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It may be a bit too early to start dreaming about watermelon (drool) but come spring, you can celebrate the end of the cold front with bright colors, warm weather and some watermelon in your hands (and on your feet). Part of Vans Spring 2009 Fruit Collection, the watermelon print will be available on Vans Slip-On, Era, and Chukka styles.
MisoSoup Design's K Workstation is a pretty clever shelf gone desk that will not only save you some space, but it'll help designate a work area in a small room/home/office. While there's little to no information on this sleek office design, there is one assumption that I'm confident enough to make. I am far too tall and clumsy for this desk. If I was just clumsy, that'd be fine, but 10 bucks says I'd knock myself out while standing up. Not that this is a design flaw per se, it's more about my lack of grace, coordination and all around decency. There's also a good chance that in the process of inducing a concussion, my suspenders will snap and my pants will fall down. I'm just a class act like that.
Timmy just sent this to me with the statement "This will lead to something awesome but I don't know what to use it for." I'm thinking this could somehow be used in the power of friendship. But what do I know? I thought today was my birthday. Truth is, it doesn't matter what we use it for as long as it's ours.
The Mario games are pretty cute and all, but this is what it really looks like when you hit a flying turtle in the face with fire. As long as Yoshi still makes the same sounds he did in Yoshi Story, then I fully approve of this scenario.
The Warrior Plumbers tee is available from TopatoCo for $19.75 in both dude and chick sizes.
Burger King is a pretty sneaky devil. Not only does the mutated King thing creep the shit out of me (and make me a little sick in my stomach), they've been shaking shit up over at Facebook. So what happened? Well, the King announced an advertising campaign that encouraged Facebookers to delete 10 friends (who would get a memo of said deletion) in exchange for a coupon for a free whopper. Facebook, who thrives off of you and your friends clicking between each other, has banned the ad campaign. Woo! Facebook says:
We encourage creativity from developers and brands using Facebook Platform, but we also must ensure that applications follow users' expectations of privacy. This application facilitated activity that ran counter to user privacy by notifying people when a user removes a friend. We have reached out to the developer with suggested solutions. In the meantime, we are taking the necessary steps to assure the trust users have established on Facebook is maintained.
Wait, so for once in your life, Facebook has your best interest at heart (and doesn't want your feelings hurt)? At least that's what they want you to believe... *shifty eyes!*
Mike and I take some time up to warm up the office with a little jammy jam sesh. We're big fans of the acoustic "Hey Ya" but really, who isn't?
I avoided this for as long as I could which clearly wasn't long enough. Sometime today, I finally caved and watched it on CrunchGear and now, hours later, I still can't shake the shame and embarrassment this....this....thing has brought upon me. And I'm not even in it! What's the difference now? I'm mortified and that's every reason to make you suffer through it too. It's called tough love, baby.