Necessity is the mother of invention, but has no familial relation to good design. Sticking two cups of different sizes together and hoping they don’t spill is medieval (not literally, it’s actually 19th century), and even in modern shakers, the process of getting the shaken beverage out of the shaker is sleight of…
We talk a lot about poorly-supported product categories around here, but the insulated tumbler market is definitely not one of them. The sheer number of entries into the insulated drinking vessel space was a running joke at Outdoor Retailer this year, so today we’re going to try to make sense of your options.
Last week, we found our readers’ favorite domain name registrars, but owning a domain isn’t very useful unless you can put a website on it. So this week, we’re looking for nominations for the best hosting service. Check out the rules below, then head down to the comments to support your pick.
My hope is that keys will someday be a relic of the past, but until that day comes, Orbitkey does a great job of keeping them organized and quiet in your pocket.
In this week’s Co-Op, three domain name registrars stood out form the pack. So WHOIS going to win? ICANN tell you soon, after you check out the finalists below and vote for your favorite.
Domain name registrars might seem like commodities, but ease of use and customer support can vary wildly between different companies, so we want to know which ones you trust the most. So check out the rules below, then head down to the comments to nominate your favorite service.
Nerd Chef’s pizza surfaces boast 20x faster heat transfer than their ceramic counterparts, which may explain why my first attempt with the product yielded a slightly overdone pizza in under two minutes.
The benefits of armoring a charging cable with stainless steel should be self evident. Metal is strong, hefty, and looks really cool. But you’d probably assume that a metal-wrapped cable would be too stiff and inflexible to be practical. Well, you’d be wrong.