This Week On Geek - Martha Shows Up On Wired With Wii Cake


  • Homemaking expert Martha Stewart may not have stripped down like Jenna Fischer for her cover of Wired, but she does get her geek on with a baked-to-perfection Wii cake and by revealing her inner techieness.

  • For all the iPhone hype the device may be falling behind the too-hot-to-trot Prada phone. Word is, the Prada phone by LG has sold over 300,000 units since its launch in March, while earlier this week AT&T announced it has only activated 146,000 iPhones. Which Do You Prefer: iPhone or Prada Phone?
  • Designed by Cherif Morsi, the TimeCap hopes to become a burial ritual for the 21st century. The idea is that instead of putting someone’s ashes in an urn, the small USB device holds photos, sound bytes, videos, and any other type of digital media. Love It Or Leave It: TimeCap Digital Urn
  • Black and white desk top items might be the most obvious and subtle choice, but if you are trying to add some sweet, lovable feeling to your workspace consider a colorful pad. Mouse Pad Love: Pads With A Romantic Flair
  • While hanging out in Hollywood for the TCA press tour my gal BuzzSugar got a chance to get up close and personal with Microsoft's newly-announced 'Surface' table, which is a multi-touch table that aims to change the way we interact with digital content. Microsoft's 'Surface' Table Explored
  • In search of your afternoon distraction? Check out Statetris, a free Tetris game based on a map of the United States. Statetris: It's Tetris On A Map Of The US
  • MSN recently featured an interesting story on the debate of whether or not parents should buy mobile devices for their preteens. The piece lead with a description of Robert, a typical 10-year-old who came home from summer camp and asked his parents for a BlackBerry because one of his counselors had one. Should a 10-Year-Old Own A BlackBerry?
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