iHome iP4    Technology keeps evolving, but who says the old stuff isn't still the coolest? The iHome iP4 ($200) lets you rock your tunes like you did last century - out of a boombox! While the color is a bit more audacious than your average boombox, it's still perfectly portable and has an FM radio and an aux jack if you have something other than an iPod.

iHome iP4 Technology keeps evolving, but who says the old stuff isn't still the coolest? The iHome iP4 ($200) lets you rock your tunes like you did last century - out of a boombox! While the color is a bit more audacious than your average boombox, it's still perfectly portable and has an FM radio and an aux jack if you have something other than an iPod.

Los Angeles-based electrician and artist Devin Ward breathes new life into eclectic, vintage radios, making them compatible with their modern day descendants: MP3 plays and iPhones.  He removes all of the outdated circuitry, wiring and speakers from the radios and replaces them with high quality, modern components, as well an 1/8th” audio input jack so an iPhone can connected to it.

Los Angeles-based electrician and artist Devin Ward breathes new life into eclectic, vintage radios, making them compatible with their modern day descendants: MP3 plays and iPhones. He removes all of the outdated circuitry, wiring and speakers from the radios and replaces them with high quality, modern components, as well an 1/8th” audio input jack so an iPhone can connected to it.

A fish for $19.99 that lives forever? Sounds like my kind of fish.

Electronic Goldfish in a Bowl

A fish for $19.99 that lives forever? Sounds like my kind of fish.

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