Richard Kadrey is a novelist and screenwriter living in San Francisco. His books include Sandman Slim, The Everything Box, Butcher Bird, and the forthcoming, Ballistic Kiss. Cool Tools asked him to describe four things he keeps in his bag, which include a Roku streaming TV player, a portable hard drive, Ultimate Ears MEGABOOMs, QuietComfort 35 Bluetooth headphones, and Pocket Travelers notebook. Read about them here, or better yet, sign up for the weekly What's in my bag? newsletter.
What's in author Richard Kadrey's bag?
- cool tools
- useful stuff
Which of these 15 brands of extension cords is the best
Project Farm torture tested 15 different 50-foot extension cords to find the best one. I enjoyed watching the plugs and cords fail under the punishing and ingenious tests they underwent.… READ THE REST
I use this wooden tabletop easel every day
After years of hunching over a table to draw, I began experiencing back pain that would keep me awake at night. As a solution, I began using this wooden 5-Position… READ THE REST
Grandpa Witmer's Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Mixer
I don't know who Grandpa Witmer is, but around our compound, he's a SubGenius ShorDurPerSav and a Discordian Saint. We use Saint Witmer's Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Mixer to mix peanut… READ THE REST
Store your special memories and important files securely with 200GB of Amaryllo Cloud Storage
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This ergonomic, 24-inch dual-screen monitor can completely transform your workspace
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This 3-in-1 USB-C charging cable can charge your Apple device simultaneously for only $18
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