When Savings.com asked me to create a weekly DIY tutorial for their readers, I was overwhelmed. I was also drunk, which is why I said yes.But I think you’ll agree that I’m a natural for a job like this, because I have almost no crafting ability. And if there’s one thing the handmade movement has taught us, it’s that you don’t actually need talent to craft, and everyone has to pretend to like it anyway.And speaking of no talent, how great is Jersey Shore? Really great,
This week we traipse through the wild and exotic fields of Thailand in search of this week’s Wacky Product. Get your favorite photos ready. I have just the set of frames for those cherished family photos.
Gas mask not included… The Poo Frames, available at Uncommon Goods, are a bit unconventional to say the least. Made entirely from recycled elephant poop (yes, you read that correctly), these 9″ x 7″ photo frames are the perfect fit for 4 x 6 photos. These are also ideal
Of all the gadgets I’ve owned and/or reviewed over the years, a select few hold a special place in my heart. The Palm V PDA, for instance. The iRobot Roomba vacuum. The iPhone . And now, the Kodak Pulse ($129 direct; a few bucks less if you shop around…) has earned a spot on that list.It is–without question–the smartest, coolest and easiest digital photo frame I’ve seen yet. What’s so great about it? I’ll cut right to the chase: It has its own e-mail address.