At first glance these look like Lego building blocks for young kids. In reality, these toys are disguising something more functional: white out tape. This product is probably meant to appeal to kids or teens as a fun alternative to office-supply-like white out tape dispensers. How fun would it be to have toy blocks on your desk? It would sure raise the teacher's suspicions that you may just be having too much fun in class.
Rumor has it that Ford is bringing back the Capri, a British 70s classic. Apparently production will start in 2012. Whether it's true or not, and if it'll be exclusively for the UK market remains to be seen.
Now that you have an iPhone and the novelty has worn off a bit, it's time to get busy downloading some neat wallpapers for your phone from Poolga. The nice, big touchscreen is the perfect backdrop for a full-color wallpaper (unless you opt for something black n' white like this or this). Check out their flickr collection to see them as they'd appear on screen.
(The images here are a couple of hand-drawn wallpapers I did that are now available on Poolga. I hope you like them!)
I've discovered a neat little coffee maker called the WMF 1 from German appliance company, WMF (Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik AG). The styling alone is worth noting, but the way it works is so simple it's worth mentioning, too. You use little coffee pods with enough coffee for one serving, while the reservoir holds enough water for one cup. The appliance comes in other accent colors, like green, yellow and gray. I really like the design and hope the user experience is at least as good as the styling. If anyone has ever used this, let me know what your experience with the product was like.