So you want a rotary telephone.
You don't want a cheap plastic copy. You don't want it to be $300. You don't want it to be a sickly green, to have a nicotine patina, or be otherwise ghastly. You want…
Shuttle, purveyor of the shoebox-sized gaming PCs that can, announced its CES itinerary today. Here are the highlights:
• The first Intel Core i7 small form factor: Shuttle’s H7 5800 was first unveiled at Intel’s recent press event, and will
One maker of sexualized children's toys has gotten a judge to crush another, on the grounds that Bratz' creator violated its copyright and probably came up with the idea on Mattel time.
A judge on Wednesday granted an injunction sought
There is some cursing by soldiers in this video, which you'll want to watch with sound to hear the tremendous
Joey Roth, creator of the excellent Sorapot tea-brewing tube, is hosting a
Sorapot has been out for half a year now, and many of my customers are designers, artists, engineers, and other creative people. You’ve given me extremely
HP now officially offers its Mini 1000 netbook with mobile broadband, through its online store's configurator. From its press release:
The method of activating WWAN on the Mini 1000 is with HP Connection Manager 1.1. HP Connection Manager provides a
If you need a break from the 8-bit sounds of this year's Blip Festival, here's a great suggestion: come meet Peter Kirn (of
Create Digital Music
), Rob Beschizza and me at our quite unofficial "32-bit Drinkup" on Friday night…
David Pogue at the
was among the most blunt of those who slammed the Storm. The response, he writes, is denial from RIM itself and a hundred-ish letters in his mailbag from customers who agree with him. Here's just…
Photo: Matt Beldyk, who is also Captain Otterpants.
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Things - Edith Kollath Creates Books that Breathe
These wonderful heaving tomes, like props from a
movie, were created by Edith Kollath. They are on view at the
Dam, Stuhltrager Gallery