Thanks to my iPhone with Big Lens and BlogPress apps, you get the first artistic, view-from-a-washing-machine look at my new Jeffery West boots. I ordered them from the UK and they arrived within four days. I love fast service. Check the stitching details.
via padandquill.com From DODOcase to Portenzo to Pad & Quill–which of these cases is the best? Well, I think I've finally found the best notebook-style case for my iPad 2 after having lived with each of the most popular traditional book-binding notebook-style case manufacturers and I'm ready to crown a king. When I bought my […]
via thenextweb.com And you thought the Macbook couldn’t get any smaller. I won’t be getting one of these but it’s a cute variation on the Macbook Air theme.
via macworld.com Many thanks to the good folks at Macworld for distilling the iPad decision down to a few easy considerations: storage, Wi-Fi or 3G, accessories, color, and whether to wait on the next model. Easy Peasy.
via vimeo.com If you use your iPhone for taking photos, you might want to consider dropping $20 on the Glif; it’s a great tripod attachment in addition to offering some unique viewing angles for your iPhone when it’s used as a stand for watching movies or during FaceTime phone calls. The Glif+ package will run […]
via thenextweb.com You’ve saved a lot of money on a Kindle Fire and finally have a device that keeps you happily enjoying your ebooks while also providing some much needed Android tablet functionality that reduces your iPad envy substantially. So what apps do you download to start really seeing the benefit of your new investment? […]
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via youtube.com The Kindle Fire is being touted by most as a solid product but it has some ground to make up as a first generation product given the iPad’s seniority and market dominance over the last few years. This video from iDownloadBlog.com offers a nice comparison on where device features compete head-to-head and where […]
via youtube.com I managed to completely miss this and didn’t see a bit of media about it last week. Don’t know if I just slept on it or whether it just wasn’t well publicized. At any rate, I’ll mark my calendar for next year so as not to miss Global Entrepreneurship Week 2012. Looks like […]
via techcocktail.com Microsoft wants in on the retail store action. Now you can get your Windows fix live and in person soon at a location near you. Or maybe your town will be spared. Resistance is futile, but keep hope alive.