DailyCandy: Greeting cards are so passé. E-cards? Totally tacky. Singing telegrams work only in the movies, and skywriting is bad for the environment. How in the world are you supposed to get your message across? Well, we’re
Engadget: One day in the future, we’re sure that everyone will be strong, good-looking and above-average. But today, given that 16 percent of American children aged 12-19 are overweight according to the Centers for Disease Control and
UberPhones: Just in case the m300 looks familiar, your brain probably remembered Samsung’s prototype cellphone watch instead which was never released commercially. The m300 GSM cellphone watch is the first one out in the market, with features
Gizmodiva: It’s Kitty’s world, folks. We just live in it. Though for guarding purpose dogs are the best options over cats. The canines are alert and scary (at least when needed) as opposed to the felines who
FutureWire: Bytes, a new cafe in the UK town of Canterbury (of Chaucer fame), is making a name for itself with its high-tech ordering system. Aside from helping Bytes save money on wait staff and menu printing,
The Cool Hunter: Who would have thought a dental clinic could be this cool? The 10,180-square-foot clinic (called KU64 after its Kurfürstendamm address) is located in Berlin and was designed by the hot firm, GRAFT, the same
Post-Gazette.com: Maybe the writers finally ran out of ideas for the MasterCard “Priceless” ads. That’s what it looked like earlier this year when they sat an actor down in a chair and had him type out empty
New Business Ideas/Opportunities Featured In This Issue: SERVICES Artistic Babysitters Artist/sitters arrive (on time) toting toys and supplies, guaranteeing hours of creative play. The on-call babysitting service is staffed entirely by working actors, musicians and visual artists.
Cool Hunting: Fruitree is a concept piece designed by Chia Shee Loh, Antonietta Fortunato and Elena Godenzi. They were motivated to solve the out of sight, out of mind problem with fruit that goes uneaten and spoils.
Iconoculture: When the choice between babysitters is a 16-year-old with text-message OCD or the Next Big Thing on the New York art scene, parents are keeping Sitters in the City on speed dial. The on-call babysitting service
KioskMarketplace: Calling Get & Go Express an “unmanned c-store” might be a bit misleading. It not only doesn’t have a staff, but the goods are all stocked in machines facing outward. What’s more, it doesn’t have tobacco,