While we’ve used tech in bathrooms from time to time, we haven’t installed anything permanent in our bathrooms, at least for now. But what kind of tech would you like to use in your bathroom? Does it even make any sense? Some people use tech in the bathroom freely, but most of us keep it out of there. What would you like to see in your bathroom?
Archive for September, 2010
Tags: Apartment Therapy, bathroom tech, blogs, home, monitors, speakers, technology, unplggd
Tags: Apartment Therapy, blogs, desks, hacks, ikeahacker, technology, unplggd, workstation
While there are a plethora of desks available, sometimes you just need to hack yourself one because none of the ones that you see fit the bill. This happens quite a bit, especially in the home office. Since a lot more people are working from home, they need a fully functioning home office. This home office from Toronto, Canada, uses three IKEA Vika desks.
Tags: asides, books, brain, learning, reading
Interesting article by Jonah Lehrer over at Wired. I have yet to purchase an iPad or eReader and I still buy lots of books. It will take a while before the book is replaced with technology. In the last few days, since Friday, I’ve read 10 paperback books.
Tags: Bender, blogs, Futurama, Mondays, Technabob, technology
Ah, Mondays. Thankfully, we’re already Tuesday, so heck, Monday went by pretty fast. Still, I don’t really like Mondays. I really like Fridays, how about you guys?
Tags: art, blogs, design, Naked Radio, Simon Hasan, Technabob, technology
At first glance, it’s hard to figure out what this strange looking thing actually does. Granted, there’s an antenna, but that’s about it that would give you a clue it’s a radio.
Tags: blogs, forearm mount, prank, prank pack, Technabob, technology
You’ve probably met people who have two cell phones, an iPad, a GPS and other ‘important’ gadgets that they keep glancing at while you’re talking to them. Now you can give them the prefect gift so that they can keep watching all of their gadgets at the same time, thanks to the iArm.