Perhaps you already have a couple of redundant power sockets in your house, or maybe you're just optimistically looking forward to the day when solar energy powers all your gadgets. Either way, designers are stepping to deal with that oh-so-pressing question of what to do with an unused electrical socket, and the results are pretty inventive.
Scott Amron has created "socket stuffers" that he calls "die electrics". They're made of insulating materials that plug into sockets without using electricity and include flower pots, toothbrush holders and towel hooks. As usual the simple ideas are the most effective.