The Federal Regulatory Energy Commission (FERC) has officially permitted the usage of Google Energy as a utility. The internet search giant can now sell energy, but unlike other electricity providers, Google wants to go carbon neutral. The company plans to focus on building numerous solar panels and fuel cells to power its own infrastructure (which partially it already does), while whatever it generates extra, can be sold to the consumers. Not bad an idea.
So what else can you stuff in your pocket that could be pretty handy while you are outside home. Here’s an idea to carry your own cutlery with you. Yes, the Credit Card Cutlery lets you do it which comes in a flat package so that it could fit in your wallet or purse. Take each one out from the package, interlock the handles and you are ready to use them.
Ekokook is a kitchen concept from Faltazi, which along with usual amenities blends in thoughtful ways of using and discarding various products used in a kitchen. Along with a cooking surface with extractor hood, a steam oven, storage facilities for food/utensils, a sink and even includes a refrigeration system. The interesting part of this project is that there is also a facility for converting organic waste matter into manure right inside this system.
After a whole bunch of crazy looking flash drives featured here [syringe, tie, catpaw]this one may seem to be the most simple without any complexity whatsoever. At first it may seem like a toy, as if a white eraser with letters E,n,t,e,r, which of course it is not. It is a flash drive and is the ‘Enter’ key from a keyboard that has been upcycled to make it lead a new life.