Tuesday, March 27, 2007

The Move to Digital

Here is a neat little device. It answers the question of "How can I convert my old movies, cassettes, 8-tracks, reel-to-reel, vinyl and other 'old school' forms of media to a digital format"? Anything that uses traditional RCA connections for audio and video out hook up to this neat little device. It will automatically convert your files to audio or digital video straight to your iPod. Or, you can plug in a USB Drive and convert your files there. Either way, it's easy to use and completely up to you. One-Touch Any-Media

Thursday, March 15, 2007

Caveman Memory

No doubt that the Geico Caveman has one of these in his laptop case. Carved from 100% real wood, these USB drives are guaranteed ice-breakers at your next corporate (yawn) retreat. If you have to use sneakernet to transfer files, might as well get in touch with your caveman self and do it old school. USB DRIVES.

Wednesday, March 7, 2007

Tervis Tumblers!

You may remember these wonderful items from your childhood days. Maybe not. Either way, don't forget about this classic American invention. The insulated glass! Keeps your coffee hot and your ice tea nice and cool. Available with many different patch inset designs or, create your own and have the fine folks at Tervis make you some custom glass ware! Made of high-impact plastic so they are extra durable. A hint though: Don't wash them in the diswasher! They haze. Enjoy a classic today. TERVIS

Thursday, March 1, 2007

Flashlight's, simplified.

OK, this one is a slam dunk. I'll make it really easy for you all. You will never realize you need a flashlight, until you need one. Then what? GO buy that crumby piece of plastic from the local nickel snatcher? The Size "D", low light output battery eater? Heck no. Buy one flashlight once and for all. The best there are, Streamlight. Law enforcement, government and fire all use Streamlight. Why? Because they are bright, durable, last forever and, most importantly, work! STREAMLIGHT