Wireless Must-Haves – by Shave Magazine

Kodak Pulse Digital Frame
Kodak Pulse Digital Frame

Digital photo frames have been around for a while now, but thanks to Shave Magazine‘s article, Wireless Must-Haves, I’ve found the Kodak Pulse Digital Frame, which takes this product to a whole new level.

“Create your own e-mail address for the frame to receive new pictures and then send pictures from a computer or e-mail pictures from mobile phones as soon as they’re taken.”

My first thought: What a perfect gift for grandparents. Imagine them sitting in the living room, and then all of a sudden, there pops up a brand new photo of their cherished little one. And all Mom or Dad had to do was e-mail the photo as they might usually do. But instead of sending it to Gramps, they send it right to the frame. Awesome.

Other features like built-in WiFi and Touchscreen help justify the reasonable $129.95 MSRP.

For more cool gadgets, see the rest of the article. For more on just about anything of interest to men – everything from women to fitness to cars to poker – be sure to check out Shave Magazine’s site and subscribe to be notified of weekly updates. I just did.

Help Me Win a MacBook Air

I just produced a (silly) video for a contest to help win a new MacBook Air notebook computer for my wife.

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jQuery Increment Plugin – Now with Mousewheel Support

jQuery Increment Plugin
jQuery Increment Plugin

The latest version of the jQuery Increment plugin (v. 0.6) now supports use of the mousewheel plugin by Brandon Aaron to increment/decrement numeric input values. Ensure scripts are loaded in the proper order (jquery » mousewheel » increment).

Try it out: jQuery Increment Demo

Download Increment Now

See the original Increment blog post.