In 2009, bigger will most definitely not (always) be better
Implications - The combination of global population growth and the constant stream of new technologies is causing a demand for innovations to shrink in size. This doesn’t just include the rise in small-space living and the surging development of compact cars, but also new pocket-sized consumer goods.
When you go out for a night on the town in style, you will probably wear sexy high heels. After all the dancing and drinking, the walk back to the taxi or to your house in these high-heels can be painful… [More]
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With the continuous trend and convenience of smaller and lighter gadgets in the business world, the portable office tie is a natural fit.
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I found the world's smallest flash drive, Pico USB on ThinkGeek. Its physical dimensions are 31.3mm x 12.4mm x 3.4mm, yet it holds a larger memory capacity than any other USB flash at 8 Gigs! It's sold… [More]
No more excuses for dirty hair! Paper Shampoo is the answer to the recent airline security restrictions on liquids. In addition to traveling, this ultra compact unique shampoo can be great for camping… [More]