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There’s good reason to have several of these. They allow you to stream wireless video through your network. Imagine how much fun a few of these would be for broadcasting college parties over the web (like when we built “The Party Cage” in college). Or, if you’ve grown more responsible with age (That’ll Happen) use it to keep an eye on the baby, the front door or just about anything else you could point a camera at. At [$115] the TRENDnet TV-IP100W looks to be a lot of fun, and pretty practical, for just about anyone.

Wilco has always had a special place in my ipod, but this album has made it to the top of the shuffle recently. Sky Blue Sky [$13] has introduced a softer, mellower sound from the native Chicago band. The entire album this time around, is more uniform in it’s song selection which makes it very pleasant to listen to while relaxing or working alike. I’m sure you won’t regret picking it up, but you may regret putting it down.

There’s something to be said about dressing for success.  Especially for an interview.  Pick up the Swiss Army - 24018 [$250] and don’t be afraid to let the sleeves ride up a bit.  The best part is, you can leave it on and wear it out at night.  This entry level Swiss watch will help keep things simple, and you know it will last.

Summer’s about here and you’re going to want a travel blender to take with you on vacation. I know it sounds like you might not need this, but when you’re on that exotic island and mixed drinks run $20 you’ll be mighty happy you picked up the Hamilton Beach Personal Blender [$16]. Just in that scenario alone, this blender has paid for itself in one drink. And what girl can resist a guy that travels with blender in tow…

OK, nowadays if you can’t plug it in most people will pass on it. But this is one book that most tech geeks and Lord of the Rings fans (1 in the same?) alike should pick up. The Children of Hurin [$15.60] tells the story of Turin, the proud warrior son of Hurin. It is most definitely a darker tale, but serves well to depict Middle Earth before it fell. And besides, at least you can keep a book on the shelf for show that you’ll consider picking up every once in awhile.

For awhile I thought this concept was sort of a gimmick - probably because they were a few hundred dollars. You could buy another monitor for that much. But the new 5.6″ Photoblitz PF-560 from Matsunichi [$56] makes this a much more reasonable purchase. And with the frequency of today’s dating scene - you can save yourself the time of changing your pictures out every few weeks…

No, the picture isn’t cropped wrong. I added this one for our clumsier readers. If you’re anything like me, then you need a stable glass if it’s going to be anything you’ll pour red wine into. That’s why i like the Stemless Red Wine Glasses [$9] to join me at the dinner table. With a wide enough mouth to let your wine breathe and no stem to get in the way, you’ll find these will be perfect for you’re dinner table too.

This machine doesn’t even need me to speak for it. With features like a 2.0 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 1 GB RAM, 120 GB Hard Drive, and a DVD/CD SuperDrive you don’t even need to worry about what software you throw at it down the line. It’s got the performance and features that are perfect for professionals and students alike. Oh, and the best part, by using an optional mini-DVI to DVI adapter, you can connect your MacBook [$1,400] to either the 20-inch or 23-inch Apple Cinema Display for eye-popping screen real estate at it’s best. Or pick up a white one.

How about something small to give some personality to that rarely used corner of your office or that empty space on the bookshelf? The Square Accent Lamp [$38] will do just that for a very reasonable price. It’s a very simple and unobtrusive piece, and I would guess it’s clear halogen light might even be bright enough to read by.

This stunning complete set features all of BBC’s critically acclaimed episodes in one DVD set. Likely to keep you glued to your television for the duration, the Planet Earth Set [$55] is a wise addition to any video collection. I’m not just saying that because we like TV and everything that’s on it, This collection taught us many lessons about the delicacy of life on this planet, not to mention how good it all looks on that brand new HD set we all have in our living room… You might also want the HD or Blu-ray version.

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