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Just downloaded the vanilla test version of Sega’s Football Manager 2010.

If I’m honest, which I generally am, then I was never a big fan of this series.  I was always much more attached to Championship Manager.

Anyhow, they say that it has been improved in the following areas:

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iPOD CONTROLLED LIGHTS

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I’ve got to get this for my office / flat, although, seeing as I always have my iPhone in my hand, I’ll probably end up giving my family epilepsy…if you can give someone that.

Check it out in action…if you want to skip the “how I made it” stuff, then skip to 1:40.

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iPOD BUTT PLUG

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Only in Japan could they come up with an iPod charger that looks like a cross between a butt plug and a bear.

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MORE MONEY THAN SENSE?

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Crisis, what crisis?  While some of us are looking at that big heating bill that just arrived and thinking “f+ck, where will I find that”, others are drooling at the chance to part with a large sum of cash for something garish.

Christian Dior’s second generation accessory cellphone will be gold plated while featuring black PVD coats that are encrusted with sapphire crystals. Nice.  God knows what features it has, other than probably weighing more than it’s cash equivalent in coins, but who cares when it fits perfectly to your botoxed lips, right?

You can’t just buy these off the rack – special order only. The Zelie will come with a red case while the Zenaide will come in white.

Just how much will this set the Ogliarch amongst you back?  $7,900 and $13,400, respectively – thanks to optional diamonds all over.  The good news is, they will be available before Christmas, in case you’re not sure what to get your LV clad wife or mistress.

PS3 v BRAVIA LCD TV

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As part of a Sony ad campaign in Australia, the company launched a PS3 into a Bravia LCD TV at 50mph.

If you’re in OZ, pay attention, they are giving stuff away.

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