Monthly Archive:: January 2012

The Great Compact Camera Debate: S100 vs. NEX-5N

Two relatively different cameras: the Canon S100–an ultra-compact and a the Sony NEX-5N, an EVIL (electronic view finder, interchangeable lens) compact system camera. I've purchased both in an effort to find something to replace my Canon Rebel T1i which I recently sold on eBay in favor of something that I can carry with me

The Blackberry Playbook Ripens with 2.0

The Blackberry Paybook just got a little sweeter now that the long overdue release of OS 2.0 has been confirmed with a preview of features that will delight both old and new purchasers of the 7 inch wonder tablet. RIM representatives discuss the latest CES presentation of the new operating system that will be

The Android Tablet iPad Haters Love: Asus Transformer Prime

The reviews of the Asus Transformer Prime are starting to hit the web and, aside from a small, oddly placed speaker, this is a tablet that rivals the form and build quality of the iPad while being one of the fastest tablets currently available among all tablet manufacturers. Add a detachable keyboard and tremendous

5 Web Shows to Watch In 2012, What’s On Your List? | Clutch Magazine

As TV networks continue to ignore audiences of color, the web has become a bastion for shows by writers, directors, and producers of color. By now we’re all familiar with the success of the webseries The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl and Milk + Honey, but there are so many well-written and well-produced shows on the web.

The IBM 5 in 5: The digital divide will cease to exist « A Smarter Planet Blog

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Best Cities to Live if You Are a Minority Entrepreneur | Black Web 2.0

via The grass isn’t always greener on the other side. If you live in one of these cities rated by Forbes as one of the best places to live for minority entrepreneurs, you might want to think twice about whether you’re properly connected and tighten up your networks. There are 52 cites altogether–is