’Tis the season, when you’ve realized you have a long list of friends and loved ones to shop for, but absolutely zero ideas about what to get them. We can help. [More]
It’s December 21, shipping deadlines are winding down, and you have gifts left to arrange. What do you do? “Panic” isn’t a valid option, so here are some ideas for what you can do instead. [More]
Still don’t know what to get the people on your shopping list? Or maybe you haven’t decided what you should ask your loved ones to get you to demonstrate that they don’t hate you. Our colleagues at Consumer Reports have put together a fully interactive guide to this year’s most sought-after electronics, cars, exercise equipment, and more. [More]
Need gift ideas? Curbly user ModHomeEcTeacher has put together a list of 45 different holiday gift guides from around the web. [Curbly]
In all the Gawker Empire, only one website is as forgotten as we: lovely Fleshbot. Of course, the difference is that Fleshbot is hugely popular and we’re not, but we support our comrades all the same. We pink websites have to stick together.
Brendan I. Koerner, a filthy, treacherous rogue if ever one set lies to paper, disembowels a staple of the publishing world’s holiday half-assing it: Holiday Gift Guides. It’s an idea very similar in execution to our stunning, fully-assed efforts here at The Consumerist in our “The Bathroom Scale” series—eerily similar.
If you think about it, it’s much more efficient to tell you what sucks, rather than point out exactly what to buy this Christmas. That gives you much more freedom to gift with your own personal, somewhat antagonistic flair. (“Yes, I’ve always yearned to play the electric bagpipe, Mother!”)