Today’s Cool Site of the Day is another cool find from The Grommet: The Tech Armor Ballistic Glass Screen Protector
For Apple iPhones, iPads and other devices, the Premium Ballistic Glass Screen Protector protects your screen from scratches and drops (maximizes your resale value) and has 99.99% clarity and touchscreen accuracy. According to Tech Armor:
“DID YOU KNOW – even with Apple Care, it’s still going to cost $49 to replace a broken screen on your iPhone! Without Apple Care, you will pay about $150! FOR A FRACTION OF THAT PRICE – Tech Armor Ballistic Glass Screen Protector will absorb almost any impact by sacrificing itself for your iPhone’s retina screen!”
WOULD YOU LIKE ONE FOR FREE??
If enough of you share (like) AND comment on this page, there’s a good chance that Tech Armor will send me a few screen protectors to giveaway to you, my loyal readers.
So, please, share away!
Finally, I’m giving away 3 Cool Site of the Day baseball hats (at random) to those of you who share (‘like’) this post on Facebook (see link below).
If you need one of these screen protectors right away (and, who doesn’t?) visit The Grommet and search ‘screen protector’ or visit Tech Armor directly.
P.S. Here’s the diagram that my son drew…he was really annoyed by the way the product was presented on the Tech Armor web site: “The idea has so much potential, but the website does not display how cool it is; it should look like the following (the website layout is way too confusing).”
This site accomplishes two things: 1) features a super cool toy (for grownups and 2) a well designed website that makes it enjoyable to learn more about the product (a traditional mason jar reconfigured as a uniquely cool cocktail shaker) and everything else W&P Design is up to.
WOULD YOU LIKE ONE FOR FREE??
If enough of you visit AND comment on this page, there’s a good chance that W&P Design will send me a few Mason Shakers (and their outstanding cocktail recipe book, Shake) to giveaway to you, my loyal readers.
So, please, comment away!
Finally, I’m giving away 3 Cool Site of the Day baseball hats (at random) to those of you who share (‘like’) this post on your Facebook timeline.
If you need one of these mason shakers right away (and, believe me, you do) visit The Grommet and search ‘Mason Shaker’.
P.S. Here’s another short video about The Mason Shaker and its designers (produced by The Grommet):
Designed for action, this lightweight, go-anywhere wireless bluetooth speaker has a built in mic so you can use it as a speakerphone. Rugged, dust-proof, shock-proof, and highly water-resistant.
I absolutely LOVE this thing–great for when I’m sitting outside with friends and want to share my music wherever we may be. Not only is it convenient but the sound is outstanding–great dynamic range and power.
If you want one visit The Grommet and search ‘Outdoor Tech’.
Taking ‘Stuff Sacks’ to the next level. Meet the HoboRoll
Hoboroll Stuff Sack
What is a Hoboroll “Stuff Sack” you ask? Well, it’s a compartmentalized sack, perfect for keeping your items separated yet still in one place. Use it on its own or put it in your carry on luggage, backpack or suitcase to keep things organized.Why spend time searching for items at the bottom of your pack or “somewhere” in your traditional stuff sack? The Hoboroll will save you time, as well as frustration. When you need an item, you’ll be able to find it quickly.
Get One FREE! Cool Site of the Day is giving away two of these cool bags (each valued at $30). All you have to do is enter our giveaway right here (the participants with the highest number of points win):
This memorial was spotted on Google Earth. In 1989, Flight 772 was headed from Brazzaville in the Republic of Congo to Paris when a bomb on board exploded, plunging the plane into the Sahara desert. All 170 people on board were killed. To honor the victims, their families hauled thousands of dark stones out to the desert and used them to form an incredible memorial that can be seen from miles above. You MUST see ALL of the photos to really appreciate this. Mindblowing. Click here.
The daily utterances of a young man with Tourette Syndrome.
Today’s Cool Site of the Day, TicsRap, was submitted by a parent of a child with Tourette Syndrome. The child agreed to let the parent create this blog on condition of anonymity.
If you would like to learn more about Tourette Syndrome, visit the website of The National Tourette Syndrome Association. The blogger claims that TicsRap.com is for entertainment purposes only, and is not affiliated with NTSA or any other organization.
Gotta love the Italians…could be the most violent sport on earth. A mix, of rugby, soccer, american football, boxing, MMA and Greco Roman wrestling, Calcio Storico takes place once a year in Florence, Italy.