Millions of people depend on inhalation drug delivery devices to aid in relieving the symptoms of chronic respiratory diseases and acute respiratory attacks. Machines can often be bulky or inefficient in delivering the right doses of necessary drugs to the human system. But change is coming. Companies like SmartInhaler and Propeller are working to provide more data and reminders to patients online and through apps about the efficiency of their inhalation. These data can also be transmitted digitally to doctors or caregivers, presumably in support of monitoring medication compliance. It’s about time your inhaler joined the Internet of Things community, right? What’ll we connect next, an egg tray? That’s so 2016. Here are some other goofy things we’ve felt the need to webify.