Valentine’s Day is rapidly approaching.
I know all of you out there are wondering what to get your loved one … flowers, chocolates, a massage.
How about a bleeding candy heart?
Come on. Nothing says “love” like an ooey gooey sticky sweet treat that gushes blood with every bite. Nom nom nom.
Of course, this gift might not be the best for those “faint of heart”, but who wants to hang out with them.
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Let’s look back in time to the dark ages before Al Gore’s intertubes ruled the world and everyone had a two-way wrist communicator like Dick Tracy’s.
Way back in ancient history in 1979, inventor Kane Kramer got a patent for an idea/invention that was basically Apple’s iPod.
“Kramer’s device, the IXI, was flash-based, even though flash memory in 1979 only could have held about three minutes of audio, and featured a screen, four-way controls, and was about the size of a cigarette pack. Even weirder, he envisioned the creation and sale of digital music …”
Wouldn’t you be kicking yourself if you let the patent go out of date for this like Kramer did in 1988?
Also, please don’t get Kane Kramer confused with Cosmo Kramer, inventor of the Manzier.
Gizmodo has more on the prehistoric iPod story.
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Trendhunter found me a disco keyboard.
You can set it up to flash multiple colors or so that each key stroke lights individually.
It would likely get very annoying after one set of “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.”
It’s from Luxeed, a Korean company.