Is there anything more frustrating than having to untangle earphone cords? Without planning ahead it’s almost certain to happen. Here’s how to avoid losing those precious lost minutes and not starting your day with frustration…
With all of the gadgets people are carrying around these days, it makes sense to keep some cables with you, just in case you need to connect some of them together. This new kit from Incase looks pretty sweet, and the fact that the cables come color-coded makes them even easier to find in the provided handy case.
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Here at Unplggd, we’re always trying to get our workplace as uncluttered as possible. One of the biggest problems with this process include finding innovative ways of dealing with the mess of cables that is running around underneath our desks. It’s not always easy and you have to work at it in order to get a clean desk, one that promotes productivity.
There’s one thing that we really don’t like here at Unplggd: it’s messy wires. We try to stay away from them as much as possible. It’s not always easy since the modern home theater and office are filled with power supplies and plugs. However, getting organized has never been cheaper or simpler using this simply DIY solution.
I discovered that Yoda is the culprit.
She is responsible for switching off my computer. It’s happened a few times and my desktop is always on. It turns out that she played with the cables a bit. I have to admit that we have a cable mess between the sofas.
I gave Spike a well needed bath and played with them a bit while I relaxed on the sofa. I haven’t updated my reading series since I arrived in Taiwan. June was a slow month, but I’ve started reading heavily again in July. I’ll post updates today.
How is the back of your desk or computer? Messy or clean? For us, keeping our wires untangled is always a work in progress. Even when you take the time to organize them, it doesn’t take long until they get messed up again. That’s why we thought that these little cable cubes were a great idea to keep your computer wires organized and easy to change.
If you are like us, you hate having messy wires around. Things get pretty messy with the wires of our MP3 players. No matter how you roll them around, in the end, they tend to get tangled one way or the other. That’s why we thought that the earbud owl was such a good idea. It’s a simple piece of wood that’s been cut so that you can wrap your earbud wires around it.
We all have this problem. The wires of our earphones connected to our iPods or MP3 players always get all tangled up. There is no way to get around this, unless you take your earphones off and put them in the nice little zipper pouch that came with them. Even then, they end up all twirled around. That’s why I thought that this concept actually might help out a lot of people with their wire problems.
Pesky wires are always a problem with modern gadgets. All of those gadgets need to be charged. Strabes found an interesting solution to this problem. Strabes turned a drawer from a nightstand into a handy charging station.