Hide your cables, hide your plugs! This elegant concept, the Plug Hub, can become real if enough people buy it. Think of the $24 you spend as an investment towards a lifetime of peace, serenity and organization.
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These little 4x4-inch Cablox pads are sticky on one side and loaded with tiny little nodules on the other, so you can wind your cables through and line them up just the way you like them.
Lifehacker covered the web version of PageOnce already, but think of it is as a web portal that displays all your various utility, credit card and shopping accounts in one page for easy glance-ability. This is the exact same thing, except on your iPhone. We love it.
We've seen neat and tidy ways to stick all your charging gadgets in one place before, but the new Sanctuary charger takes the biscuit by having all the wires and plugs you may need already built in. Ok, so it's actually got a power source with 11 different types of plug plus a USB socket under its lid, but that means…
We've seen our fair share of organizers over the years—especially since we live next door to those good-naturedly anal folks at Lifehacker—but this SpaceStation seems like it's the most minimal that we've seen yet. The system consists of a long, rubberized pad to lay your electronics on top of and a hollow bottom with…
We've covered Kangaroom's organizers a bit before, but for the uninitiated, they specialize in making organizers that either hide or arrange your cables and gadgets in a neat way.
The area under our desk is a prime fire zone seeing since the wires and power strips are all tied in the biggest knot this side of Gordium. That's fine hidden under a desk, but awful in the living room or somewhere that actual people can see. Voila, the Black Box Cord organizer from KangaRooM. It's a
Given that the cables on our mesk (combination of desk and mess) has more knots than a speedboat, we're not exactly the target market for this Bird-Electron cable organizer. But if you're truly anal about keeping your desk clean (ahem), then you're going to want to invest in this little beauty.
There's not a day that goes by that we're thankful our own females don't own 18 pairs of shoes in the entire spectrum of the rainbow as illustrated in the picture on the left. But if yours does, this Rakku Designs shoe rolodex will keep your footwear as organized as your contacts.
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Reader Thom brainstormed a new way to use clear shoe organizers to organize all the gadgets laying around.