1) For uber-fans of Stevie Nicks, a new documentary will run one night only in Seattle
We're still more than two months away from Fleetwood Mac's gig at the Tacoma Dome March 20, but here's a little something to tide you over until then. It's a documentary about Stevie called In Your Dreams, and if you're a hard core fan, you're going to want to see this. It's about Stevie's life, and more specifically about the making of her last solo album with Dave Stewart of Eurythmics. Here's the trailer:
They're showing the movie one night only in Seattle, Tuesday April 2 at the Guild 45th theater in Wallingford. You can buy advance tickets now here.
2) How about morphing your face with, say, a dog's face?
If you've ever saw the movie Face/Off with John Travolta and Nicolas Cage, you'll understand the concept here. It's an app called Face Stealer. You can basically replace your face with someone else's. The app comes with a small collection of pre-loaded faces, like Albert Einstein and President Obama, or you can find your own images to use, and sort of morph one into your face. I actually did it with the dog image they provide, and as you can see, I make a pretty lovable pooch.
Face Stealer is free; it works with any iOS device with a front-facing camera, and even lets you share your freaky creations on Facebook or Twitter.
3) A device to make breakfast better
I’m always telling you about high tech apps and gadgets like the one above; well here’s one that’s a little different. I know this sounds kind of weird, but there’s a new gadget that just might change the way you eat breakfast – it’s the Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker. You put an English Muffin, maybe a sausage patty, some cheese, a slice of tomato, whatever, in this thing, and pour an egg in, clamp it shut, turn it on, and 5 minutes later you have a breakfast sandwich. It’s hot, it’s delicious . . .It’s like a homemade Egg McMuffin, only with fresh ingredients that you pick. They say the machine is easy to clean, and it’s $29.95. You can see it in action here:
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