The Spire is a fitness tracker that also measures your breathing, so you can keep tabs on your lungs as well as your steps. Why would you want to do that? Creators Jonathan Palley and Neema Moraveji, of the Stanford's Calming Technology Lab, claim it can help make you a calmer person.
Baby Bjorn has gone and done it. They've managed to create a baby high chair that's so full of itself and overpriced that I actually find myself hating something as innocent as a baby high chair this afternoon.
Brian T Klug has balls, I'll give him that. Why else would he have bought a Discovery Channel CD-ROM (Windows 98) incorrectly priced on Amazon to the tune of $2,904,980,000 just to see what would happen?
You may recognize Furutech as the premier purveyors of all things strange and overpriced. They have a rep to maintain—which is why they are attempting to sell what may be "the Most Sophisticated Power Cord and Connectors in the World" for an absurd price of $1800. Thanks to their FI-50(R) IEC and FI-50M(R) Piezo…