Monday is Halloween! I hope you guys are as excited as I am! Actually, my Halloween party started Friday night with a trip to Disneyland for their festivities, but more fun is on the way. I love the whole dressing up and seeing creepy things part of Halloween, so it's all in good fun.
And this week's wacky product of the week falls into the Halloweeny category yet again, because it's awesome. And I've been saving it, waiting for the exact moment when I could post this ridiculous but oddly creative item! This week, you're going to have to give me a hand with the product. Actually, I'll give you one: the Dokkiri Hand Case for iPhone 4.
Once Apple announced the release date for the iPhone 4S, it was destined
to be at the top of many a Christmas list, right alongside the iPad 2. It was also a foregone
conclusion that countless third party companies would try to elbow their
way into the market with their own iPhone 4S accessories.
Maybe you don't normally find my wacky product of the week very a-peel-ing, but you won't be able to resist this week's. It's so ridiculous. So strange. So unbelievably useless! I'm not even monkeying around with this one.
Okay, enough banana jokes...This week's insanely ridiculous product is the Banana Cellphone Handset from PerpetualKid.com. At only $15, I'm still not sure it's even worth buying--even if would be unbelievably amusing to whip this out during a business meeting or in a crowded elevator.
Yowza!! is a free smartphone app that lets you locate in-store deals and coupons in your area. When you find a deal you want you use, you simply show it to the merchant, they scan the barcode, and the deal is applied.
No printing required.
Last week, I had the opportunity to interview Greg Grunberg, co-creator
actor and all-around nice guy.
A while back, I updated my iPod Touch from the awesome 3rd Generation model to the killer 4th Gen one, mainly because I was stoked about having two cameras with video capabilities in my iPod but also for the fact that I knew I'd be able to use my iPod Touch to make phone calls. I share a smartphone with my partner since I mainly work from home in order to save some dough, and use my iPod Touch to make any other necessary calls when I'm at home or in any WiFi network area.