C.P. Company Cotton Knit Goggle Hats – Dumb Donald Style
Imagine Fat Albert and the Cosby kids outfitted in streetwear – that’s a story that Highsnob will probably steal – Dumb Donald would be rocking this C.P. Company cotton knit with built in goggles. What a perfect accessory for those looking to ride in the cold night or play the bad guy during their next role playing event in the dark. Looks comfy as hell. c-store has them.
Paper for the iPad – Sketch, Write, Draw, Outline, Color
Consider Paper, the new iPad app from FiftyThree as a virtual Moleskine of sorts. It is a simple, on screen app that allows for you to capture and sort your ideas – from ideas as sketches, diagrams, illustrations, notes or drawings and share/publish them with the rest of the world. The layout allows for you to create virtual journals where a wide variety of items are collected, recorded, and stored.
Most interesting is that Paper is settings free. Nothing to fuss with here: just pick up your finger or stylus and start brainstorming. Paper by FiftyThree is a free download and comes with the Draw functionality activated. In-app purchases at arounf $2 a pop add in moe functionality or be smart and pay the $8 for a full blown version. Available now in the App Store.
Handpresso Auto – An Espresso Maker for the Roadies
At $198, the Handpresso Auto is a well priced portable travel espresso maker. We’re fans of the super-automatics but we understand that some spend a good portion of the morning inside the boundaries of a vehicle. Handpresso uses the 12-volt power lighter outlet to heat around 1.8 oz of water. In less than two minutes the Handpresso brews your espresso. The device itself looks like a thermos and sits nicely in a cup holder. While it does look like a device out of an episode of 24, we can only hope that you will not be alone in enjoying a freshly brewed cup of espresso during your commute.
For a version of the Handpresso made for picnics and days out in the sun, be sure to check the Handpresso Outdoor Espresso Set, which comes inside a nice leather carry case.
So my daughter says to me, why can’t she use the C word?
Well, where do I start? I tell her it’s the rudest word ever to use, and if I ever ever ever hear her or her brother say it or allude to it or abbreviate or mouth it they will not know what came down on them and will wish for the rest of…