Pre-internet technology at its finest: ThinkGeek's paper emails


Do you remember the days before email? I personally used carrier pigeons, and then later upgraded to a small man on a penny farthing, what did form of communication did you employ?

ThinkGeek is offering some pre-internet technology, called ‘paper email’. It’s a funny thing, you actually write emails with something called a biro using your hand – can you imagine! It might take me a few days to learn the OS for that system.

It’s $3.99 for 50 paper emails, which is an awful lot – heck, I only pay £10 a month for my broadband, and send thousands of emails for that…

OCD sufferers, rejoice: ThinkGeek now stocking the electronic bubble wrap popping keychain!

electronic-key-chain.jpgRemember that awesome electronic bubble-wrap popper game from Bandai, the Mugen Puchi Puchi, which up until now was only available in Japan? Time to head on over to ThinkGeek, and purchase one, as the US purveyors of electronic and geek tat have come to the rescue yet again.

In case you need a reminder, the keychain device contains eight rubbery buttons in the shape of bubble-wrap bubbles. When…

ThinkGeek solves your lost mobile phone worries, with the SIM card back-up machine

think-geek-sim-card.jpgGroups are springing up across Facebook asking for friends’ phone numbers faster than you exit the site when your boss walks past – all because people foolishly lose all their contacts’ details when they lose their phones on a boozy night out. You know what I’m talking about.

Thankfully this device will help cleanse Facebook of all those ubiquitous groups, courtesy of those brain-champs, ThinkGeek. It…