Over and over I tell the world: geeks are just like you and me. And then I run across something like the Binary Wedding Band, which is hand carved by artist Gideon Weisz, and I wonder. I like to say that I'd probably adore any ring my fiancé slipped onto my finger, but having recently enlisted my sister to be his stylist when that day comes, I'll freely admit my ring snob tendencies run a little high.
Says the seller's website: Computers, like our love, are built upon very simple foundations. In the case of computers, that foundation is binary code. These sophisticated, yet simple rings ($950) bear your personalized message in that computer code.
Being that this is a band, I am going to assume this is predominantly aimed at the kind of guy that proposed to his girlfriend with a Mac widget, in which case, congrats!