Leading cool tech things to buy at a low price

If you are a tech geek and you want to know about cool tech things to buy, then the following things are must have in your home.

Bamboo wood Bluetooth portable speaker: this is a cool portable speaker and it works on the iOS device, MP3 players and on the Android Devices.

Sades Stereo Gaming Headset: these are the best gaming headphones and they are cheap. They are lightweight and also comfortable to put on.

MLB Baseball Bat Electrical Wine Opener: it can be used to surprise the guest using the unique bottle opener. It is rechargeable and it is a bottle opener which opens up to 30 bottles.

3-in-1 multifunction Breakfast Center: it is the best way that you can start the day using the cool mini breakfaster center. You can use it to make the toast with the fresh coffee each morning. It is easy to clean and it can be given as a Christmas gift.

Cellphone screen magnifier: this is the tool that will turn the phone to be a tablet in a simple step

Wi-fi extender can be used to extend the internet connection.

Tile to track items: it is Bluetooth enabled and it can be attached to the keys, bags, wallets and the cellphones and you can locate these items using the tile application you will have to download. It comes with a CR2 battery.

Solar Hat used to improve the phone battery: if you do not like to have the phone dying on your while you also like to put on the hat, then you can take advantages of this combination. The hat uses solar system and it does not have any battery while it is clean and safe.

Pro Camera Lens for the iPhone: if you like to take the DSL pictures but you do not like the idea of having to carry around the camera, then the lens is what you need. With just a clip on, the lens can help you to take professional pictures.

Snu: Mee Baby Sleep Monitor is the best all in one product and it brings everything you need in just one place. It is a music box, a wi-fi Gadget, MP3 player and a baby monitor.  It plays soothing music perfect to put your baby to sleep.

Starcraft Pylon Charger: if you are fan to the Starcraft, there is no need to make additional pylons since you can have own starcraft pylon usb charger and it can charge two different devices at the same time. It can charge the device and it will light up while charging.

Dashbon Cordless Projector: if you would like to watch TV and you are tired of having to miss your game of the favorite show, then this is one of the cool tech things to buy to buy. You only require having a wall and you can set up the cordless and to start enjoying to watch what you want.

Tabletop fire is used to change the mood in your living room if it is not that lively.  It makes the room to glow.

Welcome To Pleasant Land

Welcome To Pleasant Land

The first year of Pleasant Land is now over, although the site will remain online – please feel free to explore.

Between April 2003 and March 2004 we travelled around England, meeting people, asking them about their own Englands and asking what Englishness is these days. Every month we sent digital postcards to people who had filled in the Questionaire. As our travels have finished for now, we are no longer sending out postcards, but you can look at the Postcards by clicking on the thumbnails opposite. We are not collating responses to the Questionnaire any more, but if you’d like you can still fill it in for fun.

If you would like to find out more about the results of our research and the Pleasant Land project as a whole, you can read more about it on the Vivarium website, click on resources. To find out more about Third Angel, or join our mailing list, please visit us here:www.thirdangel.co.uk

Thank you for visiting, Third Angel

Pleasant Land – Some Background

It began with the Census. There wasn’t a ‘Scottish’, ‘Welsh’ or ‘English’ box to tick. Only ‘British’ or ‘Irish’. People in and from Scotland and Wales wanted their own boxes. We noticed that Scottish and Welsh friends referred to themselves as, surprise, Scottish and Welsh.

We realised that when we were abroad, we would say we were from England, as if to locate ourselves more precisely. But when asked our Nationality at home, in Britain, we always said British, as if we thought this more inclusive. We began to wonder why.

We asked ourselves if we were ashamed of being English? We asked ourselves what ‘English’ meant, and what ‘Englishness’ was, anyway?

Someone said something about England having an identity that was a reaction to Not English – meaning, we think, that over the last century (or longer?) the Colonies, and now Wales and Scotland, have been breaking away from England, wanting independence. Not wanting to be English.

We asked people if they knew the difference between England, Great Britain and the United Kingdom. Often, they didn’t. We asked ourselves what our England was, what we liked about our country, what we didn’t? We wondered if other people would recognise Our England, or we, theirs.

Someone said something about national identity causing wars. Someone said something about long baths and not touching one another.

We wondered if we could see England from another point of view. We wondered what England means to you. We wondered if we could have our minds changed.