12 Dec 2005

Kitty Sing

Shiny Shiny: Here’s some Hello Kitty irony for you: she has no mouth – but two of the newest additions to her ever-growing gadget kingdom have features for those of us doomed to open ours from time
12 Dec 2005

Seasonal Outdoor Lighting

Entrepreneur: Bob Martin and his employee-turned-partner, Larry Jones, couldn’t help but notice the attention they were receiving as they put up their first client’s Christmas display. “We had 25-foot toy soldiers, a 40-foot arch going across the
11 Dec 2005

Shop with Phone

PSFK: The End of Shopping is here. The barcode scanning technology, mentioned in that Times article Guy touched on, actually exists and If you have a camera phone and either T-Mobile or Cingular, you can download the
11 Dec 2005

Smart Ass Underwear

Straight.com Vancouver: Think of it as giving your girlfriend her own personal thong song: new locally made Smart Ass underwear flashes a saying at its back T-bar every time she bends over in her low-cut jeans. The
11 Dec 2005

Page-turn Ads

TechRepublic Blog: CNET has recently launched page-turn ad units. Here’s a sample, the Circuit City ad. It’s interactive without being in-your-face like interstitial ads or the ads that take over part of the page. You can browse
11 Dec 2005

Seeing Possibilities

we make money not art: NEC has developed a 0.3-millimeter (0.012-inch) thick, foldable battery to be used in cards or clothes, leading to new possibilities such as people walking through ticket gates with fare passes in their
10 Dec 2005

360 with the Rampboard

Vertech Industries: Snowboarding is easier to learn than skateboarding. On average a skateboarder will need at least six years of practice before attempting to ride a VertRamp with any degree of skill. A snowboarder is able ride
10 Dec 2005

Condo Hotels

BusinessWeek: When Keith and Kimberly Hartke heard that the Fontainebleau Resort in Miami Beach was building a new condominium tower, they were ready to buy, quickly plunking down $600,000 for a 1,000-square-foot one-bedroom unit. Keith had vacationed

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10 Dec 2005

Moist Granola

Fort Worth Business Press: Justin Avery Anderson, 18, came up with the idea for his product, Anderson Trail’s Original Premium Moist Granola, on a trip in the mountains of New Mexico when he was 16 years old.
10 Dec 2005

Loading Service

Entrepreneur: Apple Computer’s iPods are everywhere these days, and they’re hungry. Just ask Catherine Keane, 24, who started her business, HungryPod, shortly after an acquaintance offered her $500 to load his CD collection onto his iPod. Keane
7 Dec 2005

Million Dollar Home Page

News Blaze: These days, one college student in England is changing the world of real estate one pixel at a time. Sound strange? You bet it is and, in fact, it’s just strange enough to work. Alex
7 Dec 2005

Personalized Cookies

American Chronicle: Personalized cookies are the hottest new product in the highly competitive wedding, party favor, and personalized gift market – now available to dealers. Dealers and specialty Internet marketers looking for a unique new gift idea