If you are one of those people who are so worried about coal and iron ore prices hitting historical lows and how Australians keep fighting over whether their mining boom is really over or not, that you forget to check the weather forecast—and usually arrive to work absolutely drenched—then keep reading.
French designer Nathan Brunstein has launched a really portable, creative and edible solution to your problem. He has designed a concept toaster called the “Jamy Toaster” (image).
Brunstein says the device is capable of stamping the weather on a piece of toast through an inbuilt barometer and thermometer.
Unfortunately the toaster is not capable yet of predicting commodity prices or S&P futures.