Take your notes into the third dimension with Origami Sticky Notes ($4). Each pad of notes has printed instructions on each sheet, letting you (or your co-workers) build one of ten different origami shapes. Just the way to battle post-holiday dullness at the office.
The ultimate geek pin-up calendar is back for the third year in a row. The Nerdcore 2009 Calendar ($25) includes plenty more oversized adult sci-fi-themed photography, along with plenty of important dates, including both regular holidays and nerdy events like Comic-Con, movie releases, anniversaries for major franchises, and more.
Building off the success of their PivLock quick-change eyewear line, Smith has once again jumped ahead with their all-new Attack series. These sunglasses feature magnet-guided snap-on temple pieces that mount directly on a single large lens, allowing the wearer to quickly adjust to changing light conditions without missing a beat. Other new features include a shaped cutout at the top of the lens for increased ventilation, an adjustable nosepiece for maximum wearing comfort, and a new range of ChromaPop lenses to help you keep your eyes on where you're going next.
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You're going to spend a third of your life in bed — given much thought to the sheets you've got on there lately? Brooklinen can help. They're a Brooklyn-based startup, founded by a husband and wife team, dedicated to getting you top-quality bedding without the luxury price tag. Woven from 100% long-staple cotton, Brooklinen sheets are crisp, cool, and get better with every use. Keep it classic with all-white sheets, or mix-and-match to customize things to look exactly the way you want. Shop the best sheets ever now.
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From the makers of the badass, retina-scorching SureFire flashlights comes the SureFire Pen ($125). It sports a body made from hard anodized aerospace-grade aluminum with stainless steel on the tip, pocket clip, and the tailcap, which itself features a rounded window breaker — handy! It also comes with a Schmidt Technology easyFLOW ink cartridge, but can use nearly any ink cartridge with a simple adjustment. A virtually indestructible pen that performs great and breaks glass: What more could you ask for?
Need a whole lotta storage for your home office or network? The WD ShareSpace ($700-$1000) is here to help, with capacities ranging from 2TB-4TB, Gigabit Ethernet, built-in Microsoft Active Directory and iTunes server support, easily-swapped drives, support for multiple RAID configurations, and a front-mounted USB 2.0 port for one-touch transfer from other drives. It's a silver cube of power.