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At the Quiet Mouse Café...

... you can talk about anything you want.But under the new comments policy, you'll have to wait at least a few minutes before you'll see your comment, and if you're abusive or terribly boring, you won't see it at all.ADDED: "if you're abusive or terribly boring, you won't see it at all" — a decision not to publish your comment doesn't mean that you're necessarily either "abusive or terribly boring." Those are just 2 things that will result in nonpublication. There are some other things too, but ...
Tags: Law, Mouse, Drawing, Ann Althouse


The Manta Mouse is a mouse and mousepad all-in-one!

The Manta Mouse takes inspiration from the Manta Ray, with its wide, stingray-inspired design. At the very center is a bulbous volume forms the bulk of the mouse, the part your palm rests on, while the rest of the mouse skirts around the side. This side-skirt essentially works as a cushion for the base of your palm, promising to give your hand a comfortable place to rest as you operate the mouse. The mouse’s finish looks like blackened cork too, so you’ve essentially got yourself a mouse that is...
Tags: Gadgets, Design, Mouse, Desktops, Laptops, Product Design, Computer Mouse, Manta Ray, Render Weekly, Alberto Aguado Baudil, Manta Mouse


Microsoft’s flattest, most flexible, functional mouse yet

Curved when you want, flat when you need, the Arc Surface mouse by Microsoft follows a format it set a long time ago. The mouse comes as a flat, remote-ish shape and can bend/curve/arc into an ergonomic mouse when needed. When you’re done, the mouse unfolds and becomes flat again.The Arc Surface mouse, however, has a key difference that makes it rather useful and advanced. It ditches the clicking keys and scroll wheel for a touch surface, much like Apple’s Magic Mouse. The surface lets you perfo...
Tags: Apple, Deals, Gadgets, Design, Microsoft, Mouse, Desktops, Laptops, Product Design, Arc


A Mouse That Keeps You on Track with Quick-view Screen

Much like our workspace, how we organize our computer and go about our daily tasks can say a lot about our personalities; if you see your self as a bit of a minimalist, it wouldn’t be surprising to see you have a clean and organized display. So, how can our hardware impact how we use the software?BizyMouse has been designed with efficiency firmly in mind. Rather than switching between programmes to view our busy To-Do lists, the daily tasks are instead listed on the mouse itself! The small touch...
Tags: Gadgets, Design, Mouse, Product Design, Wi Fi, eInk, Clover Pham, Neo Nguyen


Glorious PC Gaming Race – Model O Gaming Mouse Launched

Glorious PC Gaming Race unveils the lightest RGB gaming mouse, the Model O. Now in stock at Overclockers UK is the new Glorious PC Gaming Race Model O gaming mouse. The post Glorious PC Gaming Race – Model O Gaming Mouse Launched appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: All News, Hardware News, Mouse, Gaming mouse, Press Releases, Overclockers UK, Glorious PC Gaming Race, Model O


This hemispherical mouse adds a different aesthetic to your work-desk

Look at the Hemisphere and tell me it isn’t adorably eye-catching. The mouse’s name pretty much tells you all you need to know. Its design is a perfect hemisphere, unlike most organically-designed computer mice, and features the standard two click buttons and a scroller, but laid out in the mouse’s half-sphere design.The mouse has, for too long, been bound to ergonomics-influenced design. I am, by no means, bashing ergonomics, but different mice appeal to different people. There’s no one-glove-f...
Tags: Gadgets, Design, Mouse, Desktops, Laptops, Product Design, Deokhee Jeong, Render Weekly, Hemisphere


Save serious cash on a Corsair headset, keyboard, and mouse during Amazon’s sale

Corsair is currently running a sale through Amazon on a headset, keyboard, and mouse, all designed with gaming in mind. Savings last from March 3 through March 9 on all three products. The post appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Amazon, Deals, Gaming, News, Trends, Keyboard, Mouse, Headset, Corsair


At the Mouse-in-the-Headlights Café...

... where do you think you're going? [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Law, Mouse, Drawing, Ann Althouse


At Little Tiny's Café...

... there's room enough for you. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Law, Mouse, Drawing, Ann Althouse


At the Green Mouse Café...

