Today at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), Steve Jobs announced the 3G iPhone. The launch date is set for July 11th with a retail price of $199 for the 8 gigabyte (currently $399) and $299 for the 16B gigabyte.
After my contract is up with Sprint, I plan on getting an [...]Continue Reading →
Have you ever seen artwork at Goodwill or a yard sale and thought, “Wow that’s so bad it’s good”? Well the fine folks in Dedham, Massachusetts have, and they started a whole Museum dedicated to it called the Museum of Bad Art.
The museum was founded in 1994 and is located in the [...]Continue Reading →
Sony used to rule the music playing world with it’s Walkman line, but ever since the iPod, it’s struggling to regain street-cred. An attempt to wow the masses is a dancing, blinking, and music playing egg, called the Rolly.
If you are looking to spice up your music listening experience, the $400 Rolly [...]Continue Reading →
With the rising cost of gas people are starting to look for alternatives. Now this ridable three-wheeled cooler may not be a realistic option for your morning commutes, but it could get you around a tailgate party.
The cooler has a top speed of 14 mph and uses a 500-watt electric motor [...]Continue Reading →
Even though Twitter is quickly turning in to the way most people communicate with each other, it’s starting to get so unstable, it’s barely usable. This is the reason I hate it. You would think that they would figure out a way to fix these problems, but it might have something to do [...]Continue Reading →
This is a tasty little video showing the evolution of cellphones, starting in 1985 and ending in 2007. Before watching, you might want to mute the sound. Especially if you are watching this in a public place. If you don’t, the people around you may think you’re watching an adult film from 1987.
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I was doing some spring cleaning last month and realized that I had a few things I didn’t need but couldn’t throw away. I was going to drop it off at Goodwill but then I thought, “I wish there was some way I could trade this stuff for things I need”. Well I was [...]Continue Reading →
The world of web comics has recently been a reawakened obsession for me. It all started with the blog CrunchGear posting a funny Penny Arcade comic about twitter. I used to read this comic when I was in “college”. I couldn’t believe it was still around, so I stated reading it again. [...]Continue Reading →
About UsMr. Baconpants is a blog about bacon, beer, and everything else that we find interesting. It's also the home of Bacon LIVE, the only internet show about bacon. [learn more]
Jason Mosley (aka Mr. Baconpants) is the king of all bacon. He started this blog in 2004 to share his love of bacon and beer.
Sean Brett (aka Bacon Knight) is the amazing co-host of Bacon Live, the weekly audio/video podcast about bacon and more.
Beth Mosley (aka Mrs. Baconpants) is a lover of good food and beer. She enjoys cooking and trying new recipes (with bacon).