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Some Weird Bathroom Gadgets

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

A good sense of humour is always good. It gives you a reason to relax and even fuels your creativity and productivity.

1. Electric Bath Duck: Please don’t use this one; only store to amuse your guests:


2. Serial Killer / Psycho shower curtain

If you are a fan of those scary movies where all most terrible things happen in the shower, this “psycho” shower curtain should appeal to you:



3. Blood bath mat

A cool companion to the aforementioned shower curtain to create a most complete interior design:


4. Disgusting soap dispenser

Push on the nose, and you will get an opportunity to wash your hands with the green stuff that gets out of the nostrils:


5. Handsoap

Ever wanted to wash your hands with, well, hands? These would not look as odd to me, be it hands of an adult person… But babies!


6. HELP! drain stopper

This drain stopper is a must-have:


7. Pet vomit toothpaste

These “Toothpaste Heads” claim to make teeth brushing more fun but I really doubt they do:


Source: here

Liliput Monitor

Thursday, February 4, 2010



Product Features

  • Small monitor runs completely off of USB, giving you an extra mini display whenever and wherever you need it.
  • No extra power needed. The Lilliput monitor is powered by USB.
  • No extra video card. The Lilliput has a built in video card that runs over any USB 2.0 connection.
  • Rotating Portrait or Landscape view. Go vertical for notes and spreadsheets, horizontal to watch a movie.
  • Great for laptop use. The Lilliput stores easily in your bag and is ready to go simply by plugging it in
  • Mac (Intel only), Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 driver support
  • Display size - 7"
  • Display resolution - 800 x 480
  • Brightness - 350 cd/m2
  • Contrast ratio - 400:1
  • Connections - USB 2.0

Price: USD 99.99

Available here

Grenade or Flash Drive


Pull the plug on your grenade and fling it into his cube. It won't blow up, but at least a grenade to the head might make him reconsider the next time he wants to bug you about something...

  • Shaped like a mini hand grenade
  • Suitable for storing up to 8 GB of explosive data
  • USB 2.0
  • Portable and easy to use, plug and play
  • Dimensions: 32 x 32 x 57mm (approx.)
  • Weight: 18g
  • Note: Single unit (does not come as a pair)


Source: Here

Newly exposed IE vulnerability

Microsoft is looking into a newly exposed vulnerability in its Internet Explorer browser software


Fresh from patching an Internet Explorer (IE) flaw exploited in cyberattacks on Google and other firms, Microsoft is looking into a newly exposed vulnerability in the browser software.

The demonstration revealed "an information disclosure vulnerability" in IE browsers run on XP or other operating systems if IE Protected Mode is disabled, according to senior security communications manager Jerry Bryant.

"People running IE 7 or 8 in default configurations on Windows Vista or later operating systems are not vulnerable to this issue as they benefit from Protected Mode," said Bryant.

Rest of the Story: Here

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