LIVE from macworld ~ and it ain't pretty... Here are a few pics on how insane macworld is currently, and how bad it was this morning for regular people trying to get into the keynote. Quite the sea of humanity.
One Less Desk ~ an interesting super minimalist desk design from Heckler ~ particularly for the mac fan boys, but the idea of two thin desks like this for various configs is pretty sweet if you're not into desk space
I bet you didn't realize that the Squeezebox Duet Remote has an SD slot, headphone jack, speaker, IR transmitter, accelerometer , flickr browsing, clock.... in addition to being able to stream your music (even sirius) via wifi
StrangeCo's new Vivisect Playset ~ 8 blind box creatures from a slew of our fav artists that are the perfect characters for that desk you spend too much time at... here is my favorite, The King Of Deadbeats!
On creative ways to get a little privacy in open work spaces, Rotor uses leftovers of agricultural textile, composed of aluminum, cotton and polyethylene, that were tended with disqualified adhesive tape.
Did you know that if you have a baby, and can't bring it around to show everyone, you can have it printed on a sack of rice, and send them their own to hold? Click around all the links to see the packaging and examples.
Belkin's Rockstar ~ i loved the display of this new product at CES ~ particularly how this pic turned out! This is a new way to dj/share music... it can take 2 inputs, and multiple outputs with no loss.
Conserving power just got a little more fun (and simpler) with the Belkin Conserve Surge Protector that comes with this great portable switch! It even comes with a wall plate you can magnetically mount it into.
Here's a nice dose of inspiration for the day ~ the TED Talk with JJ Abrams ~ who knew the man behind lost/alias was a complete packaging/box geek? And his thoughts on the "mystery box" are a must watch vid...
Designers, HP's booth at CES was like a game of 'name that design classic'... such a great use of silhouettes and real furniture... and they really nailed it down to the tiniest details like which toys are on the desks...