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Hello Internet…

Firstly I would like to apologise for not posting the last 2 months!

Things have been pretty manic with work, as I am sure most of you can agree!

So after much deliberation I have decided to stop creating original blog posts for everything I find for your wanting eyes.



I will still be sharing everything I find through my other Social Networks instead,  I feel this way I can bring you more content and spare you my terrible writing skills!

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Twitter: @somfblog

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Instagram: @chadwell

Or just click on the buttons on the page to be directed there, I promise you won’t be sorry!

There is also Flipboard Magazine coming soon, so keep searching for it!!

Thanks to everyone who has visited this blog and shared posts with your friends…

I hope to see you all over the inter webs!


Apple Products from 80’s and 90’s

These are some products that didn’t make the cut during the 80’s and 90’s. Luckily the iPhone eventually made it out into the public.

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Found on: Lost at E Minor

SlickWraps for Apple TV Remote

company called SlickWraps has a new skin for the Apple TV remote that will make it much easier to find in the dark. The company is now shipping glow in the dark skins for the Apple Remote. The skins are available in multiple colors and stick on like a sticker.

The skins are available in glowing green, blue, orange, yellow, and purple. The wrap itself comes in three pieces and promises an easy installation. The wraps will glow in the dark for hours.

Like most glowing items, the glowing skins are charged by ambient light. The longer and brighter the light source exposure, the brighter the remote skins will glow. The glowing skins are available now for $9.95 each on SlickWraps.

Found on: SlashGear

iKettle, A Wi-Fi Kettle That Lets You Remotely Boil Water

The iKettle is the “world’s first” Wi-Fi kettle that allows you to remotely boil water via your smartphone. It has a one-touch setup for easy use, even when just waking up. The iKettle is available to purchase at Firebox.

The wake mode gently rouses you from your deep slumber: Good Morning! Would you like me to pop the kettle on? Yes / No. Is there any better wake-up call? Squint open half an eye, hit ‘Yes’ then drift back off to sleep, safe in the knowledge that in the kitchen your iKettle is boiling, ready to deliver your morning rocket fuel. Once boiled it’ll ask if you’re ready or if you’d prefer to keep it warm for a while. Who needs a butler!?



Found on: Laughing Squid

A Key Ring That Doubles As An iPhone Stand

Turns out, the smallest design details here makes all the difference: The leather has rough edges in part because its recycled and is split in the middle. Pop back one of the bands, and there’s a small notch that acts as a levee for the other half of the keyring.

Found on: FastCoDesign

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Apple Knocks Coca-Cola off the Throne as World’s Most Valuable Brand

The report, to be released on Monday, is from Interbrand, a corporate identity and brand consulting company owned by the Omnicom Group that has been compiling what it calls the Best Global Brands report since 2000. The previous No. 1 brand, Coca-Cola, fell to No. 3.

Not only has Apple replaced Coca-Cola as first among the 100 most valuable brands based on criteria that include financial performance, this is the first time that the soft drink known for slogans like “It’s the real thing” has not been No. 1….

… Last year, when Coca-Cola finished atop the Best Global Brands list for the 13th consecutive time, an executive at the Coca-Cola Company acknowledged the streak but noted that “nothing lasts forever.”…

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Found on: The New York Times