Spaghetti tower not only stores your pasta, it also measures the ideal quantity for your meal.
The cap can be opened to four different openings that determine the amount of spaghetti to be dispensed. Ranges from1 to 4 portions. Simply pour the perfect portion of spaghetti directly from the container.
Hitting your lunch break is normally the high part of a long day at work. The only problem you will inevitably face, is having weird smelling breath after you have eaten. The opportunity to brush your teeth is not always available right after lunch, but no one is going to want to be around you if you have bad breath.
If you’d rather not bring a travel toothbrush and tube of toothpaste to work everyday, then you might want to switch to the Rolly Brush. This is a little disc covered in 276 spiky rubber bristles that are supposed to be as good as brushing your teeth.
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A former British Olympic athlete named Daley Thompson has come up with a plan to help use the massive ferris wheel to promote the London Olympic Games kicking off soon.
Working with EDF Energy, the wheel’s sponsor, an algorithm will sort through positive and negative tweets sent with the tag #Energy2012. The wheel will be lit up depending on the portion of positive comments sent with the tag.
Ag++ is an iPhone case by designer Andrea Ponti and Case Logic that blatantly challenges Apple’s approach. It’s rigid and durable, carved from a block of aluminum. But at the same time, it’s cognizant of your hands, with a two-part screw-lock design that accommodates the phone’s contact points with your meat mitts.
JCDecaux and Mathieu Lehanneur won the call for projects by the Mairie de Paris devoted to intelligent furniture with Escale Numérique, a connected haven of peace available to everyone.
Set up on the Rond Point des Champs-Elysées, Escale Numérique is a revival of the underground fibre optic network which is now supplying the capital.