This is modelled on one of them snap wrist strap things. I want one.
The entire surface is E-Paper and possesses all its thin, high contrast, power efficient qualities. The length can be adjusted by adding magnetic snaps to the ends. Best part is there's no recharging needed. It gets all the power it needs via kinetic energy.
Wednesday, January 30, 2008
Sunday, January 20, 2008
This is hilarious. The 16 year old threw a house party while his folks were away that, according to the 500 drunk ass kids that attended, was the best party ever. Cops and neighbors could vouch for that, seeing as their dogs and helicopters were no match for the power of liquored up, underage, ecstasy-loving Aussies.
Saturday, January 19, 2008
Tokyo's on the ball brand 'swagger' is now stocked at Qubic in Auckland. I just saw this shirt that got released by Swagger, which aint my steez but interesting, dunno if this will be in Qubic or not but check the other gear they got there.
Tuesday, January 15, 2008
WOW! 13.3 inch screen, .16 inches thick at the top and .76 inches thick at the bottom. Weighing 3 pounds, Intel Core 2 Duo Processor (1.6 or 1.8Ghz), 2GB Ram standard, a SSD 64GB or standard 80GB Hard drive, a multitouch trackpad with pan, zoom, rotate, and also has a full back lit keyboard.
Monday, January 14, 2008
Saturday, January 12, 2008
Wednesday, January 2, 2008
Tis the season to be splashing. So to help you kool down across NZ. A map has been made showing you a lot of great jump off spots and it gives you reviews on each place. It has only just begun so there are many rivers spots and piers to be added but it's off to a good start. If you are a super keen jumper and want to contribute to the map contact us through myspace and I'll point you in the right direction.
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check out the mount locals below
Unexpectedly I stumbled across loads of tagging and graffiti art in the backstreets of venice. All a real similar style but it looked good on the ancient rugged buildings. Nice to see it rather than grey ugly bandages painted over like loads in NZ.