Ben Zimmer of the New York Times recently wrote a great article on the history of FAIL. That’s FAIL the interjection not the verb. Zimmer wrote: In July 2003, a contributor to Urbandictionary.com noted that fail could be used as an interjection “when one disapproves of something,” giving the example: “You actually bought that? FAIL.” […]
I had the extreme pleasure of spending the last number of days in Seattle with a few hundred of the coolest geeks on earth. Each year Internet super star, Chris Pirillo, organizes an incredible conference called Gnomedex. I’m happy to write that Griffin was a proud sponsor this year. The conference mixes technology with social […]
Cheap Trick rocks! There’s no if, and or buts about it. The rock n’ roll band has been pumping out classics since 1977. Leave it to the group to actually record their latest album (coincidentally called The Latest) on 8-track! Remember 8-track? Don’t worry for you newer technology types, it’s also available in MP3 format […]
I can’t get the song Who Are You by The Who out of my head as I write this post. No, it’s not because I just watched an episode of CSI. It’s because we want to know who you are. Who are you? In the coming weeks we’re going to begin writing some posts about […]
In the immortal words of Tony Micelli, Hey oh, Angela! Alyssa Milano loves her Griffin Technology Wave case! Or at least this is what we pictured him saying. Photo from: mac4ever.com
This is hilarious. Watch as Kevin Spacey explains microblogging to David Letterman.I hope Letterman starts tweeting soon, although I highly doubt it. Are you on Twitter? Follow @griffintech for special offers, contests and other goodies.
Shenanigans ran wild at the Griffin Technology company picnic. A couple of weeks ago, we took a Friday off to hang out, listen to some music and literally cool off. Hundreds of water balloons were prepared hours before the picnic to help us blow off some steam. The steam was blown! Announcements were made about […]
This was too cool not to share with you. Gizmodo recently ran a Photoshop contest for readers to redesign current tech gadgets as if they were created in 1979. A personal favorite is the iWalkman. Check out the rest of the images at Gizmodo.
A couple of weeks ago, we came across a great post by Charles Starrett on iLounge called iLounge reader creates all-wood iPod mini, accessories. We were blown away! Not only did Australian Josh Darrah create a wooden iPod mini, he also carved a classic iTrip mini. Our crack investigation team (me) reached out to Josh […]
Check it out! AirCurve is featured in the new episode of commandN with Amber and Jeff MacArthur. AirCurve fans should take a look at the story of how the product came to be. Watch the whole episode to check out the violent alarm clock, it’s hilarious! Thanks Amber and Jeff. Happy belated Canada Day.