- He's here to save the world: Iron Baby — Urlesque
- Next Apple TV to cost $100 and look like a screenless iPhone — Gizmodo
- Python script turns any song into a swing number — BoingBoing
- Viewer2 organizes your photos with cloudlike tagging — Lifehacker
- Since we've been talking about cuff links lately, you should check these out — Outblush
Hold music, photos, or digital copies of your passport as a backup for when you head abroad on your honeymoon! If it weren't for the price, I'd hand these out as gifts for all the important men in my life.
A not-so-guilty-pleasure for me: geeky cufflinks.
The man wearing them could still look dapper in his tux, but there's a sweet secret on his wrists: cufflinks that reveal more about him than a black and white suit. These Camera Cufflinks ($68), in particular, are for the photography aficionado, professional or amateur.
Geeky, cute, but, are they appropriate for a formal occasion? I think they are, but I'd love to hear what you think!
Got a formal event to go to? Sure, you could get your boyfriend (or yourself, pardon me) a classy pair of cufflinks, but chances are they'll be boring as all get-out and won't be any sort of conversation starter.
These Robot Cufflinks ($40), on the other hand, are conversation pieces and super-adorbs to boot. They're robots! As cufflinks!
No one will doubt your geekiness at your friend's wedding. But can you still sport these and maintain your dignity? Do tell.
I'm not one to get all goo-goo gaa-gaa over geek inspired fashion but these cufflinks which I spotted on GeekAlerts, are one of those accessories that are definitely subtle enough to be considered fashionable— who really stares at cufflinks? From insert/delete buttons and @ keys to escape and control commands and miniature cell phones, these silver links are sure to add a touch of chic to any geek. What do you think? Love em' or no?
So far, in our journey through food-inspired jewelry, we've gone from apple bobby pins to junk food charms, and today we'll have a look at the letters K through O. I've found kiwi brooches, scented lollipop earrings, mushroom rings, nigiri earrings (mix and match even!) and for him: olive cufflinks. Know of any great food-inspired jewelry starting with K, L, M, N, or O? Let us know below!
I was looking through the bookmarks on TeamSugar and noticed that one thing seems clear: cupcakes are awesome. Or perhaps it was actually: cupcakes are damn cute. Either way one thing is clear, you guys have done a great job hunting down fantastic cupcake finds. First up is this way too cute cupcake wristlet. It's simple, cute and has an anthropomorphic cupcake on the outside, what's not to love! Available for $25. Great find eruntale!
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I love it when men wear French-cuff dress shirts, because it gives me an excuse to give them a pair of cufflinks as a gift. After all, cufflinks are one of the few places than men can express themselves through accessories, and the designs range from quirky to elegant to hyper-modern. Here are some of my favorite finds.
Sonia Spencer Cuffs, $30, available here.
Scrabble Cufflinks, $34, available in various letter combinations here.
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