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  • February 24, 2011
    'April Showers' and 'The Gardner' are two $9.50 comics that you can plant and grow into a garden provided you take care of them and your dog doesn't Golden Shower them when they're seedlings. They're not actual full-length comics though, just two pages. Still, clever idea. A... / Continue →
  • September 16, 2010
    There are two kinds of desserts in this world: those that glow, and those that taste like ass. Thankfully, Hostess (I SAID I'LL SEAT MYSELF!) GloBalls glow. But not really, they're just bright-ass green and are the official prepacked fattening food snack of the Green Lantern.... / Continue →
  • June 10, 2010
    Oh God, the GW has gone and waded past the buoys marking the shallow end and is posting pictures of bushes again -- and not the good kind. Oh ye of little faith, you know I wouldn't do that to you (yes, yes I 100% would and not feel bad about it either). You see, that ain't n... / Continue →
  • March 9, 2010
    LEGO and Pixar got together to release this green army men set in celebration of the upcoming Toy Story 3. They're just like the green army men you used to have checker wars with as a kid, except LEGO. What, no radio-pack guy?! There's an important mission in Andy's bedroom ... / Continue →
  • February 18, 2010
    I don't really keep up with women's fashion ever since my petition for toplessness was shot down in Congress, but I do know that plants are good. They like, photosynthesize and stuff and that's good for us because of something to do with nitrous oxide. Ha, did I say nitrous? ... / Continue →
  • February 18, 2009
    You know what I hate? Rhubarb. Never liked it. Also, when batteries die. Or a beloved family pet. *sniff* Focus, GW, focus. BAAAAAATTERIES! Designed by Knut Karlsen, the SunCats are basically a set of old NiMH rechargeable batteries wrapped in a flexible Photo Voltaic cel... / Continue →
  • February 17, 2009
    LG is planning on dropping a solar-powered cell phone on the mobile communications market so you'll no longer need a wall charger to power your communication device. You just need a sunny park bench, a loaf of bread, and a flock of trained pigeons. BAM -- did my level of gree... / Continue →
  • February 4, 2009
    There was a time in my life when I drank Sierra Nevada like it was my job. Sadly, I was fired. And now the company is making bio-fuel with beer leftovers. Sierra Nevada, brewer of delicious beers, has purchased a MicroFueler, a contraption that produces ethanol from water, s... / Continue →
  • January 28, 2009
    Moss is like nature's carpet that never has to be vacuumed. So why not bring a little of the outdoors in with a mossy bathmat? Nguyen La Chanh's ingenious design is made from a decay-free foam called plastazote, and populated with three varieties of moss: ball, island, and ... / Continue →
  • January 13, 2009
    This is a water faucet with a shifter. Because, let's face it, regular faucets just aren't fast enough. The shifter controls the volume of water flowing, and is completely unnecessary. Still, it looks cool. It's just not practical. Now put a sink in a car -- THEN we'd be t... / Continue →
  • January 7, 2009
    Motorola unveiled what is believed to be the first carbon neutral (and sideways) cell phone at the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show this week. The W233 Renew Phone is made predominately out of recycled plastic bottles and Motorola hopes it will help the company bust a circuit al... / Continue →
  • December 15, 2008
    It's a fact: in a barfight you want to be wielding a nice glass bottle. Or a heavy mug. Or a pool cue. Or a handful of darts. Or a knife. What you don't want is a paper bottle. You try papercutting an enemy and he's gonna to choke you out. And God knows what he's going t... / Continue →
  • November 5, 2008
    Okay it doesn't really sting, it's just a freaking car. Oh wait, maybe it does. The Scorpion gets its sting from a hydrogen delivery system the company calls H2GO. While cars like the Honda FCX Clarity and Chevrolet Equinox use hydrogen fuel cells to drive electric motors, th... / Continue →
  • August 20, 2008
    This solar panel tie collects light and, through a process that even Scientologists don't understand, converts it to usable energy. The tie has a little pocket on the back that stores the gadget you're charging, and is completely impractical. I'm all for green shit (figurativ... / Continue →
  • August 19, 2008
    Krispy Kreme, best known for their heart-stoppingly delicious glazed donuts is now making grass sandals. Wait, what? Krispy Kreme questioned over 1,000 UK workers and found that over half (53%) of urbanites believe their stress levels are affected by a lack of contact with ... / Continue →
  • July 7, 2008
    Toyota already plans to roll out a plug-in version of the Prius in 2010, and now there are rumors of the company installing solar panels on upcoming models. The panels, if they do become a reality, won't power the engine, but rather the air conditioning, stereo, windows, telev... / Continue →
  • June 30, 2008
    Remember the kid that built that wooden bike awhile ago? That thing was sweet and made from trees. And so is this one. Phil Bridge is a 21-year old Industrial Design student that developed a cardboard bicycle. The idea is to make bikes so cheap that nobody will be put off b... / Continue →
  • June 3, 2008
    Use this thing, the Suzukaze Air-Conditioned Seat Cushion. It keeps your rear cool, funk free, and is allegedly eco-friendly. Using the sweat generated by your bum and a tiny bit of energy, this cushion has an internal fan that blows over 170 liters of air per minute to kee... / Continue →
  • June 3, 2008
    Listen up guys: it turns out driving an eco-friendly car may increase your chances of getting to touch a woman. According to a study conducted by GM as part of this year's Challenge X competition: * Nearly 9 in 10 women (88 percent) say they'd rather chat up someone who... / Continue →
  • May 2, 2008
    Xerox has decided that, since people can't seem to stop printing things, and that wasted paper is environmentally unfriendly, they'd make a self-erasing paper product. The paper contains specially coded molecules that create a print after being exposed to ultraviolet light emit... / Continue →