Jul 1, 2000

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Keyboard with iPod Dock

Keyboard with iPod Dock
The popular gaming peripheral maker, Razer, will soon be releasing a keyboard with a built-in iPod dock. It's likely to cost $99 and will have a number of programmable keys and will almost certainly be USB 2.0.

It's no secret the Razer has some big plans for the future. In addition to their increasing presence in the gaming mouse market they have a audio equipment and a gaming keyboard on the way. Though these are big moves for a company which has made its name for making nothing except gaming mice, there is more on the way.

Razer Pro|Solutions is an offshoot of Razer which is an attempt to use Razer's design in a professional atmosphere. As it turns out, high-end mice are not only good for gaming, but also for applications like CAD and graphic design. Paint the products a new color, add a new website and, there you go, Razer Pro. In addition to catering to the professional, one look at Razer Pro makes it obvious that these products are for Apple fans as well.

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GizoogleYo, Gizoogle is a new search engine ta finf yo shiznit. Tha fun pizzle is that Gizoogle translates tha page excerpts into gangsta-speak.

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monster engine

this made the rounds a while back, but in case you didn't catch it, Monster Engine is a fantastic site (& book) that shows what children's drawings would look like if they were painted realistically...



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Top 10 Coolest Alarm Clocks

Ahh…the love-hate relationship that we all have with our alarm clocks. Why endure those harsh buzzing noises every morning when you could make things just a little more interesting? Here are some of the coolest alarm clocks available via the web that could spice up the first few minutes of your everyday life.

The Kuku Alarm Clock

Kuku Alarm Clock
At your set time, the clock begins laying its little eggs and starts chirping away. Unless you return all the eggs into the basket, it won’t stop buzzing! A great way to exercise your drowsy brain. And definitely makes waking up to work a little more fun!
Get the Kuku Alarm Clock

The Jigsaw Puzzle Alarm Clock

Jigsaw Puzzle Alarm Clock
Alarm sounded! Wanna shut that dreaded noise off? Sorry, gotta complete the puzzle first. The puzzle pieces fires out from the clock at the set time, and by the time you manage to piece back the puzzles, I bet you would be quite awake.
Get the Jigsaw Puzzle Alarm Clock

The Drag Racing Alarm Clock

Drag Racing Alarm Clock
Love engine revs and spinning tires? This one’s for you. The clock comes complete with working temperature and humidity gauges, lighted dial and staging lights. At the set time, the clock begins revving and warming up, the staging lights start going off in sequence and finally “VROOM!”, the scream of an 8,000 horsepower wakes you up feeling all ready to take on the world!
Get the Drag Racing Alarm Clock

The iPod Alarm Clock

iPod Alarm Clock
What’s better than waking up to your favorite song on your iPod? Loud songs, gradually loudening songs, or even birds chirping, your pick. The clock also features a cool dock, stereo speakers and a built-in FM/AM radio.
Get the Hammacher Schlemmer iPod Alarm Clock

The Floating Message Alarm Clock

Floating Message Alarm Clock
This neat alarm clock flashes eight LEDs at 16 times per seconds to display a constant 200 characters message in the air. Perfect for waking up your significant other with a naughty message or two.
Get the Brookstone Floating Message Alarm Clock

The Sight, Sound and Scent Alarm Clock

Sight, Sound and Scent Alarm Clock
Thirty-minutes before your wake-up time, the light on this clock gradually brightens, while releasing faint aromatherapy scents and producing soft nature sounds. And finally at the set time, a buzzer sounds to make sure you wake up. If the combined “sight”, “sound” and “scent” is still unable to wake up you, I guess an extra “kick” from your family members would be required.
Get the Hammacher Schlemmer Peaceful Progression Wake Up Clock

The Hide-and-Seek Alarm Clock

Hide-and-Seek Alarm Clock
How about a little game of hide-and-seek every morning? Every time you hit the snooze button, the clock rolls off to hide. And when the alarm sounds again, you would have no choice but to get up and seek out the clock to off it for good.
Get the Clocky Hide-and-Seek Alarm Clock

The Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock

Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock
The Axbo alarm clock analyzes your sleeping stage via the wireless wristband, and decides an appropriate time that is close to your set time to wake you up. It is claimed that waking up at the right time this way could let you wake up feeling more refreshed.
Get the SleepTracker Alarm Watch

The Projection Alarm Clock

Projection Alarm Clock
This Ferrari-branded alarm clock is able to project a logo of our favorite horse together with the current time onto the wall or ceiling. Interesting twist to time-reading! And when it’s time to wake up, the clock greets you with the sweet sound of a Ferrari roar. Better if you got the real deal sitting outside your house waiting.
Get the Ferrari FSP301_Maranello Projection Alarm Clock

The Wooden Alarm Clock

Wooden Alarm Clock
The time on this clock seems to mysteriously appear on its smooth wooden surface. But it is in fact being shone through a layer of wood that is very thin. With no visible controls and buttons, the clock is perfect for minimalist lovers.
Get the Wooden Alarm Clock

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Ugliest dog "SAM" had to go

Ugliest dog

"SAM passed away on Friday, November 18. News traveled very quickly, and Susie received emails from around the world expressing condolences, and many expressing how SAM had affected their lives. There has truly been an outpouring of love. SAM touched people in very different ways, from eliciting almost uncontrollabe laughter to being a little frightened. "

Should I be sad? I am kind of happy that there is now way in heaven or hell that this dog will cross my path while i am alive.
LINK to website / Link to BLOG

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Rubber Band Gatling Gun

Rubber Band Gatling Gun
This looks like fun.
Hand crafted in the USA, this limited edition rubber band machine gun is about as over the top as it gets. Using a mechanism similar to the famous Gatling Gun of the old west, it stands 44 inches from the handle to the tip of its barrels.

The turret spins effortlessly through 360 degrees, and will tilt from 45 degrees up to 22 degrees down, so tracking a fast moving target is a breeze. Winding the handle spins the barrels and fires off the bands, and it has a fire rate of 560 rounds per minute, though you can fire off all 144 rounds in just 12 seconds if the mood takes you. Re-loading takes between 10 to 30 minutes - there's a lot of bands to load.

The gun comes with a free bag of 200 bands, and it's handmade by a good old Texan (of course) out of replenishable poplar pine. Because it's handmade and a limited edition, there are very few of these around (which is probably a good thing!).

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Pianographique is a multimedia instrument, each letter on the keyboard sets off a sound and an animation.

Great audio/visual timewaster.

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The Music Pole

Music PoleThe MUSICPOLE MIDI Controller is a brand new musical instrument.

You don't strike the keys of the MUSICPOLE like you would a piano, you stroke the keys like a slide guitar player. By sliding your thumb you can create all the different scales.

The 12 musical keys are labelled around the top of the MUSICPOLE. The MUSICPOLE's key's are arranged symmetrically, like the circle of fifths. The MUSICPOLE is a 3 octave keyboard. The keys have the same black and white scheme as piano. All keys are labeled with their proper note names.

The MUSICPOLE's keys are triggered by special "thumbletz" you wear on your thumbs (thumbletz are made out of conductive fabric. They slide like silk over the keys of the MUSICPOLE).
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