Posts Tagged ‘wish list’

Here’s one thing I’ll admit. I’m a Star Wars nut. I grew up watching the movies on betamax, VHS, and Laser Discs. There’s a VCD set here at home, and about four DVD sets (having different versions) of the entire series. Yes, there are differences. There’s definitely a set that includes those never-before-seen scenes that are now part of the extended version.

When you’re in my place, it’s a bit hard to find girl friends that share my enthusiams for Star Wars. Darth Vader who? Boba Fett what? Jabba the Hutt—is that another Pizza Hut? You get my drift. To this day, none of my girl friends understand that magnificent world that George Lucas created. I’m tempted to host a Star Wars marathon at my place.

Or I could convince them to do some Star Wars crafts with this book:

Totally adorable, right? I need to have this for my future kids as well, because I’ll be brainwashing them with Star Wars (apart from grooming them to be future football stars, that is). I’m just gushing at the pictures on the cover, so if anyone can find this on bargain bins in the future *cough*Bloo*cough*, you know where to find me.

I just think—hey, we can create a cute Star Wars universe without having to involve midi-chlorians!

I just received the Powerbooks’ emailer for today, and it includes this title. It’s “a lifestyle guide for the Francophile and the Anglomaniac, the gourmet and the style maven, the armchair traveler and the art lover. It’s an homage to the esoteric world of glamor that doesn’t require much spending but makes us feel rich.”

I’m sold!

The author, Jessica Kerwin Jenkins, continues her search for the exquisite here.

Wish List: BookBook Case

Posted: August 26, 2010 in Uncategorized
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Image from http://twelvesouth.com/products/bookbook/.

Best disguise for a Macbook, don’t you think? The cases aren’t recommended to be used on white Macbooks due to staining, so I guess I’ll have to upgrade my nearly 4-year-old Macbook to a new one before I can even start thinking about the BookBook Case. (It would be a nice companion for grad school though.)