Holiday Ideas

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    • #2908
      apollo
      Participant

      I’m working on making a list for what might be good gifts for the holiday season.  I have no idea.  What thoughts do y’all have ?

    • #20122
      dalepearson
      Participant

      A Fon?

      Gifts for who??

    • #20123
      Don Donzal
      Keymaster

      How about Programmable Robot Kits:

      http://www.hobbyengineering.com/SectionRK.html

      I don’t know this company. Just found it on Google and they had a pretty good selection.

      Don

    • #20124
      phn1x
      Participant

      Books always top my list!

      When it comes to books I tend to be cheap, especially at $50-$150 a book for our industry.

    • #20125
      apollo
      Participant

      I’m primarily looking for cool things to give adult males.  I have a number of co-workers who I need to get gifts for, and aside from a bigger lab with more toys in it, I need to find some reasonable things that I might like.  I’m completely out of touch with what cool new gadgets and toys are out there.

      phn1x: I completely agree with you there.  I love the books.

    • #20126
      RoleReversal
      Participant

      @apollo wrote:

      I’m primarily looking for cool things to give adult males.  I have a number of co-workers who I need to get gifts for, and aside from a bigger lab with more toys in it, I need to find some reasonable things that I might like.  I’m completely out of touch with what cool new gadgets and toys are out there.

      phn1x: I completely agree with you there.  I love the books.

      I haven’t got this myself yet, but I have heard good things about it:
      Build Your Own Security Lab: A Field Guide for Network Testing (Paperback).
      It’s a book that could get people a bigger lab with more toys, two birds with one stone 😉

    • #20127
      NickFnord
      Participant

      just thought I’d throw in http://www.thinkgeek.com.  lots of not quite so useful but very cool stuff there – I bought myself a “I Hate ties” (written in binary) tie and my wife an “I love my geek” a while back (she actually wears it!). 

      very cool gifts for a range of prices anyway. 😀

    • #20128
      Michael J. Conway
      Participant

      My wife and I also like thinkgeek.com. She got a “There’s no place like 127.0.0.1” t-shirt.  I want to get the trebuchet kit. Good luck.

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