Swedish Firesteel Is Another Tool You Can Use To Light Fire

The use of this Swedish fire steel is to produce fire sparks when building. It is rated as the best since it can work under all kinds of weather condition and any altitude. This tool originated from the department of Swedish defense. It has been used by armies all over the world. Its popularity grew and was adapted and used to light stoves and gas barbecues. To light fire using this tool, you just metal blade across the firesteel. Once the sparks are generated, throw them to small pieces of…

Jeans For Geeks

Those who like carrying their iPhones or iPod with them need jeans for the geeks for easy portability. They are custom-made jeans with sizeable and special pockets that can fit iPhones of various sizes. You no longer need to hook them on your belt as this does not look fashionable. You can carry them in your back pocket because they have soft padding that reduces pressure. You can also carry with you your USB stick because the jeans have numerous pockets. This cable is very important for your iPhone especially…

Electronic Rock Guitar T-Shirt

How about getting a shirt that has a guitar attached to it and you can play anywhere any time any rhythm? That would be totally a perfect choice for everyone loving outing and affection for music. Yea, a cool electric rock guitar t-shirt is out there for interested people who can now wear the t-shirt and leave the concern of carrying a guitar all the time hanging from their neck. This new cool electronic rock guitar t-shirt is machine washable, made from pure cotton with all the guitar strings attached…

Toy Motorcycles Created from Watch Parts

A deviantART user takes old watches apart and creates toy motorcycles. I have to admit, they look pretty damn good. And it’s also an innovative approach to make use of old broken watches. If you take a closer look, you can see crystal, winging knob and stems, a gold watchband and I’m sure there’s more technical detail to it that I’m missing. This could be an excellent piece of art to have in your home. It will certainly start up a few conversations amongst your guests. Maybe the guy plans…

Growing Up Geek: Tim Stevens

Growing Up Geek: Tim Stevens I didn’t even really like Superman when that picture was taken. I think I was three or four and well on my way to being a fat kid. I mean, sure, the movies were boss, and Christopher Reeve was the man — all suave and all-powerful — but I didn’t know Kal-El from a candy cane. I liked his costume, though, and of course I knew that he was super strong and could fly. I was obviously super strong … Read more on Engadget The…