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Relaxing Holidays

November 30th, 2005 | by Greg

Hanging up decorations, carrying presents, high-impact shopping- the holidays are anything but relaxing. All the more reason to relieve some


Fire is Overrated

November 29th, 2005 | by Greg

Candles are great- romantic, cheap, easy lighting. They are also fire hazards, dangerous for children, pretty much useless outdoors, messy,


Tea for Two (Part 1)

November 26th, 2005 | by Greg

Put down your bags! Loose leaf teas are of higher quality, better nutritional value, and nicer flavor than pre-bagged, long-shelved


EcoBox, IceWear- Japanese Tech

November 23rd, 2005 | by Greg

You have your beautiful new iPod nano, and you’ve heard all of the fuss about the insanely scratchprone body, screen,


New Robodog, Old Tricks

November 22nd, 2005 | by Greg

It scares children. It looks like a bizarre, almost-Cronenberg creation. It can serve as a robotic guardian. It’s Robopet, one


A Talking, Thinking Pen

November 18th, 2005 | by Greg

The first time you use a Leapfrog Fly, it’s hard to believe that it works. Millions of dollars were spent


Headset for Pros- Gamers Rejoice!

November 14th, 2005 | by Greg

Detachable, adjustable headband? Check. Pull-out microphone? Check. USB adapter, ensuring trouble-free connection to Macs and PCs, Windows 98/ME/ ....


Dock the Halls

November 13th, 2005 | by Greg

The ad copy goes like this: “An amplified extension of your iPod, the inMotion iM5 mobile audio dock replaces headphone


One Robot to Rule Them All

November 12th, 2005 | by Greg

The other day, I realized that we were a long way off from robots controlling the world, and became very


Cirque du Sleep

November 11th, 2005 | by Greg

We have to admit to finding the title a tad pretentious as well. But please, look past the French, because



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