The Rise of Savory Cupcakes

There’s something alluring about comfort food, and it’s probably got a lot to do with the times we’re living in. It’s an effective and simple form of escapism. Now, take comfort food and turn it upside down, then you have something new with a sense of familiarity. … Read More

Open Office America

I’ve been reading a lot of articles lately talking about the diminishing cubicle and how offices are doing away with the closed in working environments for both space, cost and collaboration needs. And what I think is really interesting here is that we’re slowly accepting the concepts of an open source society. … Read More

Objects in Mirror Are Losing

We can all be conquerors. … Read More

XBOX Wants to be Your Daughters BFF

uring a recent meeting, Microsoft spoke of how it would like to use the XBOX 360’s Kinect as a tool to attract girls to the console and gaming market. … Read More

Bodega Cats – A Flickr Group

Flickr groups never cease to amaze me; they’re like a high quality version of one-off Tumblr accounts. … Read More

Tear Absorbing Tissues

While it may be a gimmicky product, it’s one that actually has an audience. … Read More

Angry Birds, The Real Game

Coming out in May, this affordable toy is aimed at kids and adults alike and could be a great platform for other virtual games to become adapted to real world counterparts (Castle Crashers anyone?) … Read More

Tesco Jumps on the Buy Gold Bandwagon

It seems as if a more local solution has been put in place to “sell that unwanted gold jewelry”. … Read More

Here it is, the Dumbphone

Ahh, nothing makes me feel like a teenager again like a good ole Nokia 3210. … Read More

Lee Steps in the Collaboration Ring

Lee Jeans has jumped into the shark pool with Levi’s, and by that I mean they have entered the hectic world of denim collaborations in Japan. … Read More