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flashbag

January 1, 1970 | By |

flash bag

The size of the device changes depending on the amount of data it holds. When the device is about to blow up you will see the familiar error message on your screen: “There is not enough free space”. When swithched off the flashbag remains pumped up, so you can estimate with the naked eye how much more pics, books and music albums can be transferred into it.
The flashbag is a memory stick which inflates according to the amount of data stored, or as Random Good Stuff calls it nicely: the TickDrive / iTick.

[via Boing Boing]
Update: Max/Design-Crit posted another funky memory stick in the Gizmodo comments on the TickDrive:

technology addiction

(Go check out his awesome collection of shopping bag designs, too!)


And one of my all-time favorites posted awhile ago:

wooden USB stick


Update: While keeping reading, more and more unusual memory stick designs pop up. Not so sure if they actually work – looks massively photoshopped – but anyway:

sushi drive

and, last point for now, some USB-related art: dialog05

01 Jan

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foam bath

January 1, 1970 | By |

foam test

Cellar.org
has great pictures of a fire-extinguisher system in an airport hangar going awry. Or too well, that is. When the foam just wouldn’t stop flowing after 15 secs, it just got a little out of control. Like, two storeys out of control…

[via Boing Boing]

01 Jan

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subliminal messages

January 1, 1970 | By |

subliminal messages in football

subliminal messages in football? … Arkansas Razorback players Clarke Moore, Brett Goode and Casey Dick need to stop hanging out on the sidelines!

The power of bad context.

[RebeccaB on flickr]