1. The ThinkGeek 8-bit TieWhat could epitomize geek chic more than ThinkGeek\u2019s $15 8-bit tie? This pixilated piece of polyester comes in red or blue. It also clips on, so that your giftee will waste as little time as possible getting ready for his next big day at the office.2. Backwards clockDoes your giftee complain that time seems to stand still during weekly meetings? Does he or she wish there were more hours in the day? If so, the $13 Backwards Clock may be the perfect present. It looks like a run-of-the-mill office clock, but its hands actually move backwards. 3. The bomb t-shirtHelp them celebrate freedom from technical meltdowns on their days off with this eye-catching t-shirt. This $19 tee sports the vintage Mac bomb.4. Cable Monkey Cable OrganizerGive the gift of organization and monkey love: Wrap this little guy\u2019s arms around a tangled mess of cables and suddenly co-workers smile when they pass by. The $5 Cable Monkey Cable Organizer is simple and actually useful.5. Thinking PuttyOffice frustrations will melt away as your giftee squeezes, pounds, shapes, or bounces this wad of putty off the wall. Select from Thinking Putty\u2019s special holiday hues, as well as heat-sensitive, glow-in-the-dark, and even magnetic colors ($10-12). 6. Starbucks cardA warm cup of coffee provides comfort on the coldest of Mondays. Get your giftees Starbucks Cards in $25 increments and they'll be able to load up on all the eggnog lattes and peppermint mocha frappuccinos they need. (Buy cards at your local Starbucks if time gets tight.) If you\u2019re willing to pass cards off as a New Year\u2019s gift, you might consider making your giftees customized Starbucks cards. For a $4 charge per card, you can choose an image and even write each person a personal message. (These take at least two weeks to arrive.)7. Grab-it Pack Gadget HolsterGadget slingers everywhere will appreciate this $25 multi-pocketed holster. Load \u2018em up and ride out. 8. iPhone-friendly glovesThe cold weather dilemma: stay warm or answer that phone call? Help them do both with Dots gloves ($15-25). Special fingertips allow you to operate an iPhone touchscreen even with fingers covered.9. Vintage Apple mugRemember the days when analysts forever predicted Apple\u2019s doom? This vintage Apple mug ($25) will remind your giftee that no matter what other people say, it\u2019s always possible that business will pick up.