So what we've got here are some relatively good looking skull speakers. As is evident from the photograph they glow blue when you turn them on and look like a cyclops with half its eye in its nose. As is not evident from the photograph, they cost $71.75 a pair and there's a matching webcam available. You know, I think they'll look pretty good in my pirate-themed office. Well, except I don't have a pirate-themed office. Hell, I don't even have an office. What I do have is a tapeworm.
skull speakers: how jack sparrow listens to his ipod [technabob]
A guy named Gomhi (who may or may not own chickens) went and made himself some speakers out of a pair of eggshells and Hi-Vi B1S drivers. As you can see, they probably remind you of boobs. Because you're a serious pervert (no amateurs here!). Blah blah blah [insert joke abou... / Continue →
Nokia recently held a promotion encouraging designers to make a pair of headphones inspired by their favorite song. The set above is entitled 'I'm Flying' and was (no joke) created in honor of R Kelly's "I Believe I can Fly", which I am now declaring a euphemism for peeing on ... / Continue →
This is a cute commercial for European-based electronics manufacturer, Loewe. The ad was designed to highlight their "extremely realistic sound", but to me it highlighted how cool a human remote-controller would be. Sorry, what was that? Haha -- you've been muted, son!
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