Mondays seem to go by faster – for us, anyway – when you can buy a few gadgets (or at least daydream about buying them).
Neatorama.com tipped us off today to BuckyBalls, which are 216 balls made from those incredibly strong rare earth magnets. You can combine them to make a cool sculpture, like this. These are now part of Hunch’s Geeky Gadget Gifts topic. We’re going to order some of these for the Hunch office.
Frank Fillipponio at AutoBlog wrote about this tricked-out SUV/RV/Truck/Van thing that you’ve got to see to believe. Ok, it’s not really a gadget, but it’s extreme enough that we wanted to write about it, anyway. It’s been added to Hunch’s dream cars topic. Unlike the BuckyBalls, though, we probably won’t be getting one of these for the office.
CrunchGear came across a nice little Mac app called Autograph that uses the trackpad to help you easily add signatures to docs. It includes other fun features like adding sketches/doodles in an iChat session, or even analyzing signatures as a user authentication/biometrics method. It’s only 7 bucks but does have one catch: you need OSX 10.6/Snow Leopard to run it. But then, you should probably be upgrading to that, anyway. You can find Autograph and other helpful Mac programs in Hunch’s Useful Mac Software topic.