10 thoughts on “Funny USB Memory Sticks #2

  1. (URGENT)
    Dear Sir/madam

    I am Jasmine, the editor of DESIGN BIMONTHLY that published by Taiwan Design Center.

    We would like to introduce the “Funny USB Memory Sticks #1~#3” in our next issue,
    and I am wondering if you could provide me with the material and products photos I need?

    Thanks for your kind help and hope to hear from you soon.

    Best regards,

    Taiwan Design Center | Design Magazine
    Editor Jasmine Yang
    Email: jasmineyang@tdc.org.tw
    Mobile: 0911-087-315
    TEL: 886-2-2655 8199 ext161
    FAX: 886-2-2655 7949
    3F., Bldg. G,3-1 Park Street, Nangang Taipei 115, Taiwan

    As the first and leading design magazine in Taiwan, 《DESIGN》BIMONTHLY has been issued for over twenty-six years and contributed on providing the latest design trend and offering analysis reporting domestically and internationally for Taiwan design industry.
    Since 2005 TAIWAN DESIGN CENTER has taken over of this magazine, and with the support of a national design center, 《DESIGN》 has become an authority media. The new edition《DESIGN》 is based on the original industrial design information and covers all kinds of design fields with the main themes of “Creativity, Design, Brand Marketing” by reporting the design news, product information, brand research and market trend. Recently 《DESIGN》 expands both Hong Kong and China markets, the influence of this Magazine is increasing and spreads out all over the Chinese community.

  2. Those are really cool designs, but aren’t they a little big in person? Or does it just seem that way in pictures?

    Thought you might like to see some more creative USB drives- I just wrote a blog about some that I found funny. http://www.searchschwag.com

    Check it out if you get a chance and thanks for the pictures!

  3. My friend and I were recently discussing about technology, and how integrated it has become to our daily lives. Reading this post makes me think back to that discussion we had, and just how inseparable from electronics we have all become.I don’t mean this in a bad way, of course! Societal concerns aside… I just hope that as memory gets less expensive, the possibility of downloading our brains onto a digital medium becomes a true reality. It’s one of the things I really wish I could experience in my lifetime.(Submitted using Nintendo DS running R4i FFOpera)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *