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Retro Pin Art clock

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on November 26th, 2008

Retro Pin Art clockCheck out this retro Pin Art Clock. 3000 pins will tell you the time. It’s like you have Pinhead from Hellraiser trapped in a box and he’s forced to rear his head to tell you what time it is.

“Inspired by the popular Pin Art toy that uses moving pins to form the impression of one’s hand, this creation makes watching the clock a mesmerizing experience. The minutes click ahead with a sound that evokes the classic flip of the numbers at airports or train stations, combining aural ambience with visual style.”

Newman’s Cool Man MP3 player

Posted in MP3 by Conner Flynn on June 5th, 2008

Newman’s Cool Man MP3 badge
You’ll feel like Seinfeld with this PMP that can pin onto your clothes. When a thief rips it off of you, you’ll have no choice but to just grit your teeth and say “Newman”, since you knew that would happen anyway. The Cool Man MP3 player is Newman’s latest PMP.

The idea is that it’s convenient to be able to attach it to yourself. Here’s to hoping said thief doesn’t pull your whole shirt off. I’m not sure a thief would even want this, since he can just snag that other guy’s iPod. It has a basic OLED display, MP3/WMA compatibility and built-in microphone with a plastic looking casing that resembles a face. No price yet but should be available in 1GB.

Flash Padlock USB key secures data with a pin

Posted in Flash Memory by Conner Flynn on March 31st, 2008

Flash Padlock USB key secures data with a pin
There are tons of USB keys that have encryption software so you can keep your files safe from others, but if you’re paranoid enough, or if you are a super secret spy carrying around sensitive info, you might think that software encryption isn’t enough. So here’s the ultimate in USB key protection. The Flash Padlock, which has hardware encryption. In order to unlock it, you have to enter a pin number.

Perfect for that Top Secret “Eyes only” info that you carry from one spy gig to another. You can get it in 2GB and 4GB capacities, and it allows you to create 1 pin number or multiple pins and then register them on-line for easy retrieval in case your memory fails you. You can get the Flash Padlock for about $27.82.