Just when you thought there was no room for any more “Hot or Not” web sites, along comes one which lets you vote on how good a web site looks.
Yes, we know it’s all about the content, right? But, just as with most other things in life, some things look great, and some things look downright nasty.
So why not vote on them?
While I don’t condone the fact that you’ve left Christmas shopping to the last minute and you’ve spent nearly all your cash at the work’s Christmas do, I’ve written this guide because I feel sorry for your techie relatives who might not get anything this Yuletide.
So, here we go with the Tech Digest under-a-tenner stocking filler guide.
You’ve left it far too late to order any of this stuff online, but you have a few days to run around the overcrowded stores in your home town, and hopefully you’ll find at least a couple of these items.
Just don’t expect to find them in the 24-hour petrol station.
1. DS Lite 6-in-1 Travel Pack
Charge your games console while on the road with this convenient DS Lite 6-in1 Travel Pack. The kit comprises a soft pouch, USB car adaptor, USB power cable and three game cases to protect and store your cartridges.[£4 Woolworths]
2. PC USB Controller
Ideal for racing games and other gaming control, offering four front mounted action buttons and eight-way directional thumb pad. [£4.99 Woolworths]
3. PSP Crystal Case
Offers protection from scratches without breaking the bank. [£4.99 Woolworths]
4. Chad Valley Buzz Off
All the fun of the fair with this portable buzzer wire game. [£5.99 Woolworths]
5. Spin the Bottle
Don’t waste time looking for an empty wine bottle and making up your own questions. This electronic version will do it for you. [£7.49 Woolworths]
Since Microsoft launched the Zune 2 last week, and with it, the Zune Originals engravings, our favourite fakey, Fake Steve Jobs, has been going crazy posting some parody Zune designs sent in by readers.
Shown is one…
This little video is a great look behind the scenes of the production of a flipbook. However, this flipbook was a little different as, instead of having an actual flipbook, the animation was featured on a series of T Shirts sported by one very patient model. Good work!
The Friends of the Earth have got their own YouTube channel and have loads of videos uploaded to encourage you to be a bit greener. One cracker is one featuring the iconic Morph (if he tells me to be green I will! But then again, I’d burn tyres if Morph told me to). Click here to see more videos from Friends of the Earth.
Let's face it, if you're all set to destroy the world, then you probably aren't too concerned about plugging your digital camera, memory stick, humping dog, and USB cup warmer, into your PC. So it's a good thing that…
Alarm clocks are boring, so quirky takes on the concept might seem like a good idea, right? The LED Alarm Clock is made up from four individual Perspex stackable cubes which can be moved around independently, thereby allowing you…