Today at Boing Boing Gadgets

Today at Boing Boing Gadgets, we loved the Logitech Mice That Weren't, hailed The Sharper Image's comeback, and wondered whether its "Inventor's Lab" would stop it becoming just another brand-for-hire.

Uncut currency wrapping paper made Christmas morning a felony, a new iPhone app made it easier to log into free WiFi hotspots, and a Spectrum ZX81 was ressurected as an Ubuntu PC.

Oobject listed ten fascinating toolboxes, Joel cooked in the Kitchen of 1943's Future while wearing Too Late watches, and we learned that If man were meant to fly, God would have given him wood-working tools.

John, meanwhile, experienced Sonic Nausea – no, not yet another hedghog game. Rob reviewed Antec's Skeleton PC case

There was an Animal screen cleaner for your dirty display, classic Andy Rooney going ape over computers, and LEGO Pirates, ahoy!

Netbooks are the hacker's friend, birds live in Bird House CCTV Cameras, and Cameraphones became your weapon in the coming price-match wars.

There was a Vintage PC hardware gallery, a A drinking straw made from straw, and an Eee Box with HDMI and a swankier video chip. You want a
shuriken magnets.

Nighttime video was shot with Canon's 5D mkII, Cats rode Roombas, and an inflatable outdoor projection screen was made to accompany inflatable pools and inflatable barbecues.