students. Please do not try this one at home.
Our Made By Masters series looks at modern design classics in the making and, kicking off with a mobile phone, the first Made By Masters is… …the Motorola RAZR. Its distinctive looks and small size, combined with reasonable(ish) functionality earn it a place in our newly constructed and rather makeshift Pantheon.
Renown for its pranks, hacks, the MIT community also puts on a great show of support for the Boston Red Sox — to wit this light display last night from the Green Building on Campus for the opening game of the World Series. The Red Sox went on to a record…
Today is a happy day for engineers everywhere. Well at least for those of us of a certain vintage. HP is introducing a retro model of its first hand-held scientific calculator, the HP-35, to mark the 35th anniversary of HP Labs and the calculator’s introduction. Least I…