It’s that time of year when students start to prepare for their annual migrations back to their respective institutes of learning. And as you start to amass all of your school supplies, consider these ingenius Beetle Tip 3-way highlighter pens from Kokuyo.
Designed by Massimo Castagna and made in Italy, this gorgeous all-glass pot defies the saying "a watched pot never boils" because it encourages chefs to stare in awe at whatever they're preparing for dinner, while it cooks.
I wish there wasn't any music to this video. I wish it would just be the sounds of the pottery wheel spinning, the hands shaping the clay and the quiet focus of the ceramics masters resonating. But even with the music, watching masters of their craft actually perform their craft is an incredible sight to see.
The type of metal your pots and pans are made of can affect how quickly or evenly they heat, but so can their shape. That's why kitchenware manufacturer Lakeland sought out the expertise of an actual rocket scientist to help design its unique flared pots and pans that better distribute heat for faster cooking and less…
It's easy to overpack when you're heading out into the woods for some weekend camping, but when it comes to supplies for cooking meals, MSR's Flex 4 System packs pretty much everything you could need into a compact single pot.
The next time you're on a camping trip, try sticking your trusty plastic water bottle on the fire to boil up some grub. It might be lightweight and easy to carry, but as it melts away you'll soon realize you'd probably be better served by this titanium option that doubles as a fire-safe cooking pot.
Nobody kills their house plants on purpose, but if you're likely to forget to water your ferns or herbs, this clever planter by designer Joey Roth could save you some grief. It's not fancy newfangled technology—just an ancient concept reimagined.
For better or worse, agriculture is quite possibly humanity's defining development, allowing people to settle down in one place and build the complex civilizations that we live in today. But ancient humans weren't totally sure about this whole agriculture thing.
Looking to bring some plant life into your room? Or trying to figure out a holiday gift that's a little more original than a lame-o gift certificate? All you need is some tools, some cement, a succulent and this guide.
OK, when Linksys and Netgear make Internet phones, that's one thing. But when Philips gets into the business, things have gone mainstream. The company introduced a slew of new phones today that offer the choice of calling via the Internet or POTS lines. Most are cordless DECT models—which deliver clean reception by…