I struck up conversation with CEO Rod King from GadgetKing recently on Twitter through my blog review on Telstra Exchange of the AR Parrot Drone. We started talking, I check his site out and liked what I saw. So when I asked him if he would like me to review products for him it seemed like a win win situation. Continue reading →
Whether it was my love of Star Wars or building Lego as a kid that did it or not, I’ve always had a sweet spot for robots and have followed them from a consumer tech perspective since I was a wee boy, not even 1o years old with my first Tobor.
I saw this puppetry act busking in Leicester Square Piccadilly while leggin it through London for the first time. He had a huge crowd and was easily one of the most entertaining puppet shows I have ever seen. Continue reading →
Just un-boxed my new Olympus E-PL2 digital camera. I went for the super zoomy telephoto lens with 14 -150mm zoom in a package as it seemed to be the best value, plus I thought if I just took one lens … Continue reading →
I was lucky enough to score a Lego Mindstorms NXT 2.0 from Santa this year and I finally found enough time to sit down and go through the first setup stages and here are my first impressions as a complete novice with Lego NXT and programmable robotics. Continue reading →
I recently caught a tweet about the simplest phone in the world, John’s phone, and I knew I had to have one. I don’t know what appealed to me in hindsight, maybe as a gadget guru it was the anti-hero of all devices, maybe it was the retro chic styling, the refined look of a Motorola mid 90′s pager, whatever I must haz one. Continue reading →
This single thought has bugged me for ages. I have been a strict non-pirate for many many years that started with Napster as I was working in the Australian Music Industry and I saw the effect it was having on an industry that was already struggling. Continue reading →
I have a server, this blog, a Tumblr blog, twenty email addresses, five domain names, heaps of social media properties to manage and at least four online banking account plus endless passwords for work and personal logins.
I need a way to streamline and simplify/manage all if this content and keep being creative at the same time.