Remainders - Good And Bad Stuff We Didn't Post (And Why)

On today's list of things that didn't quite make the cut for whatever reason: Dangerous mobile phone straps, updates no one will notice, a Google freebie, and a six dollar waste of money.

Google Offering to Snail Mail a Holiday Card for Free Google's getting into the spirit of the season and offering a neat freebie: To mail out a old-fashioned holiday postcard for you. All you have to do is fill out the recipient's info, add a message, and select a card. Basically that's about 44 cents for the stamp and maybe about a buck for the card in savings in exchange for the pleasure of handwriting a nice note. [Google via Neatorama]

About Three or So People Rejoice as Twitter Updates Its Mobile Website Does anyone actually use Twitter's mobile website instead of an app anymore? It's always been accessible at, but now it actually looks nicer and has nearly all of the features of the regular page. That's lovely and all, but I doubt most will ever see it. [TUAW]

One Pain-Inducing mobile phone Strap I'm fine with the fact that some people like to put silly charms on their mobile phones, but I just can't figure out how they'd avoid injury with one like this. [Deal Extreme via Nerd Approved via Dvice]

One-Touch Toothpaste Dispenser for Lazy Squeezers Squeezing toothpaste tubes is so tough that I don't know how people do it. I'm just thankful that there's a six dollar gadget out there to do the work for me. [Giz Fever via ShinyShiny via Uber Gizmo]

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