A few years ago, I attended a film photography class where we made our own pinhole camera out of cardboard and duct tape. I wasn’t able to develop the photos I took (wasn’t able to consume the whole roll of film) but I enjoyed the process of DIY-ing my camera. It feels rewarding to be able to create something functional out of a simple material. So when I stumbled upon this smartphone projector on the internet, I thought it was interesting because it, too, is made of cardboard.
Oh my gosh. Parents! Is feeding your baby taking up a lot of your precious time? Better Family, Inc (who?) has the solution for you. Introducing: The Beebo. The Beebo is a baby bottle holder that is worn over the shoulder (like a shoulder bag) and rests on the chest to support a feeding bottle, thus allowing the person feeding the baby to multitask while feeding the baby. It was invented by a dad who’s also an engineer who wants his hands free while he’s feeding his baby.
I love watches. The more unique they are, the better. The bigger the face, the better. This one caught my attention because it is truly one of a kind that I haven’t seen anyone live in person wearing something like it.
I enjoyed writing poems as a teenager. I used to write light and witty ones – just a play of words – not those long and serious ones. I had a notebook full of poems I wrote, which nobody has seen until now. I think it would’ve been more fun to play with words and display them on the fridge for people to see.