Today at Boing Boing Gadgets


Today at Boing Boing Gadgets, we presented Low-Altitude Attack Zeppelin, our exciting futile browser game; rode to work in teflon-cuffed pants; and ate from Doha Chebib's beautiful log bowls.

Joel read that Esquire's e-ink cover was an environmental bad idea, fumed at the stupid marketing term "3.75G," and lauded the new supersize Gorillapod. He spotted a device that keeps human larvae clean during meals.

Rob wondered if China's electromagnetic space drive was pseudoscience, found a Windows Vista ad in an apt location, and saw a new pocket guitar amp.

John reviewed Trust's useful all-in-one wireless keyboard 'n' trackball, but was otherwise indisposed.

There were creepy robots; a robot breakfast; robots that fail gracefully; and robots that make party political broadcasts in England.

Hook them all up with a Furutech's ultra-expensive power cable. As for another man dead after being tased by cops, perhaps it's time to take the power away.

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