I'm not sure if this is even real or not, but I sure hope it is because I'm getting pretty damn tired of the reading material options in the office bathroom (a couple Highlights and an empty cereal box). The RSStroom Reader allegedly prints out your favorite RSS feeds on toilet paper so you can catch up on Geekologie without bringing your laptop to the can (which, don't get me wrong, is perfectly acceptable as well). Now that's just freaking brilliant. Plus, it comes with biometric user identification (presumably assblast-based) so I don't have to sift through all The Superficial Writer's Tigerbeat and BOP feeds. Haha, I know I promised I wouldn't tell, but I'm a liar, not a 12-year old girl!
RSStroom Reader shows where you think blogs belong [dvice]
Thanks to Marie, a hot French chick who promises to wipe exclusively with Geekologie
The Connect-A-Desk is a $40 hands-free laptop desk that hangs from your neck. It was designed to make you look cool and I think it's safe to say it's working perfectly. My tipster, Kenny, had this to say about the device:
saw this on thinkgeek, and figured youd fin... / Continue →
Unbeknownst to me, Roto-Rooter (the toilet unclogging company) gave away a pimped out man-bathroom last year. It had a beer tap and 42" flatscreen and all this other stuff that is mandatory for a room that you shower and shit in. Well, to keep up with the hip 20-something cro... / Continue →
That's right folks, Kimberly-Clark (the makers of Scott brand) are about to drop a bomb #2 on the toilet paper world next week with the introduction of cardboard tube-free rolls. Manufacturing magic! Sadly, no word on how this will effect a roll's ability to be thrown over t... / Continue →