... you can talk all night. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Law, Mouse, Drawing, Ann Althouse, Green Mouse Café


Town Mouse Goes A-Travelling: Stockholm

Hagaslott Enköping The next few posts will go a little further afield. Town Mouse and Mr. Mouse had the great pleasure of working and vacationing in Europe this summer, and I want to share some photos. So, on the one hand, I'm violating our "Adventures with California Native Plants" motto. But on the other hand, I kept thinking (and saying): Oh look, that's so different! Oh look, that's just like we do it at home.So, follow me on a tour of Stockholm with California-Native-Plant-Colored gl...
Tags: Europe, Gardening, Sweden, California, Mouse, Paris, Stockholm, Seine, Skansen, Town Mouse, California Native Plant Colored, Medieval Museum Plantings, Medieval Museum But


Spring Delights on the Black Mountain TrailOw

Owl's Clover (Black Mountain Trail) Regular readers of this blog know that I like to mix up photos from the gardens with photos of California native plants from hikes - or sometimes from other gardens. After all, the subtitle of the blog is "Adventures with California Native Plants". So, here a few treasures from a recent hike on the Black Mountain Trail. Mr. Mouse and I usually hike this trail in winter, but spring has been unusually cool, so we decided to go in mid-May and were delight...
Tags: Gardening, California, Mouse, Fernald, Los Padres, Town Mouse, Ms Country Mouse, Clover Black Mountain Trail Regular, Western Maidenhair Fern Black Mountain Trail, Paintbrush Black Mountain Trail, Hidden Villa


Most Popular Watering Hole For Miles!

Hanging Bird Bath December has been extremely--actually, completely--dry in the Town Mouse garden and beyond. And while some of the neighbors put out birdseed to feed our feathered friends, nobody seems to remember that they also need water. So bird baths in my garden have been aflutter with birds of all sizes - and visitors at times remark on the racket they make.I think it's partly because we have a flock of (non-native) house sparrows this year - but mixed in with them are other bi...
Tags: Gardening, Mouse, Starling, Mozart, Junco, Town Mouse


California Reptiles and Amphibians Part 2

Sunday was the big field trip day! We packed sunscreen, poison oak soap, lunch, water, and a warm jacket and met our fellow students and instructors near the staging area. We were very lucky to have this field trip go to the Crystal Springs Reservoir area, a protected (and fenced in) area south of San Francisco. Only two vans were allowed in, and we were accompanied by a water warden at all times.The instructor promised frequent stops, and we would look around for a stretch of time at each...
Tags: Gardening, California, Mouse, Sharp, Bay Area, Tassajara, Town Mouse, Crystal Springs Reservoir, San Francisco Only, Jepson Herbarium, Skilton


Tassajara Wildflowers - a Special Year!

Firecracker Penstemon `Scarlet Bugler` This year, Mr. Mouse had the good fortune of spending some extra time down in Tassajara. We started with several wonderful wildflower hikes, and spent 3 days at a nature journaling workshop (more about that in another post). Firecracker Penstemon Close-Up Tassajara is a monastery in the mountains inland from Carmel that's famous for the hot springs and excellent food. In spring, it's surrounded by some of the most spectacular wildflowers I'...
Tags: Europe, Gardening, Mouse, Lily, Bush, Tony, Carmel, Larkspur, Tassajara, Town Mouse, Golden Yarrow


California Reptiles and Amphibians - Part 1

Newt posing for picture When I read about a workshop called "Amphibians and Reptiles of the San Francisco Bay Area" a little while ago, it just sounded so fascinating that I had to sign up. The workshop was being offered by the Jepson Herbarium in Berkley, so Mr. Mouse and I started early on a Saturday for the drive.We were welcomed by coffee and treats, and then our instructor jumped right in and started talking about amphibians in California and in the Bay Area:California: 71 am...
Tags: Gardening, California, Mouse, Bay Area, Bay, San Francisco Bay Area, Berkley, Town Mouse, Newt, Jepson Herbarium, Northern Rubber Boa Charina


Happy Summer! And Here's What's Going On...

Jones' Mallow in Late June  How fast time goes by! It feels like yesterday that the spring rains made for a lush garden and an exciting garden tour. By now, the garden has settled into its summer pattern. Some plants, such as the Polypody fern and the Western Bleeding Heart, have gone dormant already or are on their way out. Others are only now starting to shine, like the Jones' Mallow above, which is blooming abundantly for the first time this year. Jones' Mallow, Ocean Spra...
Tags: Gardening, California, Mouse, Buddha, Ocean Spray, Town Mouse, Summer Garden, Jones Mallow, Jones Mallow Ocean Spray, Monkeyflower Coral Bells, Diamond Heights California Lilac Another, Triteleia, Buddha Triteleia


