By Evan Ackerman

Remember the Tauntaun sleeping bag from April 1st? If so, you probably remember this from April 3rd:

ATTN Tauntaun Fanatics! Due to an overwhelming tsunami of requests from YOU THE PEOPLE, we have decided to TRY and bring this to life. We have no clue if the suits at Lucasfilms will grant little ThinkGeek a license, nor do we know how much it would ultimately retail for. But if you are interested in ever owning one of these, click the link below andSource: OhGizmo! RSS Feed


By Andrew Liszewski

The fact that a landline phone will continue to work even in the event of a power failure wasn’t enough to stop me from going cellphone only, but it’s nice to know those unused phone jacks dotting my walls aren’t just an eyesore now. The trickle of power they carry is apparently enough to power this 8 LED desk lamp that features an RJ11 connector at the end of the power cord, instead of a plug or USB connector. The pink color scheme is a bit on theSource: OhGizmo! RSS Feed

Fort Worth Business Press:

The crowd was thick as honey around Earlene Moore’s booth during the recent inaugural Downtown Farmers Market in Arlington.

The owner-baker has a 12-year record of success with her baked goods business aptly named Breads & Moore. But on this day, the entrepreneur was surprised to find her products quickly sold out.

“There were so many people, they couldn’t get to my table,” Moore said. “Some people even bought several baked goods.Source: Business Opportunities Weblog RSS Feed

…for my car in Colorado, at least. I have had State Farm car and renter’s insurance here in New Mexico, and while they have been fine I do think that they are a little on the expensive side for Colorado. The best insurance company I have ever had the pleasure of doing business with was Wawanesa, but they are only for residents of California and Oregon (unless that has changed and I didn’t notice). So, I had to start looking around and it looks like Progressive is going to be the bestSource: My Two Dollars RSS Feed

Filed under: Aftermarket, SEMA Show, Coupe, Performance, Chevrolet

2010 Hendrick Motorsports 25th Anniversary Callaway Camaro – Click above for a high-res image gallery
We’ve already added plenty of Camaros to our must-see list at SEMA, including variations from Hurst, Lingenfelter, and Yenko. Now we can add one more to our schedule — this Callaway-built Camaro commissioned by Hendrick Motorsports for their 25th anniversary. An appropriate production run of 25 is plannedSource: Autoblog RSS Feed

By Chris Scott Barr

If you’ve ever purchased something at an Apple store, you’ve probably noticed those handy little devices they use to ring you up. If you’re using plastic, they just scan your purchase, swipe your card and send you on your way without stepping behind a register. If you’re observant, you’ll also notice that the handheld device is a Windows-based PDA. How embarrassing. At least they are taking steps to eliminate these handhelds from their stores.

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Filed under: Plants/Manufacturing, Crossover, BMW, MINI

Mini Countryman concept — Click above for high-res image gallery
Everyone is getting ready for the Mini Countryman — including, perhaps, the WRC — but everyone is going to have to wait, according to a report by those Mini-mad folks at Motoring File. The holdup is the upcoming BMW X3, which is BMW’s foremost concern right now as the little crossover is practically as important to BMW as a Euro print plate is to theSource: Autoblog RSS Feed

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