Nice shirt, bro. IT'S CALLED AN IRON.
Because arts & crafters will never stop hot-gluing things to other things, this is a nonfunctional keyboard tuxedo (not to be confused with functional keyboard pants) made out of 1. a jacket and 2. a bunch of computer keys. It looks like something that crazy f*** with all the question marks on his jacket would wear (you're no Riddler), making it the last thing a normal person would want to be caught dead in. Or caught spread-eagle on the kitchen floor in for that matter. No sir, you're gonna want a 'KISS THE COOK' apron for that one.
A Jacket For Geeks [makeuseof]
Thanks to Sharlene, who fashioned a mousepad dress once but used Elmer's glue instead of hot-glue and was naked before she even left the house.
The undeniable pinnacle of computer peripherals, the Fast Fingers keyboard is a $20 example of the opposite of that. It does allow you to choose between a standard QWERTY keyboard layout and an alphabetically ordered one though. But is that all? NO SIR, BECAUSE IF YOU ORDER ... / Continue →
Don't smile at me like that! I can tell these $125 computer key seats have been around for a while because of the 'Â© 2004' text in the image. What can I say, I'm observant. Hey -- I saw that! Anyway, this was the first time I'd seen these chairs so they're new to me. If t... / Continue →
HACOA has announced their do it yourself wooden keyboard is shipping, and at a measly $300. It comes with everything you see in the picture, including the little saw so you can get the keys apart. For $300 you'd think they'd already be separated, but I guess you're really payin... / Continue →