Rancho Santa Ana Botanical Garden in Late Fall

California Fuchsia in Container Visiting the Rancho Santa Ana Botanical Garden has long been one of my dreams. A few years ago, Mr. Mouse and I almost made it. We even had a room reserved - and then we found out that the Rose Parade was going on the very day we wanted to visit the garden, and we went home a day early.It was the opposite this time. We were in Ontario for a music festival, and had 1 day of leisure. Entertainment opportunities are fairly limited in the area - and then I sudd...
Tags: Gardening, California, India, Mouse, Ontario, HUNTINGTON, Claremont, Town Mouse, California Fuchsia, Tilden Regional Park, Rancho Santa Ana Botanical Garden, Rancho Santa Ana, Toyon Davies Gold


Cooler Master MM830 Gaming Mouse Review

Cooler Master is no stranger to the peripheral world, and their MM830 offers a slightly different take on the multi-button mouse design, and even includes a pretty nice tactical feature that we rarely see. The post Cooler Master MM830 Gaming Mouse Review appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Reviews, Gaming, Mouse, Input Devices, Gaming mouse, Cooler Master, RGB, MM830


The best gaming mouse of 2019

If you want to rise above the competition, you need the best tools. We've found the best gaming mouse in the world, as well as a few contenders in specific categories, like left-handed, best budget, and best ambidextrous mouse. The post The best gaming mouse of 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Gaming, Trends, Mouse, Computing, Logitech, Razer, Buying Guides, Gaming Mice


At the Staggering Mouse Café...

... don't give up. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Law, Mouse, Drawing, Ann Althouse


A Reader Favorite Work Mouse and Its Friends Are On Sale Right Now

When we asked you to nominate your choice for the very best work mouse, the Anker Ergonomic Mouse was one of your top three picks. And right now, there’s a coupon to bring it down to just $10.Read more...
Tags: Mouse, Lifehacks, Anker, Anker Deals, Anker Ergonomic Mouse


The man in the middle.

"It was an aggressive display of physicality. They were rambunctious and trying to instigate a conflict. We were wondering where their chaperones were. He was really trying to defuse the situation."Said Chase Iron Eyes, an attorney with the Lakota People’s Law Project, quoted in "'It was getting ugly': Native American drummer speaks on the MAGA-hat-wearing teens who surrounded him" (WaPo).I am touched by the charity of "They were rambunctious." But I'm only guessing at what the video sounds like...
Tags: Law, Senate, Metaphor, Teenagers, Mouse, Ted Cruz, Ayn Rand, Wisconsin, Native Americans, Rats, Blood, Hats, Green Eggs, Meade, Ann Althouse, Emotional Politics


The best ergonomic mouse for 2019

If you have a growing ache in your wrist, it might be worth considering ergonomic mice alternatives. But which is the best ergonomic mouse for you? One of these could be the ticket to the right purchase for you. The post The best ergonomic mouse for 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Mouse, Computing, Ergonomic, Buying Guides, Best Of Everything, Gaming Mice


You Should Consider a Trackball Mouse

You’re used to using a mouse, and you probably last touched a trackball in middle school. However, there’s a middle ground that’s gone relatively unnoticed that’s worth trying: a modern trackball mouse.Read more...
Tags: Science, Peripherals, Mouse, Computers Accessories


HyperX Pulsefire FPS Pro Gaming Mouse Review

We are back with another HyperX gaming mouse, the Pulsefire FPS Pro. Armed with a Pixart 3389 optical sensor capable of tracking up to 16,000 DPI, and Omron switches for reliable, long-lasting clicks, the FPS Pro looks to be a good gaming mouse on paper. The post HyperX Pulsefire FPS Pro Gaming Mouse Review appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Reviews, Gaming, Mouse, Input Devices, Gaming mouse, Hyperx, Kingston, Omron, Pulsefire, Pulsefire FPS Pro


There's a Fully Working Computer, Including a Retractable Keyboard, Hidden Inside This Mouse

Some hardware hacks only exist as a way to prove they’re actually possible. Such is the case with this ‘Computer Mouse’ that was designed, 3D-printed, and assembled by YouTube’s Electronic Grenade. It’s a fully working portable computer that’s smaller than even the thinnest laptops, but at the same time infinitely…Read more...
Tags: Gadgets, Science, Diy, Raspberry Pi, Youtube, Tech, Mouse, 3d Printing, Hacks, Mice, Computer Mouse, Electronic Grenade


This ‘computer mouse’ sets the new size standard for portable computing

The Raspberry Pi is an amazingly capable little computer and it's small enough that it can fit just about anywhere. Even in a computer mouse — if you're willing to build a custom chassis for it. The post This ‘computer mouse’ sets the new size standard for portable computing appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Diy, Trends, Mouse, Computing


Wake up!

[Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Law, Mouse, Drawing, Ann Althouse


At the Brown Mouse Café...

... you can nibble the fat. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Law, Mouse, Drawing, Ann Althouse