I’m a gadget freak (as most of us are), and am particularly fond of anything pertaining to time, calendars, globes, planets, geophysics, construction gizmos, puzzles, and just about anything with cool LEDs (yeah, very specific, I know). My newest toy is an LED binary clock – a clock with six columns of LEDs (first two for the two digits in the hour, middle two for the two digits in the minute, and so on). Each column has 2, 3, or 4 LEDs of binary values 1, 2, 4, and 8. Not that useful as a clock, but oh so much fun to watch the expressions on the faces of people looking at it. http://www.thinkgeek.com/cubegoodies/lights/59e0/ 🙂

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  1. Congrats!! looks really cool, my last item at thinkgeek was a t-shirt saying
    SELECT * FROM management WHERE clue > 0
    0 rows returned
    Imagine the faces in the hall when I walk by 😉

  2. retired inventor has good basic short story suitable for "fill-in"-romance etc.–
    DEATHS KINGDOM–a mix of Stephen King/South Pacific/N.Am. Indian folklore–Brigadoon–mankinds eternal longings= with beautful twists. Cpd. 2003 NEW.
    Good for film.Available.It’s time has come–again. Whats old is new.

  3. retired inventor has good basic short story suitable for "fill-in"-romance etc.–
    DEATHS KINGDOM–a mix of Stephen King/South Pacific/N.Am. Indian folklore–Brigadoon–mankinds eternal longings= with beautful twists. Cpd. 2003 NEW.
    Good for film.Available.It’s time has come–again. Whats old is new.

  4. retired inventor has good basic short story suitable for "fill-in"-romance etc.–
    DEATHS KINGDOM–a mix of Stephen King/South Pacific/N.Am. Indian folklore–Brigadoon–mankinds eternal longings= with beautful twists. Cpd. 2003 NEW.
    Good for film.Available.It’s time has come–again. Whats old is new.

  5. retired inventor has good basic short story suitable for "fill-in"-romance etc.–
    DEATHS KINGDOM–a mix of Stephen King/South Pacific/N.Am. Indian folklore–Brigadoon–mankinds eternal longings= with beautful twists. Cpd. 2003 NEW.
    Good for film.Available.It’s time has come–again. Whats old is new.

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