By OnMilwaukee Staff Writers   Published Jul 30, 2015 at 3:01 PM

#WeWant all kinds of things in life. Here are just a few that we can't resist this week.

Snap it: Puregear Selfie Stick

Even if you hate the concept of selfies, that ship has sailed, because they’re not going away. So instead of awkwardly sticking your arm out into a crowd, you might as well get the best photo you can with a monopod, more colloquially called a "selfie stick." No, don’t walk around Disney World or at a concert with this hoisted above your head, but do stick Puregear’s offering in your pocket and use it when appropriate. This Bluetooth enabled monopod only has one button, and it extends from 7.8 inches to 2.8 feet. It’s compatible with both iPhones and Androids and rotates 270 degrees. In other words, it makes the photos on your front-facing camera look much better, and in a pinch, you can use it to get an otherwise impossible shot. At $30, it’s a great tool to have in your camera bag, pocket or purse. - Andy Tarnoff

Shade it: CompUshade Laptop Sun Shade

Everybody knows that during the short summer season in Wisconsin we want to be outside as much as possible. My front porch is a great spot, but when I took my laptop out to work, I always had to figure out where to set up so as to get as little glare as possible. To the rescue comes the CompUshade Laptop Sun Shade. It's black and made out of lightweight high density polyethylene, which might be a fancy way of saying stiff black cardboard. It works like a charm and easy to set up for a variety of size laptops from 9 inches to 16 inches wide. When you're done just fold it up and fit it back in your laptop case. Summer office, here I come. You can get it here. - Dave Begel

Do It: Skydive with the Golden Knights

All I want is to do this, everyday, forever. - Nick Barth

Eat with it: iLine flatware

Although in this age of recycling and conservation, I think you should use washable flatware whenever possible, sometimes it just makes more sense to use plasticware and when you do, check out iFork (along with iKnife and iSpoon). Each of these durable (you could wash and reuse them) pieces comes with a little nubbin on the backside, so that when you set it down it doesn't touch that dirty, germ-laden picnic table nor does it get pasta sauce on your crisp white tablecloth. And even better, they now come in stainless steel versions, too, if plastic isn't your cup of tea. - Bobby Tanzilo

Learn from it: Dylan Marron

Dylan Marron started a project that cuts down movies to include ONLY the words spoken by non-white actors. The effect is startling: "Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" is a 3 hour and 48 minute movie, but only features 13 seconds of non-white dialogue. Wes Anderson's "Moonrise Kingdom" clocks in at a depressing 10 seconds and Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone aims to impress by including just over a minute and a half of dialogue performed anyone other than a white actor. Listen to an interview with Marron on BBC or just watch the clipped movies and see for yourself. - Jason McDowell