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IRISnotes is a digital pen and mobile note taker.
It captures handwritten notes and drawings -- then you are able to edit, save and export your work. Apparently, the pen also allows you to quickly convert your writing in to editable text in different languages.
Perhaps it will save you some time on writing up your exam notes, or come in handy for those who write better by hand than typing straight on to a computer.
I loved the ideas of these zipper bags. I can still remember going to the communal fridge in halls and hissing in rage that someone, yet again, had stolen my lunch.
Perhaps a bag giving the appearance of mouldy food might deter your drunken housemate looking for late-night munchables, or the sticky-fingered guy from upstairs who never has any food of his own.
They might even save the cash-strapped student some money better spent elsewhere than on food replacement .
The essay which I should have completed a week ago is due tomorrow. I'm running out of time and the only thing that is pushing me onwards is the ready supply of caffeine. 20 minutes pass without me realizing it, I go to grab my cup of tea on the side of the desk, and it's stone cold.
You plug this gadget in to your USB port, and it claims to extend your 'drinking time' (i.e. before the temperature requires your drink to be thrown down the sink and the kettle turned back on with a sigh) by 30 minutes.
The temperature of hot drinks can apparently be maintained at 40 degrees after an hour of use.