Having already smooshed everything imaginable, the internet is ready to leave hydraulic presses behind and now focus its collective interest on weird things you can stick in an industrial shredder. First up is a classic Stretch Armstrong toy ,whose moist, squishy death cries will haunt your nightmares.
To be honest, the blending thing is getting tired. In case you haven't noticed SSI, a manufacturer of industrial strength shredders, has been one-upping the "will it blend" guys for a while now.
This USB shredder proves there's a myriad of ways to cover your tracks. Heck, we even saw a shredder powered by a hamster. But this one? It's different.
Researchers in Germany have developed a software program that can re-assemble shredded documents. The software relies on special algorithms to help piece everything back together as it scans and analyses documents based on their color, shape, handwriting, texture and typeface. The software can even piece together…
The young ladies are going to love this shredder pen that fits perfectly into Girl Tech's Password Journal. There are so many secrets for the young fillies, and here's a way to write them down and then shred them right up, Nixon-style. It's downright therapeutic.