Frank Lloyd Wright's reputation for being a bit of an egotistical prick is well-documented and well-deserved. But that doesn't mean he was all bad—the man had his soft spots. Like the time he designed a dog house for a 12-year-old admirer.
I have always depended on the kindness of strangers and their unprotected Wi-Fi networks. But that doesn't mean for a second that I'm going to share mine with you. What a strange social contract we've formed!
I feel bad. When I got my first laptop, I just tossed my old CRT monitor out. I should've been more thoughtful and recycled that old relic into a bed for my dog. It's like an adorable living wallpaper.
It's one lucky pooch whose gets to live in this 2.5-meter tall replica of Matsumoto Castle, with one impressively handy owner. Won't you please join me on a guided tour?
It may look like a pet microwave, but the Pet Pavilion is actually a luxury pet house designed to pamper your pooch and keep it healthy. As you might suspect, this device is loaded with features that surpass the living conditions of most humans—never mind your average pet. Features include: PC-based incubation process…
We have heard about the potential health benefits of inhaling pure oxygen since the 90's—but in Japan this fad is still going strong. In fact, they are getting their dogs involved with products like this new O2 Doghouse. Marketed as a "dog hospital" of sorts, the O2 Doghouse will deliver 100% pure oxygen to your sick…