The Mandylion Password Manager. $269.00. Forgetful are we? Built as a small keyring device, it can securely manage up to 50 logins, safe combinations, security codes, etc. that can be individually generated to meet the composition requirements of any login policy. Passwords can be any length up to 14 characters or namespaces. It can create passwords based on your settings for various criteria (such as length, alpha-numeric, special characters, etc.) and prompt you to change your passwords at preset time intervals…Read More
Monthly Archives: April 2005
Pores for thought.
“Stay away from me or I’ll shoot. I mean it. Get back, all of you.” “What? It’s a what? A USB Skin Sensor?”“Oh follicles!” The USB in the screen of the personal computer which is connected, with just visual inspection you did not become aware, as the blotch, the wrinkle and texture et cetera can be verified politely…In addition, because also the scope for the hair has belonged, also hair check of the man is possible. Has shampoo method met?…Read More
Hum n’ Save.
The Hummer Piggy Bank. $39.95. Yeah well, what better way to save for those gigantic fuel bills, than with a coin guzzling piggy bank? Makes sense to me. Realistic, scale-model HUMMER with working headlights, taillights and sound effects is an electronic bank that tallies quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies. Open the HUMMER’s sunroof to reveal a cleverly hidden coin slot. The front wheels spin and lights flash when you make a deposit. Pop the hood to view a blue backlit…Read More
The Pet Umbrella. $15.29. “You so much as snigger softly mate, an’ I’ll rip your ankles off, y’hear?” The Pet Umbrella keeps your pet dry and comfortable in rain, sleet or snow. Features include a clear oblong arc trimmed with classic plaid waterproof fabric and ergonomic, angled handle with padded comfort grip. An umbrella leash with hook attaches easily and quickly to your bet’s collar or harness. Clear umbrella body allows full view of pet.Read More
The Naval Safety Center. A lot of scary photos of dangerous stuff. Just to show how accidents happen. Worth a look for the education if nothing else.Read More
SugarCRM. Wow an Open Source CRM package that looks as though it’ll compete head on with Siebel et al? Plus hosted options too? Hmm… Sugar Open Source is an enterprise class CRM application for managing mission-critical interactions related to sales, marketing, services and support. Sugar Open Source is the perfect solution for companies who desire an effective core CRM solution that offers no professional support, or would like to evaluate Sugar Suite before acquiring Sugar Professional.Read More
The Eight Bag Caddie. $39.95. Husbands – wife moaning about not having a car, or grieving over a recently departed poodle? Voila, a 2 in 1 solution. The caddie rolls smoothly on two hard rubber wheels and holds a total of eight shopping bags that can be placed onto individual holding rungs. Because the weight of the bags is distributed evenly across the caddie’s wheel base, it will not pull to one side or tip over while in use.Read More
The Williams F1 Force Feedback Wheel. You’ll never get to drive a real one unless your name sounds something like Alonso Enzo Marinelli, but at least you can pretend. And for just £59.99. Experience every bump, jolt and crash with astonishing realism Control the force and adjust the Resistance Level to suit your style Three Air-Cooled Motors deliver realistic feedback Four Wheel-Mounted Paddles and Sequential StickRead More
We got us a convoy.
The ME2 Convoy 88 electric truck. $8118.00. The narrowest delivery vehicle in the world at 88cm? Don’t leave it outside your shop at night dude, just park it between the shelves and plug it in. No need to worry about parking space. You can contain it in your shop or store after your business hours. Also no need to worry about its driving performance. This size is achieved by developing the characteristic of low gravity center of electric vehicles. You can drive it…Read More
The Hugs Shirt. The Ferret prefers his hugs bear style not virtual, but the F+R Hugs Shirt is bound to enthuse legions of eager young things anxious for a textile caress. Oh yes. [via the rather delicious We Make Money….] F+R Hugs is a wearable system that allows to feel the physical closeness of a distant loved one, bringing the pleasant sensation of a hug to body and mind. Is designed to satisfy a desire shared by many people: communicate emotions to distant people…Read More
The Bug-Off BBQ Light. $24.99. No bugs, just beef. Or chicken. By emitting a low-frequency, ultrasonic sound, this lightweight, portable light repels mosquitoes while simultaneously illuminating a 20-foot-square area around an outdoor barbecue grill or picnic table. To ward off mosquitoes, switch the device to either of three levels of ultrasonic sounds, which repel female mosquitoes (the biters) by imitating their natural enemies. (The sound will not harm pets or children.)Read More
Quffs. Religious icons for the Starbucks age? $8.49. Function – the Quff protects the hand from a hot cup and absorbs the moisture from cold/iced beverages, eliminating wet hands or water rings on a desk or table from the sweating cup/glass/can. Environmentally Friendly – the Quff replaces wasteful paper sleeves and double-cupping for hot drinks. Comfortable – the Quff is 100% cotton with insulbrite or thinsulate insulation. It is soft and quiet, and allows for easy grip of cup, can or…Read More
Vidiac Networks. Appears to be a free home for video content for all-comers. How do they make enough money to cover the bandwidth then? Vidiac is an Internet broadcast company that helps web site owners create video communities. We leverage our infrastructure and sponsorship relationships so that site owners can quickly create their own “Internet TV Channel”. Users create and upload the video content and site owners are given tools to moderate and manage their site’s content.Read More
The Karpov Grandmaster. $189.95. The first computer chess game that stomps off in a huff if you win. And sniggers loudly when you lose a piece. What? Oh sorry, that’s Version 2.0. The unique auto sensory feature allows you to gently raise a piece from one square and place it on the next, and the game will automatically sense your movement! we have included two LCD windows, one on each side of the board with individual controls panels so one or two people may…Read More
Giant Border Guard binoculars. Guaranteed to stop Mrs Miggins at number 35 twitching the curtains when you’re flexing your pecs. Rotweillers not included. $3,250.00. Loaded with features like oversized, individually focusing diopters, reticle scales with rangefinder, interpupillary adjustment, slide-out sun shades, objective/ocular lens covers, top headrest. Filter set, canvas cover and original factory docs. Anti-foggingRead More