This would be hilarious if it weren't so damn scary: this reporter decided to tie herself to a lamp post 20 minutes before typhoon Haikui hit Ningbo, a city on the northeast coast of the Zhejiang province, China.
I hate ties but I love bubble wrap. So do I love this tie with bubble wrap on its backside? Absofreakinglutely. It's the perfect time killer for office suits: sitting in your cubicle, fiddling with your tie, and popping air bubbles! Business in the front, party in the back. [Neatorama]
Perhaps an attempt at thwarting thieves on the street—or thwarting boredom at work—iTie has a concealed pocket for your iPod, mp3 player, credit cards, cigarettes, money and any other items that will fit.
There is absolutely no aspect of your job that necessitates the use of a spycam necktie. I'm sorry, but your work just isn't that interesting. But that's why Man was given imagination.
If a red tie is considered to exude power and authority at some business lunch, then an Asteroids tie must allude to nothing less than intergalactic domination.
If you're going to wear one of those wired handsfree headsets for your phone, why not go all out and make it a fashion accessory? This Hands-free Tie does just that, with an embedded mic on the "tie" part and convenient gestures for you to answer your phone. We say "convenient," but they're actually kind of awkward,…
One thing that Apple has bashed into our heads, what with all of the Mac vs. PC commercials, is that Macs aren't very accepted in the stodgy corporate world.[Barry's Farm via Wired]