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Plush Twitter Bird toy

Posted in twitter by Conner Flynn on August 23rd, 2010

If you can’t stop tweeting and retweeting, this Twitter Bird Plush Toy is for you. He’s a cuddly and soft 3D version of the famous Twitter bird. This is one of the most popular versions of the bird and if you know anything at all about old school rock you know that the “bird is the word”.

You can pick up the 8″ high Twitter Bird Plush Toy from Crefun for just $12.99. Squeeze him, hug him, put him on your desk. It’s all good. At least until they make a fail whale toy, which will eat this little guy.

Birdcage Backpack lets your bird come along

Posted in Pets by Conner Flynn on October 4th, 2009

Birdcage Backpack lets your bird come alongWe’ve seen a birdcage backpack before, but we didn’t know where to order one. Thankfully there’s one that’s actually available so that you can bring your bird with you everywhere. Just remember, during long hikes it will get heavier by the hour as the bird poop piles up.

The Pak o Bird backpack comes in one of three sizes depending upon the size of your bird. The $129 backpack has an included privacy curtain, dragonwood perch, and adjustable food cup. The mesh exterior is see-through yet chew-proof so your bird won’t escape.

Bird Identiflyer enjoys clever wordplay, birds

Posted in Outdoors by Conner Flynn on August 24th, 2009

Bird Identiflyer enjoys clever wordplay, birdsMost humans out there who really love birds probably have some bird related knowledge and can identify birds by their songs. But maybe you are a novice bird enthusiast who hasn’t yet learned to identify them by sound. Well, the Bird Identiflyer can help.

The Bird Identiflyer can quickly identify bird songs with just the press of a button. It will help you to identify 120 birds and even 10 frogs by their songs and colors. You can search by region, color, habitat or alphabetically. Select the bird, then press a button to hear its song.

Early Bird alarm clock wakes you with birdsong, reminds you that Twitter is waiting

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on February 15th, 2009

Early Bird alarm clock wakes you with birdsong, reminds you that Twitter is waitingThe Early Bird alarm clock from Fred & Friends will wake you up gently with the sounds of birdsong. The little bird icon even glows, like some sweet avian angel of addiction, subtly reminding you that Twitter awaits on the intertubez.

This bird themed alarm is easy to set and comes with automatic snooze. Which I suppose beats a shotgun sound effect to quiet those birds.

Wireless Lark Doorbell alerts you with a twitter

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on November 24th, 2008

Wireless Lark Doorbell alerts you with a twitterSome doorbells can be downright jarring when a visitor presses the button. Just plain loud and offensive. It can really suck if you’re having a quiet night and you’ve had way to much caffeine. Why not put a little soothing nature into the whole doorbell thing? The Wireless Lark Doorbell will do just that. It’s a fake Lark that will cost you £7.33. The lark has a built in 2W speaker that will sound off with bird noise when guests arrive. The sound of birds chirping can be soothing instead of alarming. Good idea.

Birdcage Backpack for modern day pirates

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on July 18th, 2008

Birdcage Backpack for modern day pirates
In the days of sailing the open seas, walking the plank, and sanding your peg-leg by hand, it was all the rage to have a bird on your shoulder. These days it’s frowned upon for some reason. That’s where the Birdcage backpack comes in.

You and your feathered friend can journey through the world together once again and leave a trail of bird droppings smell everywhere you go, while he makes snide comments. And if you have a hook hand and peg-leg it really makes a statement.

Bird Song Identifier is no help at all

Posted in Outdoors by Conner Flynn on May 28th, 2008

Bird Song Identifier is no help at all
At first glance you might think this is an awesome way to identify birds in the wild or in your backyard, by the song they sing. After all, it’s got a 54 page song book and a scanner that looks like a pen. This is just what you needed to identify birds by sound. Except it’s not quite what you think.

You scan the barcode for a bird, and then you can listen to a digital recording of the song from the speaker. That’s all well and good if you need to know what a bird sounds like, but it doesn’t help you identify a song you hear just now outside. The only thing to do is scan through all the damn birds in the book! In short, this device is for the birds!

The BirdXPeller Pro bird repeller

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on April 8th, 2008

The BirdXPeller Pro bird repeller
It used to be that when those loud ass birds assault your ears at the butt-crack of dawn, you’d have to get out the shotgun, take a shot through your window, and upon the sweet sound of silence, go back to sleep and save the glass cleanup till you get up at noon. Not anymore though. For one thing it’s not socially acceptable to kill small animals. Use the BirdXPeller Pro bird repeller instead.

It won’t kill all the birds. It just repels them by emitting different noises that make them believe a predator is near. It will scare off birds within one acre. Three different types of the BirdXPeller Pro frighten away different birds. $239.

USB Owl is a strange desk pet

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on February 20th, 2008

USB Owl is a strange desk pet
Here’s the latest in desk pets that plug into your usb port. This owl is cute, but kinda creepy. Sure, he comes off all wise and all, but I get the feeling that the minute you turn your back on him, he gets all evil. And we all know owls are nocturnal creatures. That means that while you are asleep, this bird is wide awake, plotting your eventual demise.

He has a clip that allows him to perch on top of your computer monitor, or you can use the optional tree-stump. He blinks and moves his head from side to side, while he watches you. He’ll also move his eyes around. He’ll be available on May 5, 2008 and will cost you about $26. If you give a hoot! Video after the jump.