These are the conceptual Sneaker Speakers designed by Ray Kingston. They're Bluetooth enabled, battery powered external speakers that can be worn over a shoe. Why anybody would need music coming from their ankles is beyond me, but maybe some folks have REALLY short friends. Me? My only friend is the sock I drew a face on. "The one you put on your wiener and pretend to talk to?" You know about that? "You get drunk and ramble a lot." That I do, that I do. Here's a picture of my shoes this morning. Full disclosure: I have no clue what that stain is and I don't WANT to know what it is. "Looks like it might have come from another man's sock puppet." I'm going to burn them on my balcony as soon as my upstairs neighbor leaves for work.
Thanks to cancan, who agrees the best shoe accessories are those laces that look like wound up curly fries at the ends. I love those!
Concerts: they're expensive, and a lot of times security will still try to kick you out for smoking weed. Thankfully, intrepid Geekologie Reader Gary Katz (best known for his Apple Store diorama and visual history of Apple products -- I think he might be a fanboy) came up with... / Continue →
Solid Alliance's 'Crazy Earphones' are just that: f***ing crazy. They come in styles like "mushroom", "katana through your head", "arrow through your head" and "extra ears" and will set you back around $22 a set. But what's $22 for a pair of poor quality ear-buds that'll make... / Continue →
Neurowear, who first came on the scene with those mood controlled animal ears and tails, has now developed a mood-sensing pair of headphones that play songs based on how you're feeling. Feeling depressed? Get even more depressed. Feeling angry? ESCALATE THAT SHIT INTO A FIST... / Continue →