The USB Fridge and Heater, from USBGeek takes 5 minutes to cool a beverage to 54Â°F or heat one to 116Â°F from a starting temperature of 82Â°F. They cost $34. You know I love all things USB, so I've already got one on order. Last month I got busted for having beer in the mini-fridge in my cubicle, so I've had to be real stealthy in order to get drunk at work. This thing will work perfect. I'll hide my beer/liquor in a filing cabinet, and then pop it in the USB cooler as needed. Sure 54Â°F isn't exactly ice cold, but I drank a whole fifth of Jack Daniels once on a nature hike after it spent 2 hours soaking up the heat of my trunk. I'm a man damnit.
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The $60 Cooper Cooler Rapid Beverage Chiller chills a beer down to 43 Â°F in sixty seconds. So, at the moderate drinking rate of one beer per 45 seconds, you only have 15 seconds of down time until the next beer is ready. Not too shabby. You just fill the P.O.S. with ice and... / Continue →
This is a video of the Star Wars Imperial March played on a 3 1/2" disk (the 5 1/4" floppy's rigid little sister). It's just as awesome as you thought it would be. Unless you thought it wouldn't be awesome, in which case you're wrong. Just like I was when we were playing al... / Continue →