Have Yourself A Geeky Little Christmas: It can be surprisingly difficult to find the right gift for the tech fanatics in your life. Here’s one idea:
Nobody likes desktop cable clutter (except maybe the Grinch), and while the most fastidious of us have overcome it with precise arrangement and careful coiling, most computer users just end up tolerating the power cords and charging cables that snake messily along the back half of our desks. The Cable Fondler is a quick, cheap fix—a $15 piece of bamboo that sticks to the side of your desk, keeping your power cord and the rest out of the way—but still at arms reach.
“The MTA’s iconic blue-and-gold MetroCard, wielded daily by 8.5 million New York City public transit riders, is getting a new look, brought to you by retail stores around the city who are turning your transit card into a coupon.
Starting this week, NYC riders will start seeing branded cards featuring coupons or promotions from retail stores.
Gap, for example, is using the MetroCard’s real estate to promote its newly remodeled flagship retail store in Chelsea. It’s also offering MTA riders 20% off through November 18 when they present their Gap-branded MetroCards at any retail location.”