Emotibles are marketed as "expressive charms to snazz up those boring, white, everywhere-ad-nauseam iPod earbuds." The Halls based their emotive characters fittingly on emoticons and have expanded the line by featuring them on baby tees and post-its.As with all popular ideas, other players quickly pop up. So, now we introduce to you Budclicks. It is essentially the same concept, this time aimed at a slightly broader demographic. The team at Budclicks has thought of everything from cutesy flowers, to indie-kid skulls, to representing your candidate with 'polito-clicks', because campaign buttons are soo last year, baby. By Brendan McKnight. (to find out more..)
I would love to have one of these for my iPod too.
passage & images from: http://www.thecoolhunter.net/gadgets/Emotibles--Budclicks/
posted by afterrabbit