After waiting years for it to become reality, there is now an honest to god universal pillow remote. Screw a Harmony, I'll take the most comfortable and most impossible to lose remote there is. It's only 30 bucks at Brookstone too.
Maybe the whole cosmos isn't in this pillow, but the LEDs hidden in a zippered compartment and causing these glowing, swirling patterns sure do give the illusion that it is.
NASA has came up with a rather simple and clever idea that may save a lot of lives: An expandable Kevlar honeycomb cushion that would absorb the impact force in an aircraft crash. NASA's Karen Jackson is hopeful about it:
The Gadget: A semi-solid cushion for your laptop that separates hot aluminum from fleshy thighs, plus has a small space to store random things (like your charger).
Ages ago I admitted to being a floor-lounger, and it looks like Thanko has come up with a solution that'll let me combine lazing around and blogging for the Giz at the same time. I might rename it from Lazy Geek's Cushion to "Relaxed Blogger's Desk" though. Looking a little like a massage table, it's 31 x 19 inches…
I admit it: I'm a frequent floor-lounger ... so these interlocking cushions from Pling Collection would be ideal furniture for me. ZipZip's 30-inch upholstered pads have zips on all four sides, you see. So you can choose to make one huge floor cover, for, you know, generalized laying about, or combine them more…
The Google News Cushion is a standard couch pillow that's been printed with the top Google News stories of the year. It's a microcosm, in plush, pillow form, of the collective human experience on planet Earth. For instance, what news did we search most in 2003?
Okay guys, there's only 2 1/2 weeks until V-day, and that might just be enough time to call in this fiber optic luminous heart cushion from LumiGram in Paris, originator of those really sexy-looking fiber optic shirts (booby alert). Imagine the kudos you'll get for importing this glowing symbol of your
lust love for…