Evernote offers a pretty excellent family of products. Even as a woman*, I can affirm this. Skitch, in particular, is a personal favorite. You'll see us use Skitch on photos in posts here on Gizmodo pretty regularly.
There are now two female staffers writing for Gizmodo, myself and Leslie Horn, and neither of us blew anyone for our job.
Birchbox! You are not making this very easy! I want to love you, I mostly do, but then you go and say something completely asinine about the quality of a product being of lesser importance than how cute it is, and I just can't.
Back in April, I wrote one of my first-ever Gizmodo posts, a rant about the monthly mail-order grooming service Birchbox and how their male/female skewed boxes tended to reinforce gender constructs in a pretty annoying way.
Come on. Did anyone actually think this video—which looks convincingly like an outtake from any CoverGirl commercial ever—could possibly work to encourage women to pursue careers in science? Really? Really? The scientist in the video is a man! And at one point a high-heeled shoe takes up the entire frame. Like a…
Want your wife or girlfriend to remember that you need the car on Saturday, drop your voice a few octaves. NPR reports that research conducted by Kevin Allan of the University of Aberdeen King's College in Scotland determined that women are more likely to remember something when spoken to in a low-pitch voice.
Awkwardly-coiffed magician Penn Jillette is an inventor. His greatest triumph: a "hydro-therapeutic stimulator" for women with jetstreams directed to "stimulation points (e.g., the clitoris) of the female user when the female user sits in the seat." Meet the Jill-Jet.
Science! That is what explains how Mood Swing Emotionally Activated Lip Gloss works, I assume. The makers claim that when a lady wearing it is in the mood for carnal pleasures, it turns deep red.
Sometimes, you just want to practice your putting. If you're near a woman wearing Triumph's new golf outfit, and you can convince her to take it off, you can putt to your heart's content.
Nothing gets my blood pumping like a sexy lady wearing a skimpy outfit that glows in the dark. Well, I guess the glowing in the dark thing isn't necessary, but if it's part of the package, go nuts, I guess.
Electronic musician/producer Calvin Harris recreated his newest single, "Ready for the Weekend," by using conductive ink painted on the hands of 15 girls in bikinis. We, of course, post it in the interest of sharing this cool ink technology.
This here is the Jalou, Sony Ericsson's newest ladyphone. On the surface, it's a boldly-styled, reasonably-specced feature phone. But
she is so much more than that!
Being unable to sleep because my boobs are too big is a problem I have never had. But I'm sympathetic, oh so sympathetic.
These Body Speakers, designed by Bob Turek, are the perfect addition to any complete creepbag's home theater setup. If you're looking to scare away any and all women and even make dudes uncomfortable, look no further.
Continuing our weirdness from Japan theme, a company called Avex has just released a DVD that teaches men to be more confident by staring at 50 different women for an hour and a half. Most Japanese men do this already, but instead of the women being in various states of undress, these women are just plain staring…
Dilemma of the day: Blam has been asking us to keep an eye on the tone of the site recently, saying that we need to be more highbrow. However, there doesn't seem to be much happening in mundo gadgeto. Although there is this delightful gallery of booth babes at Computex. So, to keep you guys happy, and to keep Blam…
A professor from the University of L'Aquila in Italy says has discovered a clue which may point the way to the fabled G-Spot—or at least prove that some lucky ladies have it, while others don't. Emmanuele Janini's findings (he scanned 20 women, 11 who experienced vaginal orgasms and nine who didn't, with a vaginal…