They Should Do That is all about ideas for products that individuals can't carry out themselves. So I love to see work from around the web with a similar purpose. Just after the iMac announcement this great "Where's the Mac?" entry appeared. The author's basic point is that Apple offers the Mac Mini, the iMac, and the Mac Pro, but no "Mac" which he proposes should be less powerful and less expensive than the Mac Pro but offer comparable expandability. It's a great little read, and the comments are priceless.
Also, this really cool video appeared demonstrating how copy-and-paste could be implemented on the iPhone. Apparently iPhones can't copy/paste, which is probably pretty annoying for people who do a lot of e-mail on their phone. The production is awesome and weird, but it seems like only one of a number of ways copy and paste could be implemented.