There are all sorts of gadgets out there to help us track our activity — but what about what we're drinking? Meet Vessyl. This ingenious piece of drinkware automatically recognizes what beverage you've placed inside it, allowing it to keep track of things like calories, caffeine, sugar, and fat ingested, and your overall hydration level via a system called Pryme. A slick, built-in hidden screen can show you basic info, and for a more complete view of your hydration habits, simply pair it with your iOS or Android device via Bluetooth and let the companion app handle the rest.
While they're commonly lumped together, Arts and Sciences are two very different disciplines — different enough that they should have their own notebooks. Or at least that's the idea behind Field Notes Arts & Sciences Notebooks. Part of the ongoing Colors series, these limited-edition books are larger than normal — 7.5" x 4.75" — and offer 64 pages each. The Arts book gets a wine-colored cover containing handy information, right-side pages with quarter-inch gray rules for prose and poetry, and blank left-side pages, while the Sciences book sports a slate gray cover filled with formulas and theories, right-side pages with an all-new Engineers Graph, and blank left-side pages for whatever doesn't go on a graph.