DOTS has brought a simple solution to hand. Take a gander. Their metal-tipped knit-wear will transfer the conductivity to the sensitive touch screen. Dial away.
We have little to say about little Tengu. Beautiful, elegant, simple, concise. Plug him into your usb port and one of his numerous faces interact with the sounds in the room. He'll sing along, he'll parody the boss, he'll even give a face to the screaming sirens of New York City.
Available in America from Moss
From Solid Alliance
Gone are the days of good service in the cattle class of contemporary airlines. You can't even count on the checking steward to be of any help describing what seat you will actually be sitting in. Being prepared is the best bet for relaxing travel. Seat Guru is all things airline seats. It let's you know where you are sitting, what amenities, how close you're sitting to the lavatory or the exit row.
Well, while we don't often go in for the gimmicks, we are certainly all about aestheticizing our own realities. Spending ten plus hours a day in front of the computer tends to get very repetitive. Here's an option for automating that desktop image without having to cruise your favorite blue site or manga publisher. (or i suppose you all have cuteoverload.com bookmarked as well).
Pop over to Desktoptopia and download a 10 day trial.
Update at the bottom regarding applications for the phone.
A friend just asked our opinions about the iPhone. So here it is:
We've chosen the difference engine as the title for our category about technology. Okay, difference engines may have been brought to our attention in 1996 when authors William Gibson and Bruce Sterling collaborated on a retro-sci-fi book set in Victorian England titled "The Difference Engine" but it was Babbage's original machine that really inspired us.