Does your kitchen look like a bomb went off even before you've started cooking? Do you spend more time looking for ingredients than actually using them? Here are five simple steps you can take towards the functional cooking space you've always wanted.
We all have one—that corner in your living room where the modem, the router, the surge protecter and friends live. It's a mess. You can try to hide it behind the couch, or you can cover it with unread mail. Or, you could store everything in this handsome wooden container.
You should see my desk. It's a goddamn nightmare explosion of pens, business cards, empty coffee cups, and random crap. These modular Desktructure Organizers would more than do the job of sprucing things up.
Whether you're working at a desk with lots of pens and pencils or you're working in a shop with wrenches and drills, you've got to keep them together. Otherwise, you can never find anything, ever. This industrial steel desk organizer is a rugged, yet elegant way to do that, whatever kind of office you work in.
Like me, you're probably making a collection of devices and cables that you need to pack with you when you go places. And, like me, you probably just shove them all into your travel bag. No more!
Springpad, the note-taking, idea-remembering, picture-snapping, list-keeping, location-remembering, bookmark-storing, task-keeping iPhone app has spawned an Android twin. My favorite thing about it? Every scrap of info-junk you collect is saved to Springpad's servers, accessible through their website. [Android Market,
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…
The Intelliscanner has been miniaturized, and now it's called the Intelliscanner Mini, a palm-sized barcode reader to keep you organized. It's quite a bit smaller than the last time we saw it, and now it's been voted Best of Show at MacWorld 2007. Using its included software, you can automatically organize just about…
You can arrange your refrigerator shelves the way you want, but you never could custom-size the compartments in your desk drawer exactly how you need them, until now.
Some people out there just love pets. For those old ladies with 13 cats or the people with 4 dogs, life gets hectic, but that doesn't mean you can neglect Matilda the Cat. No worries, The Petmaster is here to save the day. Organize vet appointments and feeding times by animal type, schedule alarms to notify you of…