A Dog and Cat Play Wii Tennis And the world goes, "WTF?!"
Do You Still Rely on Free WiFi? I do shell out my own dollars for Internet access at home, but I must admit that I was a WiFi snatcher at one point. Whether I want to read recipes online as I cook or shop for furniture from bed, being able to log on in my own digs makes a vast difference in my life and it's well worth the cost. Are you still hooked on free WiFi?
Are You Ready For the Digital Television Changeover? In a last-ditch effort to ditch the digital conversion last week, the Consumers Union and President-elect Barack Obama pressed Congress to delay the change, which will effectively shut off any antenna-using TVs. The FCC chief, however, argued at CES that delaying that transition now would just create confusion for Americans, adding that a lot of time, effort, and money have gone into getting the nation ready to switch to digital by Feb. 17. Geeksugar wants to know — are you ready for the switch?
Our gals at GeekSugar spotted a Goyard laptop case that, at $830 a pop, is rubbing some people the wrong way. Gizmodo posted their frustrations with Geeksugar's excitement but we think someone needs to remind them that this is just par for the course. We're talking about a company that has, since 1892, produced leather goods for pets. We're talking about custom-sized dog collars and traveling water bowls and Gizmodo is up in arms about laptop cases? Puhlease. Geeksugar, we feel your enthusiasm. That is one snazzy, albeit pricey, leather good.
*Also, we're pretty sure it's just a document case that Vogue poised as a laptop case but that's beside the point.
Wii Knee to Be the New Hot Video Game Injury It's not going to be all eggnog and booze-related damage done this Christmas, if you plan on playing the Wii with your family over the holidays. Doctors have coined a new term for Wii-related injuries, "Wii Knee." The doctors say these Wii-caused aches and pains occur because certain Wii games encourage people to mimic playing sports.
Cell Phone Camera Tip: Remember the Wine For Later This is a great use of your cell phone's camera for the holiday season, since many people go out to dinner, parties, and drink wine while out. There have been many times where I tasted a new bottle of wine, decided I loved it, and tried to remember what it was called so I could purchase it later.