Gizmodo has a nifty guide to snagging the perfect HDTV for this Sunday’s Super Bowl. They offer three picks, ranging from roughly $1,300 to $6,000 in price.
We’re looking to purchase a button-hole video camera, but need some help. This type of camera has a lens that can be disguised behind a button and the rest of the apparatus worn on the body. There’s so many to choose from on the web and we’re not sure where to start.
- Consumer Reports tests show that manufacturer claims can be a poor guide to how well a humidifier will work. Several small tabletop models fell well short of their claimed output and might not raise the humidity to the desired level.
The article gives advice about cleaning and maintenance as well as information about noise level, operating costs, and a comparison of the different types of humidifiers. Yay for moisture. —MEGHANN MARCO
“Readers who bought electronics products online were happier than those who bought at stores. That was the case for every product category we have data about. It proved especially true for digital cameras, audio gear, camcorders, DVD players, and digital video recorders. The top overall e-tailer was Crutchfield, closely followed by Costco.com, BuyDig.com, Amazon, Buy.com, and JR.com.”
If you’re looking for a new credit card, take a peek at the new Citi AMEX Diamond Preferred Rewards Card.
Have you ever taken your bannana to work, only to open your lunch sack and find the fruit bruised and squidgy?
…but he doesn’t “like like” it.
IKEA’s BULLA transcends the common sad sack to become a laundry bag worthy of accolade.
Heathens that we are, we’re late to this story (gawd, so Andrew Sullivan is above us on the tip stream?) but we like religious themed sleepwear too much to ignore it out of pride, which is a sin, btw. One of the seven deadly.
Now that the heat wave has broken, celebrate your return to wearing clothes with a new shirt from Gawker shop, now $4 off.
Ever the guardians of commerce, we had to bring your attentions to the latest addition to the Gawker t-shirt stable.
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In days of yore, you could just slap a knave across the face with a glove and challenge him to a man-duel. Now, we must resort to technology deployed in a highly controlled “game” scenario. That’s where our Christmas wish comes in, Daddy. The R/C Laser Shock Tanks. It’s like remote-control laser tag. If that weren’t sweet enough, every direct hit you score inflicts lets loose a shock through the controller into your opponent’s wrists.
Threadless has added a delicious layer of imperialism to their communist t-shirt direct democracy by launching Threadless Select. A more premium line of tees, by premium artists, at premium prices. The oligarchy is upon us, upon our chests, and we’re paying for it. Oh well, the shirts seem neat enough.