Not only are the gifts covered in today's episode perfect to meet the mediocre expectations of a white elephant party, but this episode itself is in essence our very own white elephant gift to you! Interpret that as you will, and have a wonderful holiday, everyone!Subscribe with iTunes (audio) Subscribe with iTunes (video) Subscribe with RSS (audio) Subscribe with RSS (video) EPISODE 166
Usually, alarms are meant to let you know when people are trying to get into your abode--unless you have kids. In the latter case, we need all the help we can get to track their whereabouts, especially if they have a penchant for bolting out the door and into the street.
The "RNID Contact Mat" is designed to provide just that. When the sensor-equipped doormat detects the pitter-patter of little feet, it fires off a wireless signal to a pager or a mobile receiver letting your know that the perimeter has been breached, not unlike those "Invisible Fences&… Read more
When I was a kid, one of my friends had a doormat at her house that simply said "GO AWAY." Of course, it was a joke, and we all thought it was hilarious. But that was the 20th century, and nowadays a simple threatening message just won't do. This is the digital age, folks.
Apparently, now you have to scare your unwanted visitors away with an LED animation of the classic arcade game "Space Invaders." The Back Off Doormat, which retails for $110, is designed to do just that. It's powered by two AA … Read more