Monday, April 15, 2024
By David Ponce While most of us concern ourselves with the latest XM/RIAA lawsuit, other people busy themselves re-inventing the old classic in completely different ways. The BookRadio is a project by Vinay Venkatraman & Pei Yu from the...

By Andrew Liszewski In a large city a bicycle is a cheap and efficient means of transportation but at the same time riding the crowded streets can be a bit hair-raising. Things can become downright dangerous at night which is...
By David Ponce With all the hoopla over Bluray and HD-DVD, people tend to forget that there are other methods for storing data... like tape. Yeah, yeah, I know that tape doEsn't have the same applications as optical disks,...
By Andrew Liszewski I originally saw these two motorcycle concepts in the lower hall of the North American International Auto Show this year in Detroit. Unfortunately while the models were only about 12 inches in length they still looked pretty...
By Andrew Liszewski From the same design studio responsible for that glass toaster that has been making the rounds of the gadget community (you know, the one that doesn't actually get hot enough to toast?) comes something a bit more...
By David Ponce The good folks at RevoPower claim they're re-inventing the wheel. And, let me tell you, I'm wanting to believe them. Here's the deal. You take your current bicycle (be it a mountain bike, a...

By David Ponce It's fun to look back. Like, when you find out just how far we've come. In the picture here, you see an ad for a 10MB hard drive, back in 1980. It's a refurbished...
By David Ponce The mid-90's... Those were the days, man. The Net was upon us, extracting hordes of BBSers from the dark and dank world of ASCII, and paving the way for countless soon-to-be has-been dotcommers. Duke...

By Andrew Liszewski Are blimps and airships really an effective way of advertising? Well that's debatable since I imagine when most people hear the name Goodyear they think of the blimp well before they think of the tires. That will...