Look up sheeny people, here's the round-up for those of you who got drunk yesterday at six and woke up in some alley this morning. OK, so maybe that was just me, but whatever. I sure could have used one of those Topcon GR3 GPS to get back home.
Not a good way to wake up, I tell you. I wish the city sanitation crew used the grapefruit cleaning soap that Brian used to test his Simplehuman Sensor Soap Pump. I still need a shower. Anyway, our glittering leader did it again and he keeps polishing the world one gadget at a time. And so is the rest of the Gizmodo late night/morning crew, right after the jump.
Another one who will need some Ajax is Wilson. I am sure he would like to keep lustrous his new
iPod shuffle knock-off screen-less MP3 player, the Zen Stone. Apparently it needs an optional clip if you want to keep it close to your body, just like the one that ModYFire has created for the iPod nano. It's called the iWear and it will turn any clothes you have into nano covers. Maybe Louis could use one for the BlackBerry 8300 Curve too, at last officially confirmed.
Another Howard Hughes in the making is Matt, who was visited by the radioactive vacuum salesman yesterday. Check out the ultraviolet light powered Halo UV Vacuum. It can destroy germs and give you a great tan at the same time. And it will glow in the dark to boot.
And finally, our own private shiny goddess: Ad, who won't be needing any cleaning if she keeps swimming like some kind of pinup mermaid, counting the laps with the Lap Track.
Now, if someone could sell the Cocktail Track, that would really help.