DANCIN' ON THE GRAVE OF ALL THINGS ORIGINAL.
Little Printer is exactly that: a palm-sized, cube-shaped, cloud-powered thermal printer with an adorable pair of feet and a cute face. And what does it print? A personalized mini-newspaper—with content curated from partners like The Guardian, social media like Foursquare and Facebook, as well as stuff created by BERG itself—and output on a receipt-like paper strip no longer than 10 inches.
I was skeptical about this at first, but it has quickly grown on me. I can definitely see Little Printer catching on as a new way to consume content. Two aspects that set it apart: short, concise updates and simple user customization through a mobile app.
As Sarah Palin and others complain about $4-a-gallon gasoline, we can’t help but wonder what the fuss is about. Pound for pound, people pay far more than $-a-gallon for lots of their favorite things all the time.
So drink your Red Bull, be glad you’re not in Europe [$/gal = $$$] and start taking public trans or fill your tank and kindly STFU.