For those who spend longs night online, this should be a welcoming view: Loads of Coffee :
For those who have their coffee on the drive to work, you might recognise this view:
I have bought a LOT of shirts from Redbubble over the last eight years!
I find them incredibly comfortable, and can be worn both in warm and cold weather. Only once I have made a mistake in size, but it was worth it to find out what the T-shirt would look like!
Here is my Buyers-Booth photograph displaying just three of the many Redbubble-purchased shirts I enjoy wearing:
Originally posted on my DECEMBER 28, 2009 on my Redbubble Journal. PS. The quality is so good I still have these tshirts in 2015
I have a shed loaded with electronic waste that goes back 20 years.
I have motherboards, sound cards, old cellular phones, cabling, stenographer tape decks and much more. Somewhere in there I have a 3GB box that is twice the size of a standard shoe box - I use it as a paper weight and a reminder of a time that man wants to forget.
What I have noticed recently is that I still have most of the mobile phones I have purchased outright. This includes a few NOKIA bricks (sorry guys, it is true!). The earliest phone I remember owning was a flip-phone that always reminded me of communicators in Star Trek! Beamed straight from the series that continues to influenced the design of Tablets.
So I found PHONEBLOKS via advertising on Youtube. I quickly realised they deserve merit and entrepreneurial advertising!
Their idea is that the screen and features (ie, phone, camera, speakers, antenna, memory) are all separate blocks that connect to a standard base by way of pins and screws at the ends to keep it all secure. Therefore anyone in the world can build a phone to specifically suit their desires and lifestyle.
I reckon I would buy a PHONEBLOK. Imagine if each block embedded came in multiple colours. Sleeves and water-proof cases will still be necessary, bling is all part of the franchising of a product.
I’m keeping an eye on where this concept goes. So should everyone. The world is changing, again!
Now I am wondering what I am going to do with this shed of obsolete electronic gadgetry. Thinking of getting a strong metal muncher to make mince-meat of it all – and then somehow spraying it onto canvas or concrete to make wall art. Now that would be modern art!
Watch the video that describes how it all works and ‘fits’ together: