Posts Tagged ‘gadgets’
Mugo is running a contest to name Jon’s new Mugo character. They’re looking for a name and a short description, and they’re putting the winner’s fate in Facebook fans’ hot little hands. The Mugo Player is a character-driven mp3 player for all those folks who would rather their digital music come in the form of a cute humanoid companion than that sleek little gizmo everybody else has. I have no doubt that Jon’s character already has a name, as Jon names and titles all of his work. But Mugo wants to crowd-source the little guy’s hello my name is (and collect a few email addresses along the way). Designer Mugo Players retail for about $60, and DIY blanks go for $50. No word on if these gadgets will be available through Burgerplex, so if you’re chomping at the bit, send your suggestion to mugo at submit [at] mugoplayer [dot] com.
Computer Arts is a rather expensive mag as priced here in the US. Not to say it’s not worth each penny and pound, but just that I’m lucky I’ve got UK natives who send me their copies and scans (thanks!). That said, magazines are great. Don’t you love turning glossy pages? If you’ve been holding out on subscribing, CA has now sweetened the pot, and turned this browser into a buyer.
Straight from Computer Arts:
This is a truly great gift! Probably the best gift ever to be offered on Computer Arts magazine.
Straight from Jon:
If you subscribe to Computer Arts magazine you now get this nifty 2GB USB card adorned with my scribbles. They come pre-loaded with tutorials and interviews but you can delete those straight away and store all your illegal downloads and saucy photos on it.
$124.99 USD will get you 13 issues of CA and some slick new memory. Subscription info for various countries can be found here. Thanks to Amir for the hi-res scans below!