Oh, to have enough time in the day to spend on this Mintpass puzzle calendar, which takes inspiration from those sliding-puzzle games we had as kids...only this time, with the day's date. Yes, really.
Before the rise of Napster and AutoTune, we had drugs and rock 'n' roll. Remember how great those were?
A designer at Mintpass has come up with these snazzy looking concepts that mimic the calculators in Windows and OS X. They admit that the designs are unlikely to fly with Apple or Microsoft, but hey, points for lateral thinking!
This progress bar-inspired clock design from Mintpass actually includes a great idea: Clip up to 24 rewritable tabs onto the clock to mark appointments. It's a neat visual organizer on a clock that might otherwise be too gimmicky.
I was excited to learn that the Mintpad—a Wi-Fi enabled, 2.9-inch touchscreen web-surfing pad and media player with 1.3-megapixel cam, microphone and built-in speaker—is coming to the US.
Digitized Post-It-alike gizmos aren't new, but none I can think of is quite as functional as Mintpass' Mintpad. It's a web-surfing, Wi-Fi, media player with 1.3-megapixel cam, microphone and built-in speaker, 4GB of memory with microSD expansion. Plus it's a 320 x 240-pixel 2.9-inch touchscreen note-taker.