Perfect timing for this show and the end of the Jan/Feb 'What The Heck Is It?' game! This week's viewer video arrived with this email:
Hi Dick and Chad,
Dick's mystery gadget of the month inspired me to make this video. Here is the link:
Thank you for making your wonderful videos! Joel Beene
See or hear this show: www.gizwiz.tv/episode/1612
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Letter of the week:
I read Science Fiction like many if not most of your audience. In it, they have luggage follow you around on a regular basis. Well, I recently stumbled across a video for a robot that, follows you around, just like SF.
This is where I first saw it
And the source site. http://gita.piaggiofastforward.com/