Every year we make a gingerbread house. This year...not gonna happen. So, I'm going to be a bad mommy and let my kid decorate a virtual gingerbread house on this site. Very fun, although not as tasty.
This flip-up, credit card sized light is powered by a small cell which switches on to create a real glow wherever you are. Designed by Jyun Jin Yoon and Eun Hak Lee.
This totally affordable ($39) Ikea laptop workstation is pretty cute. Includes strategically-placed cable outlets and a lock + key.
For a limited time, you can relive your 80s arcade days and purchase a customizable Old School Gaming table through cool hunting for $2800. The arcade table is loaded with pacman, space invaders, donkey kong, galaga and 44 other video games of yesteryear.
This simple white clock by Alvin Aronson is made with corian, wood, and metal mechanics. The numbers fade in and out of the white box. Get more info from his website here.
These cute little speakers are battery-powered and water-resistant so you can take in the bath, outside, or anywhere. $58 from MollaSpace.
Eons ago I had a co-worker who was SO fussy with the temperature. I mean space heaters, fans, shawls, moaning & groaning, the works. I hope she stumbles across this new item from Herman Miller. This contraption lets you control the climate in your own personal space. Using advanced
thermal electric technology (I don't know what that is either), it offers both heating and cooling
settings so you can stay comfortable no matter who's in charge of the
room thermostat. It also intercepts particles like pollen, dust and pet dander.
Maybe v2 will include a taser feature for stunning unwelcome people who venture into your cubicle.
"Belkin’s new Laptop Hideaway is stylish storage that keeps your laptop
and accessories accessible, organized, protected and out of the way.
Its large handle allows you to easily carry your laptop, power cord,
and magazines from room to room."
Splendid Vinyl allows you to personalize your laptop with cool vinyl decals ($9 - $15).
I don't know about you, but sometimes my cell phone is pretty uncomfortable. Like when I'm yammering with my BFF and my ear turns to cauliflower. These headsets from Yumbz make talking on your cell phone a little more comfortable (although pretty conspicuous). Available for $45 in red or black from the Curiosity Shoppe. I will wait for the princess phone edition. I used to REALLY want one of those things.