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February 2, 2009

Connect-A-Desk — World's first wearable laptop workstation

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Color me so excited I can barely stay on the treadmill and type straight.

Because with this puppy the world is my treadmill.

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Bag that oyster stuff.

But I digress.

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I ordered mineyoctosecond after it appeared in an incoming from reader drbarkingdog, who found on it on gordonkeith.com.

Arf!

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Long story short: Strap it on and off you go.

Not there.

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Yes — it'll work just fine as a portable lunch tray when you're not computing.

I'd advise shutting your laptop first.

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Maybe even putting it somewhere else while you enjoy your dining experience.

I'm just saying, is all.

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$38.99 (laptop — and lunch — not included).

Oh, yeah, one last thing.

I hereby invent Paradeblogging©™®.

You saw it here first.

What's Paradeblogging?

It's when a doughty band of joeheads — or any group, similarly brain-dead or not — decides to strap on their Connect-A-Desks and march in formation, blogging all the while while Skyping out, emailing and whatever else people do with their computers.

Watch for it.

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Yeah, and hey -- when you get run over and fired after wearing this thing all the time, you can always use it to walk around and sell peanuts & hot dogs & cokes!

Let me tell ya about brain-dead -- when I saw "Paradeblogging" (copyright, trademark, etc.), I kept trying to pronounce it para-duh-blogging and I couldn't figure out what in the HELL that was all about...some kind of weird in-crowd French term? A private anesthesiologist's joke? A vague half-blogging fugue state? Parade blogging. Jeeze.

Posted by: Flautist | Feb 2, 2009 10:24:37 PM

We missed this year's Doo">http://www.pasadenadoodahparade.info/">Doo Dah Parade. Maybe next year!

Posted by: Ray | Feb 2, 2009 8:59:05 PM

It looks dorky. Stick to your treadmill.

Posted by: Milena | Feb 2, 2009 5:06:24 PM

It looks to me like we're gonna have a lot of people walking into doors, and trees, and buildings... On a teadmill the only obsacle is watching that your cat doesn't step under your feet... but this... The ERs are gonna be busy...

Posted by: Kayla | Feb 2, 2009 4:36:46 PM

OMG!!! You must be doing the happy dance over this one. And now I suppose you are going to clean up that mess of yours in the corner? I hope not. I thought it was very natural and unique...........just like this blog.

Posted by: Udi | Feb 2, 2009 2:35:38 PM

I cannot wait till I see the hold up at the supermarket checkout, what is it, oh right some geek emailing his Thai bride about her visa at the head of the line. Maybe I am wrong but I cannot think this idea is viable. I always thought Google was a great idea, even before they figured out how to make money with it. But this?

Posted by: Paul | Feb 2, 2009 1:29:16 PM

. . . and carpel tunnel.

Posted by: tlferrand | Feb 2, 2009 12:18:56 PM

Looks like the perfect device for instant repetitive stress syndrome.

Posted by: tlferrand | Feb 2, 2009 12:17:56 PM

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