Funky Recycled Gadgets

Search the internet and you’ll find that literally everything is covered. Nothing is safe from the hands and creative thinking of the innovator. For example, if you were wondering how much interest there is in Red Diesel Swansea – and you would be if you were the fuel-obsessive farmer I asked for directions last night, which was a mistake… – then all you need to know is this: LOTS. Type those words in on Google and you’ll find a million people asking where they can find the cheapest red fuel. You’ll never look at farmers in the same way again, right?

You won’t be surprised to learn, then, that when it comes to crazy and weird gadgets, there are literally legions of people out there who both make and collect these strangely exotic beauties. Head over to Techno Buffalo and you’ll find a whole host of things made out of computer parts. Most of them are things which you could make yourself if you have that practical nature and creative flow. But some of them are so unique that to be honest one can’t wonder how on earth they got thought up in the first place…

And when we say host we mean every single part of a computer that you could possibly use. Things which up until now you have probably thought of as things to be junked the second they stopped doing the job as intended. On the page is a clock made out of a recycled computer hard-drive, complete with pen-holder, and tons of other stuff which breaks new ground in the world of invented media! There is even keyboard key cufflinks for the ultra-business nerd, and there are notebooks made out of floppy disks which actually look really good (and I’d definitely buy one, purely for the novelty value)! All this and more is available from online arts & crafts portal Etsy and numerous other places. You should definitely check it out if nostalgia and collecting things which will soon be obsolete is your kind of thing.

Looking at this page was quite eye-opening, I have to say, and this is coming from someone who spends a lot of his time traipsing computer pages for the latest inventions. And who knows, it may even give you the inspiration and drive needed to create your own amazing computer-inspired stuff that you can sell online, too. Computer-inspired jewellery, for instance? Why not?
Need more gadgets? See the video below for a REALLY cool one…