Vitality offers a flavored oxygen bar and futuristic water massage capsules that don’t get you wet. They also sell various electro-massage devices and benign cold packs and scented eye masks. Before I knew it, the Serbian saleslady was reaching under my shirt to attach an electro-stimulator to my shoulder. No fair! Two Locations: Beach Street, and Pier 39 at Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco.
Are you sure this isn’t the HQ for Lost At E Minor? They even have an LSD – I mean LED – infinity coffee table. Laura and her creative geek friends are your superlative hosts for this magical mystery tour in the Mission District of San Francisco. Timothy Leary’s inside, looking out.
GameMaki is the best of a new breed of photo-challenge sites that lets you play impromptu, real-life games by uploading photos, or in some cases, just a few words. Share and compete with friends, or make new friends by answering or creating motivational or purely whimsical dares. Two of my favorites: ‘Capture grid-shaped objects’, and […]
Even if you don’t like science you gotta try this out. Get an astonishing perspective on the universe, from subatomic particles to galactic clusters, by scaling up or down with a scroll bar. Interactive and fun, with a simple interface and clean images, you’ll know you’re not in Kansas anymore.
Hypemarks shows you the sites and links your friends or favorite celebrities love in a beautiful layout, and lets you effortlessly share your favorites as well. A ‘Hype It’ button streamlines the process and you only share what you want, much like the Pin It button on Pinterest. If you love browsing the web in […]
Coin Catcher is a fast-paced game for iPad from the people at PlayMoolah, who are on a mission to teach kids how to manage money so they won’t end up like me. Shake to catch falling coins of different denominations, as well as healthy snacks. But beware of donuts and soda cans, which will lower your score. Fifty quick levels and free play for only 199 pennies.